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Darwin Waterfront and Parliamentary Precinct circa 1954 – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape by Kit McNeill

Port Darwin Circa 1887 is part of the “Disappearing Darwin Series” – celebrating the heritage of the city of Darwin and its environs. The Port was first used for commercial shipping in 1869 when George Goyder surveyed Port Darwin. Permanent (stone) structures were erected throughout the town during the 1880s. Top left is Government House‚ constructed 1871. In the middle at the top of the escarpment was the Police Station and Court House‚ now used as office accommodation for the Administrator. Nestled in the gully below that is Knight’s Folley‚ a ‘Moorish-style mansion build by Government Architect‚ JG Knight in 1884 . Between Government House and the Police Station are the offices of the British-Australian Telegraphy Company‚ which is the site of Parliament House in Darwin.

The styled picture is not the frame that the painting is in though very similar.

This Painting is framed under glass, please note the styled photo is not the same as the frame however similar.

The painting is painted on specially prepared board with Artist quality Windsor and Newton oils.

Part of the Disappearing Darwin Series this painting comes framed and under glass this would interest a Collector interested in the History of the Northern Territory.

This painting would interest a Collector interested in the history of the Northern Territory. The Series is still in tact.
Interest in obtaining whole series please contact Artloversaustralia.
The series includes:
1 Port Darwin 1887 – Northern Territory – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape
2 Palmerston Railway Station c. 1887 Disappearing Darwin Series – Heritage Landscape
3 Darwin Waterfront and Parliamentary Precinct circa 1954 – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape
4 The Sue Wah Chin Building – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape
5 Iron Ore Wharf‚ Port Darwin – Northern Territory/ Heritage Seascape – Disappearing Darwin Series, this painting is currently being retouched.

Limited edition prints of the Series are also available for sale.

Darwin Waterfront and Parliamentary Precinct circa 1954 – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape

Kit McNeill

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Darwin Waterfront and Parliamentary Precinct circa 1954 – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape by Kit McNeill

Port Darwin Circa 1887 is part of the “Disappearing Darwin Series” – celebrating the heritage of the city of Darwin and its environs. The Port was first used for commercial shipping in 1869 when George Goyder surveyed Port Darwin. Permanent (stone) structures were erected throughout the town during the 1880s. Top left is Government House‚ constructed 1871. In the middle at the top of the escarpment was the Police Station and Court House‚ now used as office accommodation for the Administrator. Nestled in the gully below that is Knight’s Folley‚ a ‘Moorish-style mansion build by Government Architect‚ JG Knight in 1884 . Between Government House and the Police Station are the offices of the British-Australian Telegraphy Company‚ which is the site of Parliament House in Darwin.

The styled picture is not the frame that the painting is in though very similar.

This Painting is framed under glass, please note the styled photo is not the same as the frame however similar.

The painting is painted on specially prepared board with Artist quality Windsor and Newton oils.

Part of the Disappearing Darwin Series this painting comes framed and under glass this would interest a Collector interested in the History of the Northern Territory.

This painting would interest a Collector interested in the history of the Northern Territory. The Series is still in tact.
Interest in obtaining whole series please contact Artloversaustralia.
The series includes:
1 Port Darwin 1887 – Northern Territory – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape
2 Palmerston Railway Station c. 1887 Disappearing Darwin Series – Heritage Landscape
3 Darwin Waterfront and Parliamentary Precinct circa 1954 – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape
4 The Sue Wah Chin Building – Disappearing Darwin Series. Heritage Landscape
5 Iron Ore Wharf‚ Port Darwin – Northern Territory/ Heritage Seascape – Disappearing Darwin Series, this painting is currently being retouched.

Limited edition prints of the Series are also available for sale.

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