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Includes bibliography (pages 280 - 284.) and index.
Printmaking in New South Wales before 1822: A wide perspective; Lewin: In the service of science; Forgeries and promissory notes; The first views: Absalom West's publications; Forgeries and banknotes; The Wallis publication (pages 1-60) -- Artisans and artists: The dominance of copperplate engraving; Images printed with text; The chapbook style in Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) and New South Wales; Lithographs: the first Twenty-five years (1825-50) (pages 61-144) -- Printed images for all: Lithography - Gold rush consolidation; Printing in colour; Viewbooks; Lithography and science; Gift books by women artists; Chromo-lithographs; Sporting prints; The illustrated press; The rise and demise of wood-engraving; Pictorial supplements and the plight of the wood-engravers; The fine art of wood-engraving; Picturesque Atlas of Australasia; Printmaking and the application of photography. (pages 145-271)
Exhibition held 30 March to 3 June 2007 at the Natiional Gallery of Australia titled The Story of Australian Printmaking 1801- 2005. The exhibition featured works from 1801 to the present and will include illustrated books, posters, artists' prints and billboard sized political posters.
Geographic coverage: Australia.
National Gallery of Australia 2007.