Thomas John Domville Taylor Sketches

Russell and Brooks station on the Condamine River - Source: National Library of Australia

Thomas John Domville Taylor's sketches of early life on the Darling Downs

About the project

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Harry Gentle Resource Centre visiting historian, Timothy Roberts, is researching grazier and sketcher Thomas John Domville Taylor, who was one of the earliest settlers on the Darling Downs to visually record his life and movements in the colony. A collection of this artwork, held at the National Library of Australia, is featured here.