William Webb Ellis (1747-1810) Australia

Biographical Information

Active in the 1770s, William Ellis was a zoological artist who was appointed surgeon's mate on 'HMS Discovery' during Captain Cook's third voyage. His works are in the British Museum Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

View of Adventure Bay, Van Diemen's Land, New Holland
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View of Adventure Bay, Van Diemen's Land, New Holland
Watercolour, pen and ink over traces of pencil, 19.5 x 46.5 cm
The Dallhold Collection, Christies, Melbourne.
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View of Matavai Bay, in the Island of Otaheite
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View of Matavai Bay, in the Island of Otaheite
Ink and watercolour over pencil, paper watermarked J. Whatman, 35.3 x 52 cm
The Dallhold Collection, Christies, Melbourne.
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Ot Aheite
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Ot Aheite
Pencil, brush, ink and grey wash, unframed, 30.2 x 46 cm
Topographical Pictures, Christies, London.
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The Valley of the Mawddach
Watercolour, 37 x 54 cm
Australian Paintings, Leonard Joel, Melbourne.
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