J(ohn) Carmichael (c1811-57) Australia

Biographical Information

A deaf and dumb engraver, John Carmichael was born about 1811 and arrived in Sydney in 1825. He made caricatures of Aborigines and also made the plates for the 'Select Views of Sydney' 1829 and for the 1833 New South Wales Calendar. Carmichael died in 1857. His work is represented in the National Art Gallery and National Library of Australia in Canberra Edit or add to this biography

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Melbourne from the South Side, Yarra Yarra
Engraving, 17.5 x 36 cm
Leonard Joel, Melbourne.
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