'View in the Forest on Mount Wellington, Tasmania'
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Oil on board, no date. According to the 'Official Guide to the North Gallery', Fifth Edition, 1892; 'The large tree with dark foliage in the centre is a species of Beech-Birch of the colonists (Fagus cunninghamii); and the light-green trees, one on each side, are the Celery-topped Pine (Phyllocladus rhomboidalis, Rich.) and Sassafras (Doryphora sassafras, Endl.). In front are some Tree-Ferns (Dicksonia antarctica, Labill.), and Richea dracophylla, R.Br.'.
Copyright © RBG KEW
Media ID 654403
Date: 3rd December 2007
Author: North, Marianne (1830-1890)
Image Size: 3814 x 5577 Pixels
Filesize is 18.56MB
Version 2 is 9.32MB
Associated Categories: Landscapes
Associated Categories: Ferns & mosses
Associated Categories: Marianne North
Keywords: 19th century, dicksoniaceae, exploration, explorer, fagaceae, forest, marianne north, oil, paintings, phyllocladaceae, tasmania, tree, view in the forest on mount wellington, women artists