Thomas Bock: Convict Engraver, Society Portraitist
Queen Victoria Museum & Art Galley, Jan 1, 1991 - Aboriginal Tasmanians - 107 pages
Introduction -- Chronology -- Thomas Bock, engraver -- Thomas Bock, draughtsman -- Thomas Bock's portraits of the Tasmanian aborigines -- Thomas Bock: society portraitist, the oil paintings -- Thomas Bock as photographer -- Technical and conservation considerations: works on paper -- Technical and conservation considerations: oil paintings -- A word about frames -- Catalogue -- Tables.
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Thomas Bock Draughtsman
Thomas Bocks Portraits of the Tasmanian Aborigines
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