Launceston and the River Tamar by John Glover, 1767-1849

Australia, 1979

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Episode number 6 of Series “The Australian eye II”.
Examines John Glover’s (1767-1849) sympathetic rendition of the countryside of Tasmania. ‘Launceston and the River Tamar’ (1832) was the earliest landscape breaking from the European manner.

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