This book contains over one hundred photographs by Max Dupain of the best surviving Georgian buildings in New South Wales and Tasmania, the two States old enough to have architecture of the period. These houses, churches and bridges, the work of architects like Francis Greenway, John Verge, James Blackburn and John Lee Archer, are shown here. Morton Herman has written a commentary on Australian Georgian architecture, and notes on the individual buildings illustrated; and Marjorie Barnard and Daniel Thomas have contributed brief social histories of New South Wales and Tasmania.
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A soft back edition with illustrated cover. There is foxing and toning throughout but the text and black and white photographs are clear and legible. There is some rubbing to the edges of the book and some de-lamination. There is some fading to the cover. Signed by Marjorie Bernard on the title page. There is a previous owners name on the inside page.
Publisher: Ure Smith, Sydney.
Publication Date: 1973.
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