b'124760ARTHUR THOMAS WOODWARD (18651943)Yarra River, Melbourne,watercolour,signed lower left A. Woodward, 1919,25 x 38cm$200300761J. CROCKER(WORKING C.1886, AUSTRALIA)I.)coastal river scene,II.)coastal landscape,watercolours,signed lower right J. Crocker,18 x 29cm (2)$120200 762ARTIST UNKNOWN (19TH CENTURY,NEW ZEALAND)fishermen in landscape,oil on canvas,signed lower left (illegible),27x 37cm759 $60100 755 758 763JOHN ALEXANDER THOMASTOM CARTER WILL CLARKE (WORKING SHIRLOW (18691936) (Picnic at the beach) 1920s1930s, AUSTRALIA)North Melbourne Rly Station pen and ink on paper, country road,etching signed and dated 1908 lower right, watercolour,titled and numbered 28 in pencil in19 x 21cm. signed lower left Will Clarke,lower margin, $8012020 x 25cmwith J.S.1904 in shield in plate at lower$60100 right. 75920 x 23cm. 764No other examples of this image areMARY ELLEN ROBERTSknown to the vendors. (18661924) M. CRUISE (WORKING EARLY $150200(The dressmaker) 20TH CENTURY, AUSTRALIAN)oil on canvas, circa 1905 portrait of a lady,756 signed M.E.Roberts lower left, oil on card,ARTIST UNKNOWN 61 x 61cm. signed lower centre M.Criuse, 1912,NB: There is a possibility that this fine29 x 18cmScottish farm scene, work is a painting of Mary Ellen Roberts$100200 watercolour, and not a painting by her. While there 25 x 35cm have been two small works in pastel765$300500offered at auction by Roberts, she wasFREDERICK A. CAMPBELL much better known for her dressmaking(18691930)757 skills. She became a teacher of dressmaking at Sydney Technical CollegeYarra from Botanical Gardens A.B. WILLIAMSON in May 1900 and was later instrumentalBridge(A bend in the river) in the transfer of womens handicraftaquatint, c1914watercolour on paper laid down on card, courses (including tailors cutting,titled in pencil to lower margin and signed signed and dated 1907 lower left, corsetry and lacemaking) to East Sydneywith monogram in image at right,34 x 53cm. Technical College. She was a capable11 x 16cmorganist, a vice-president of the Feminist $150250Club and the Silk Culture Society ofalso, by the same artistNew South Wales. She also found timeThe bush roadto establish a much admired garden ofaquatint, c1914native flora at Turramurra. titled in pencil to lower margin and signed $5001,000 with monogram in image at right,14 x 10cm.$200300 '