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The Last Dying Remnant of Adamstown

Medium: Watercolour on Paper
Dimensions: 35 x 60 cms
Date: 1901
Condition: Good

Directors Statement: Colloguilly called as Dummy Sharpe, Alfred was a deaf mute. He worked with garden design, doing a number of projects for the Newcastle City Council.

He is regarded as a fine draftsperson and has a superior skill with watercolour and detail.Other works he painted whilst living in Newcastle were inspired from the Port Stephens area, Trig point Stresleki Park, and other coastal scenes. His art of the area is rare, the bulk of his art was as a resident of New Zealand.

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The Last Dying Remnant of Adamstown