Edmund Edgar (1804-54) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in the United Kingdom, Edmund Edgar was a miniature painter and engraver, who was transported to Australia for life in 1826 after being convicted of theft. He was assigned to Augustus Earle, and given his ticket of leave in 1828. He taught drawing in Sydney, and was pardoned in 1844. Edgar's work is represented in the Mitchell Library. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

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Portrait of a Gentleman
Watercolour, 7.1 x 5.6 cm (oval)
Australian and European Paintings, Lawsons, Sydney.
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Sunset on the Beach
Watercolour, 10 x 19 cm
Monthly Antiques and Art, Lawsons, Sydney.
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