1829. Pair of watercolours with ink and gouache, captioned and dated “Oct 21st, 1829” or “Nov’r 14th, 1829” in ink throughout, 32 x 23.3cm, 27.5 x 18.6cm. Minor foxing and stains. Framed. Captions read “Peruvian Flycatcher, inhabits Paraguay; Crimson Bellied Flycatcher, inhabits N.S. Wales; Duree Finch, inhabits Bengal” and “Banksain.....
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1897. Watercolour, signed and dated lower right, 41.2 x 45.7cm. Foxing overall, slight soiling to lower portion. Original frame.
c1898. Watercolour, signed lower left, 46.1 x 31.5cm. Foxing with old repairs overall, old mount burn to edges. Laid down on acid-free backing.
1909. Watercolour with white highlight, signed and dated lower right, 16 x 24.2cm. Minor foxing to left edge. Framed. Most likely intended to be included as an illustration for Frank Fox’s book Australia, published in 1910. Ref: ADB.
c1940s. Watercolour with crayons, signed in ink lower right, 26.3 x 38.5cm. Born in Perth, Nutter Buzacott worked with James Flett and Mervyn Wallis at Patons Advertising Company in Melbourne during the 1930s. Prior to this Buzacott had experimented with linocuts, lithographs and etchings. In 1936 he studied at Colarossi’s.....
1944. Pen and ink, signed and dated in pencil lower right, 22.5 x 17.4cm. Old mount burn, slight foxing, tears to lower left corner.
c1950s. Oil on board, titled and annotated “15 gns” in ink on frame verso, 22.8 x 27.7cm. Framed.
c1960s. Gouache on wood relief carving, signed “S. Tours[?]” lower right, captioned in ink verso, 17.5 x 41.4cm. Minor scuffing, nail holes to edges. Background includes a kangaroo. Owned by Elder Smith Goldsbrough Mort and Company, Canonbar Station won numerous awards for its sheep.
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1892. Watercolour, artist’s name, annotated “B” and dated lower right, titled in typed label affixed to frame verso, 55.8 x 44.7cm. Minor foxing to lower left portion of image. Framed.
1898. Watercolour, signed and dated lower right, 46 x 31.4cm. Foxing with old repairs overall, repaired tear to lower centre of image, old mount burn to edges. Laid down on acid-free backing.