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George French Angas

 (1822 - 1886)
George French Angas was active/lived in Australia, England.  George Angas is known for natural history, botanics and anatomical drawing, lithography.

Biography   George French Angas


George French Angas (25 April 1822 – 4 October 1886) was an English explorer, naturalist, painter and poet who emigrated to Australia. His paintings are held in a number of important Australian public art collections.

He was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, the eldest son of George Fife Angas, prominent in the establishment of the new colony of South Australia. Despite showing remarkable talent in drawing, he was placed in a London business house by his father. He left on a tour of Europe and in 1842 published his first book, Rambles in Malta and Sicily. As a result of this experience, he turned his back on the world of commerce, and directed his training towards a study of natural history, anatomical drawing and li   ...  Displaying 750 of 4932 characters.

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The Starting of a Survey and Land-Exploring Expedition from the City across the Continent towards the Northern Territory
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