Vol 42 no 2, Feb 2020
David Bedford, 'Virtual Show and Tell'
John Wade, 'Hunting for Mr. Beauchamp'
Robert Stevens, 'Collecting: The Convict Artists'
Megan Martin, 'The 2019 Peter Walker Fine Art Writing Award: Judge’s Report'
Peter Lane, 'Daniel Coopers 1856 Foundation Stone Box'
Scott Carlin, 'At home at Clarevilee: a Tasmanian Branch event'
Elizabeth Stevens, 'History is not wasted on the young"
David Bedford, 'Robert
Dowling, the elusive cabinetmaker of O’Brien’s Bridge, Van Diemen’s Land'
Cover: Thomas Griffiths Wainewright (1794–1847), George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron (1788–1824) September 1813, oil on canvas, 89 x 69 cm. Collection: Newstead Abbey NA 496, gift from Baroness D’Erlanger, 1936. Wainewright was trained by Thomas Phillips (1770–1845), who painted a similar portrait of Byron in the same month (later making several copies of it) and another of him wearing a flamboyant Albanian costume that Byron had acquired in Albania in 1809, now in the British Embassy in Athens. Wainewright shows a hint of embroidered Albanian tunic beneath Byron’s black cloak. Wainewright, suspected of murdering three relatives, was convicted of forgery and transported to Van Diemen’s Land in 1837.