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    Tony Brown
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Skinner Prout in Australia, 1840–48, Hobart: Tasmanian Museum Art Gallery. John Skinner Prout, An illustrated handbook of the voyage to Australia and a visit to the gold fields (London?: . The Dictionary of Australian Artists.

Skinner Prout in Australia, 1840–48, Hobart: Tasmanian Museum Art Gallery. Painters,Sketchers,Photographers and Engravers to 1870 (Kerr,Joan). Brown, T. "Skinner Prout in Australia, 1840-48". Hodgman, V. W. "Prout, John Skinner (1805–1876)". Australian Dictionary of Biography.

Brown, Tony Skinner Prout in Australia, 1840-48. Book Description Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery, Hobart 1987, 1987. ISBN 13: 9780724614950. Skinner Prout in Australia, 1840-48. ISBN 10: 0724614958 ISBN 13: 9780724614950. 2. x 2. cms, 80pp, b/w & colour illusts, very good paperback & cover This was the first survey of Skinner Prout's Australian paintings, many of which were plein air watercolours and portraits of Aborigines & Maoris. Seller Inventory 162054.

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A steel engraving by Thomas Heawood (active 1850-79) after Skinner Prout, is included in Edwin Carton Booth's 'Australia illustrated' (1873-76) opposite pg.

19 Dec 1805 - 29 Sep 1876. All Details About Exhibition history Bibliography Other works. A steel engraving by Thomas Heawood (active 1850-79) after Skinner Prout, is included in Edwin Carton Booth's 'Australia illustrated' (1873-76) opposite pg. 100. excerpt from Hendrik Kolenberg, Anne Ryan and Patricia James, '19th century Australian watercolours, drawings & pastels in the Gallery's collection', Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2005.

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1805 Plymouth, Devon, England. worked in Australia 1840–48. Longford and part of Norfolk Plains . John Skinner PROUT New Town, Mount Direction, Van Diemen’s Land John Skinner PROUT Hobart town &c. from Mount Nelson John Skinner PROUT Residence of the Aborigines, Flinders Island John Skinner PROUT Launceston . from the Westbury Road John Skinner PROUT The Cataract, Launceston John Skinner PROUT Port Arthur . Student Learning Programs.

Description: JOHN SKINNER PROUT (1805-1876) Willoughby Falls, New South Wales c1842 oil on canvas 9. x 7. cm Skinner Prout in Australia 1840-1848, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart, 9 December 1986 - 1 February 1987, ca. (illus

Description: JOHN SKINNER PROUT (1805-1876) Willoughby Falls, New South Wales c1842 oil on canvas 9. (illus. 5), touring to Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 13 March - 18 April 1987; National Library

John Skinner Prout and his large family left England for Australia in 1840. After settling in New South Wales, Prout and his family moved to Tasmania in January 1844 and settled here until their return to England in June 1848.

John Skinner Prout and his large family left England for Australia in 1840. During this time he made many sketching trips around Tasmania and produced two sets of lithographed views of the countryside, Tasmania Illustrated, published in 1844-45 and 1847.

John Skinner Prout was born in Plymouth, England . Prout emigrated to Sydney in 1840, accompanied by his wife and their seven children, Prout hoping to pursue a career in Australia as a professional artist and printer.

John Skinner Prout was born in Plymouth, England, nephew of the famous English watercolourist Samuel Prout. Amongst the possessions that he brought with him to the colony of New South Wales was a lithographic press, which enabled him to set up the '. Prout and Co. Australian Lithographic Establishment

Artist John Skinner Prout achievements in Australia.