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Ernest Warner was a prolific and pioneering Australian etcher, who was known for his depictions of Australian country and city life in the early 20th century.  He ran his own commercial studio in London before travelling to Australia with his inlaws in 1911. His works appear in most National Galleries and significant private collections.

"George Street, Sydney" (1922)

etching, ed. 29/50

32 x 35cm

signed lower right


"Sydney University" (c.1923)

etching, ed. of 100

25.5 x 40cm




"A Western Home" (1925)

etching, ed. 90/90

14 x 18cm

signed lower right



"Murray River"  (c.1930)


10 x 15cm

signed 'G. Marler' (pseudonym) lower right




"Outback" (c.1920)

etching, ed. 73/75

18.5 x 23cm

signed lower right



"Pengilley's Wool Wagon" (1922)

etching, ed. 6/50

22.5 x 30.5cm

signed lower right



"Drovers Cook Making Camp" (1922)

etching, ed. 6/50

27.5 x 30cm

signed lower right



"The Pool (c.1900)

original linocut

18 x 22cm

signed lower right





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