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  • 702431 AUSTRALIAN ARCHITECTURE702431 AUSTRALIAN ARCHITECTURE

    Tasmanian colonial architectureTasmanian colonial architecture

  • COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIACopyright Regulations 1969

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    VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (the Act).

    The material in this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any further copying or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protectionmaterial by you may be the subject of copyright protection

    under the Act.

    do not remove this notice

  • ttl tttl tsettlement settlement & early building& early buildingy gy g

  • settlements in Van DiemensLand & PortLand & Port

    Phillip, 1803-30

    after C M H Clark, A ,History of Australia, I,

    From the Earliest Times to the Age of Macquarie

    (M lb 1961) 192(Melbourne 1961), p 192

  • detail from settlements in Van Diemens Land &

    Port Phillip, 1803-30

    after C M H Clark, A History of Australia, I, From the

    Earliest Times to the Age of gMacquarie (Melbourne 1961),

    p 192

  • Port Arthur: view showing penitentiary, 1842; barracks entrance (or soPort Arthur: view showing penitentiary, 1842; barracks entrance (or so--called called magazine), 1835; and overseer's quartersmagazine), 1835; and overseer's quarters

    Miles LewisMiles Lewis

  • barracksbarracksbarracksbarracks

    Champ StreetChamp Street

    penitentiarypenitentiary

    Port Arthur: view showing penitentiary, 1842; barracks entrance (or soPort Arthur: view showing penitentiary, 1842; barracks entrance (or so--called called magazine), 1835; and overseer's quartersmagazine), 1835; and overseer's quarters

    Miles LewisMiles Lewis

  • Port Arthur, modelPort Arthur, model

    Miles LewisMiles Lewis

  • Port Arthur

    Champ Street, old p ,photo by Beattie.

    th P it tithe Penitentiary, 1842

    Beattie's Hobart no 52Beattie's Hobart no 52Miles Lewis

  • Port Arthur, barracksbarracks

    entrance, 1835

    view & detail

    Miles Lewis

  • Port Arthurbarracks entrance

    arcade and detail of a columncolumn

    Miles Lewis

  • Port Arthur church, 1836-7 & overseer's house, old photo

  • Port Arthur church: view, and detail of the towerPort Arthur church: view, and detail of the tower

    Miles Lewis

  • Government House, Hobart: plan left by Government House, Hobart: plan left by SorellSorell in 1824in 1824E G Robertson, Early Buildings of Southern Tasmania (2 vols, Middle Park [Victoria] 1970), I, p 86

  • Government House Hobart plan left by Sorell in 1824Government House, Hobart, plan left by Sorell in 1824 Old Government House, Parramatta, redesigned by John Watts, 1815, with portico by Greenway,

    as drawn by Morton HermanE G Robertson, Early Buildings of Southern Tasmania (2 vols, Middle Park [Victoria] 1970), I, p 86.

  • JOHN LEE ARCHERJOHN LEE ARCHER1791-18521791 1852

  • KilcooleyyChurch,

    Ireland, by J L Archer cL Archer, c

    1827

    http://www.hibernia.info/images/bank/

    main/01225.jpg

  • 'Rockingham', near Boyle, County Roscommon, by John Nash, 1810Rockingham , near Boyle, County Roscommon, by John Nash, 1810 (destroyed 1957)

    John Summerson, The Life and Work of John Nash (London 1980), pl 19A

  • design for G HGovernment House,

    on the Domain above Macquarieabove Macquarie

    Street, Hobart, by J L Archer, c 1827: ,front and garden

    facades

    RockinghamRockingham

    Robertson, Early Buildings of Southern Tasmania, I, p 95

    Summerson, Life and Work of Nash, pl 19A, p

  • Esk Bridge, Musselburgh, by John Rennie, 1806-8.Ross Bridge, by J L Archer, 1830-6: north side

    Wikipedia, Miles Lewis

  • Ross Bridge, by J L Archer, 1830-6: north sideMiles Lewis

  • Ross Bridge, detail of north-west stairwayMiles Lewis

  • R B idRoss Bridge

    centre span northcentre span, north side

    west span, north side

    Miles LewisMiles Lewis

  • Ross Bridge, west span north sidespan, north side

    detail at the centre of the arch, with

    k tkeystone

    detail at the side ofdetail at the side of the arch, with

    Governor Arthur

    Miles Lewis

  • St Luke's Church, Richmond, by Archer, 1835-6: view from the westEdith Speck

  • St Luke's Church, Richmond, by Archer,

    1835-6

    detail of a windowview from the westview from the west

    Miles Lewis; Edith Speck

  • St John's Church and Orphan Schools Newtown 1830 40:St John s Church and Orphan Schools, Newtown, 1830-40:Archer's design of 1830; plan of the church and schools as proposed in 1830

    Robertson, Early Buildings of Southern Tasmania, II, p 199.Roy Smith, John Lee Archer, Tasmanian architect and Engineer (Hobart 1962), p 6

  • St John's, Newtowndetail of Archers overall design of 1830 ; side elevation of the church, 1830g ; ,

    Robertson, Early Buildings of Southern Tasmania, II, plates 199, 175

  • St John'sside elevation of theside elevation of the

    church, 1830front elevation, 1833

    Robertson, Early Buildings of Southern Tasmania, II, p 175,

    pls 175, 176

  • St Johns, front elevation, 1833.Church Port Arthur 1836 7 old photo before 1875Church, Port Arthur, 1836-7,old photo before 1875

    Robertson, Early Buildings of Southern Tasmania, II, p 175, pl 176R A Lewis, 'Port Arthur, Tasmania', p 82

  • St John's, entrance ,front

    Miles Lewis

  • St John's, detail of the towerMiles Lewis

  • tower details, St John's,Newtown, and Kilcooley church, IrelandMiles Lewis; http://www.hibernia.info/images/bank/main/01225.jpg

  • Ki ' O h S h l th iKing's Orphan Schools, north wingMiles Lewis

  • Ordnance Stores, Salamanca Place, Hobart, as designed by Archer in 1834

    Robertson, Early Buildings of Southern Tasmania, I, p 170

  • Ordnance Stores, Hobart, by J L Archer from 1834; east block extendedMiles Lewis

  • Ordnance Stores, west block as built, 1834-8Miles Lewis

  • Customs House (now Parliament House), Hobart, by Archer, 1835-.( ) yArcher's elevation,, and redrawn plan

    Smith, John Lee Archer, p 26

  • Customs House, HobartMiles Lewis

  • Customs House, detail of centre panel.

    Propylum, Chester py ,Castle, by Thomas Harrison, 1810-22

    Roy Smith, 'Parliament House, Hobart' in Historic Public Buildings of Australiag

    (North Melbourne 1971), p 73.J M Crook, The Greek Revival (London

    1972), pl 175

  • C t /P li t HCustoms/Parliament House, Hobart, detail of the end

    Miles Lewis

  • Tremont HouseTremont House, Boston, by Isaiah Rogers, 1828-9:Rogers, 1828 9:

    View & plan

    J M Fitch, American Building: 1: The Forces that Shaped It (2ndThe Forces that Shaped It (2nd ed, Boston 1966 [1947]), p 79

  • Customs/Parliament House, Hobart: entrance hall with Doric columnsSmith, 'Parliament House, Hobart', p 76

  • Police Offices, Murray Street, Hobart, by Archer, 1833-5Miles Lewis

  • Police Offices and Government buildings, Murray Street, Hobart g yview; plan of the government

    buildings group

    Miles Lewis; G T Stilwell, 'Administrative Complex, Hobart', in Historic Public Buildings of Australia

    (North Melbourne 1971), p 36

  • G t Offi M St t H b t d i d b J L A hGovernment Offices, Murray Street, Hobart, designed by J L Archer, 1837; begun 1840; porch by James Blackburn 1842

    Miles Lewis

  • b f Litomb of Lieutenant-Governor David

    Collins St David'sCollins, St David s Park, Hobart, by J L Archer,1837-1838,

    Mil L iMiles Lewis

  • Richmond Gaol, 1820s, additions

    by J L Archer designed 1832,

    l t d 1834completed 1834: plan

    J S Kerr Design for Convicts:J S Kerr, Design for Convicts:an Account of Design for

    Convict Establishments in the Australian Colonies during the

    Transportation Era (SydneyTransportation Era (Sydney 1984), p 87

  • Richmond Gaol, view in the courtyardyMiles Lewis

  • Richmond Gaol, gaoler's house from the frontMiles Lewis

  • Richmond Gaol, gaoler's housegaoler s house

    doorway

    Miles Lewis

  • PanshangerPanshangerPanshangerPanshangerLake RiverLake RiverLake RiverLake River

    18311831 4418311831--44

  • Panshanger on the Lake River between Cressy and LongfordPanshanger, on the Lake River between Cressy and Longford, 1831-4: engraving of Captain Lyttleton's view, 1835

    E N Craig, 'Panshanger', in Historic Homesteads of Australia (North Melbourne 1969), p 87

  • Panshanger, main frontMiles Lewis

  • Panshanger, porch detailTomb of David Collins, St David's Park, Hobart, by J L Archer 1837-8

    Miles Lewis

  • Panshanger, gate in courtyard

    doorway of the gaolers y ghouse, Richmond

    Miles Lewis

  • St George's Church, Battery Point, Hobart,St George s Church, Battery Point, Hobart, by J L Archer, 1836-8: north-west wall of nave

    Miles Lewis

  • St George's, Battery PointSt George's, Battery Point

  • St George'sSt George's,Battery point

    general view

    north-west wall of nave

    Miles Lewis

  • St George's Battery PointSt George s, Battery PointAll Saints Church & Mausoleum, Markham Clinton, by Sir Robert Smirke, 1831-2

    Miles Lewis; Crook, Greek Revival, pl 36

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