An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales
The lyrebird is one of Australia’s most elusive natural wonders. Silently slinking through the brush, yet able to sing back any sound it hears, with astonishing accuracy. The lyrebird is truly as beautiful as she is rare.
This exclusive rare print sourced from Museums Victoria's own collection features an illustrated bookplate from An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales by David Collins (1804).
Printed with Epson UltraChrome® HDX all-pigment aqueous ink for accurate colour with an enhanced gamut, Dmax and image durability.
All prints are printed on Ilford Galerie Textured Cotton Rag paper, a leading paper stock in professional fine art printing. This mould made, 100% cotton rag paper has been crafted specifically to meet the needs of fine art photographers who want the confidence that the media they use will deliver accurate and dynamic results time after time. Textured Cotton Rag is free of optical brighteners and meets the criteria for durability according to ISO 9706.
A2 Print - 420mm x 594mm
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