Charles-Alexander LESUEUR | Nouvelle Hollande: Terre d'Endracht Cabanes des Naturels de la Presque île Peron. [New Holland: Eendracht Land. Aboriginal huts, Peron Peninsula.]

Charles-Alexander LESUEUR
print after France 1778 – France 1846

Jean-Baptise PILLEMENT
engraver France 1728 – 1808

François Denis NEE
engraver 1732 – 1817

Jean-Charles LANGLOIS
printer, intaglio France 1789 – France 1870

Nouvelle Hollande: Terre d'Endracht Cabanes des Naturels de la Presque île Peron. [New Holland: Eendracht Land. Aboriginal huts, Peron Peninsula.] 1807
intaglio
undesignated impression with later hand-colouring , published state
print run unknown
printed image 14.6 (h) x 20.8 (w) cm
The Wordsworth Collection, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, purchased 2010
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
NGA 2010.1046

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The most important French voyage was that ofNicolas Baudin on the Géographe in 1800–1803. He sighted Cape Leeuwin on 27 May 1801, and sailed north along the Western Australian coast. Charles-Alexandre Lesueur and Nicholas Petit were employed to illustrate Baudin’s record of the journey.





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