1888. Colour lithograph, signed and dated with text including title in image lower centre, 57.1 x 37cm. Minor crinkles and folds with cracking to image, slight tears to lower edge. Framed. Text includes “This picture is the copyright property of the proprietors of the Town and Country Journal.”.
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c1888-1889. Four colour lithographs, two with dates of publication and all with text in margins, each with artist’s signature and title in image, sizes range from 57.5 x 39.6cm to 58.4 x 40.1cm. Repaired tears, minor stains, creases, old folds, one with small tear to image upper right (Australian Birds).....
c1890s. Colour lithograph, signed in image lower right, text including title below image, 47.6 x 32.5cm. Slight stains overall. Framed. Text includes “Acacia pycnantha, Benth. Lambertia Formosa, Sm. Leguminosae. Proteaceae.”.
1911. Letterpress and process screen print folio with original board wrappers, each image captioned in plate, 35.8 x 28.5cm. Slight crinkles and foxing overall, some pages annotated in pencil, soiling and wear to cover. Cover includes “Department of Public Instruction, New South Wales. Photographed from selected specimens. Brief botanical description...
1926. Colour woodcut, titled and signed in pencil on image lower left to right, text including date in letterpress in lower margin, 48.4 x 32.7cm. Text reads “Published by Hall Thorpe, London. Copyright USA, 1926.” Held in NGA. This image is not normally signed and titled by the artist.
c1940. Colour woodcut, editioned 69/100 and signed in pencil on image lower left to right, 20.9 x 16.8cm. Edward Warner with his brother and sister, Martin and Molly, created prints together for several years and signed their work as “The Warners.” Ref: Charles Warner, son of Edward.