Exhibition review: Paradise Lost – Thomas Griffiths Wainewright, Scott Carlin
Victoria’s earliest potteries, Gregory Hill
The Ransom sampler , Carol Bacon
Australian cribbage boards – an affordable collectable, David Bedford
Allen Duckworth, woodworker and native timbers crusader, Yvonne Barber & John Wade
‘Angels in the Studio’ in Western Australia part 4: Those who stayed, Dorothy Erickson
Cover: Thomas Griffiths Wainewright (1794–1847), Frederick George Brodribb 1840,
chalk and gouache. Art Gallery of South Australia, gift of Miss L. K. Symon, 1965.
Frederick Brodribb (1819–1840) was acting Assistant Surgeon when he died on 30
March 1840 – in a manner which resonates in COVID-19 times today – of ‘Typhus
Fever, caught in attending to the patients in the Hospital ... he was indeed, a son of
whom any parents might be proud; for he promised, if he had been spared, to be a
credit not only to his family, but to the Colony, and an ornament to his profession.’
True Colonist 3 Apr 1840 p 7.
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