b'130917ARTIST UNKNOWN (Australian, 19th century),I.)Balmain From The North Shore, (pencil inscription verso),II.)Mt. Wellington, Tasmania,oil on Windsor & Newton artist board,note the artist has used one piece of board and cut it in half to make two paintings.original artist-made frames in fiddleback mountain ash,23 x 30cm each, 31.5 x 38.5cm each overall (2)$6001,000918EUSTACE REVELEY MITFORD (England, South Australia 1811-1869),With Genl Sir F. Roberts in Afghanistan. Cavalry outpost attacked,pen and ink, signed Pasquin lower right,29 x 22.5cm; framed 43 x 36cm overall.Mitford and his small family had emigrated to South Australia, arriving aboard Katherine Stewart Forbes (Capt. Alfred Fell) in March 1839.$200250 919A folio of works associated with the Cotton/Le Souef/Falkiner families:Albert Alexander Cochrane Le Souef (1828-1902), pioneer and director of the Zoological Gardens, Melbourne, arrived at Melbourne in 1840 in the Eagle. In 1841 he travelled with his tutor by bullock-dray to the protectorate station on the Goulburn where he spent three years, gained a lasting knowledge of the Aboriginals and learned bushcraft from them. In 1853 Le Souef had married Caroline, the fourth 917 daughter of John Cotton, and they had four daughters and five sons, three of whom were associated with Australian zoological gardens. The present material appears to be produced by Caroline, May, Una, and other members of this family, circa 1850s to 1940s. Noted a pencil sketch titled Last drawing in Alma St., St. Kilda followed by First drawing at Hamilton; a cottage drawing signed by Kate Le Souef; a watercolour of a church signed by Kate Le Souef (verso); two drawings signed by P. Stribling; two watercolours by Una Falkiner; a watercolour titled Willie & Una at Doogalook - at the river; etc; many unfinished. (approx. 75 artworks).$1,0002,000920ARTIST UNKNOWN (19th century),portrait of a gent,oil on canvas,75 x 57cm$300500 922'