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Darwin Waterfront and Parliamentary Precinct is part of the “Disappearing Darwin Series” – celebrating the heritage of the city of Darwin and its environs this painting depicts the landscape and harbour in 1952 after the clearing of the old Post Office and Telegraph site following World War 11 and includes Fort Hill before it was removed to install the iron ore loading facility. The painting also includes Fort Hill Wharf and Government House. The building in the left foreground is the partially restored building which in 1956 became the Chamber and Offices of the Legislative Council. The building was partly completed as an extension to the Post Office building and was severely damaged by the Japanese bombing raid in February 1942. The painting also shows part of Liberty Square adjacent to Government House.

This painting is painted on specially prepared board. A limited palette is used and painted with Artist quality Windsor and Newton Oils.

It is framed and under glass, it has been under glass since it was painted.The frame is a little different than the one shown in the styled photos.
Framed Dimensions140cmx80cm.

1 Darwin Waterfront and Parliamentary Precinct circa 1954 – 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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Additional Information

Darwin Waterfront and Parliamentary Precinct is part of the “Disappearing Darwin Series” – celebrating the heritage of the city of Darwin and its environs this painting depicts the landscape and harbour in 1952 after the clearing of the old Post Office and Telegraph site following World War 11 and includes Fort Hill before it was removed to install the iron ore loading facility. The painting also includes Fort Hill Wharf and Government House. The building in the left foreground is the partially restored building which in 1956 became the Chamber and Offices of the Legislative Council. The building was partly completed as an extension to the Post Office building and was severely damaged by the Japanese bombing raid in February 1942. The painting also shows part of Liberty Square adjacent to Government House.

This painting is painted on specially prepared board. A limited palette is used and painted with Artist quality Windsor and Newton Oils.

It is framed and under glass, it has been under glass since it was painted.The frame is a little different than the one shown in the styled photos.
Framed Dimensions140cmx80cm.

1 Darwin Waterfront and Parliamentary Precinct circa 1954 – 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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