Augustus Earle (1793-1839) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in 1793, Augustus Earle was the son of James Earle and nephew of Ralph Earle - two well known American painters. He arrived in Australia in 1825, where he painted portraits and eight panoramic views of Sydney which were later published in the 'Australian Scrap Book' (1830). Earle left Australia around 1830 and died in London in 1838. His work is represented in the Australian National Library Canberra Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Sketch of Mr Prout N. S. Wales, c.1828
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Sketch of Mr Prout N. S. Wales, c.1828
Watercolour on paper, 17 x 14.5 cm
Important Australian + International Fine Art, Deutscher and Hackett, Melbourne.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Works on Paper76A$176,900 N/A
Prints & Graphics1912A$14,880 N/A

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