Tanleboueyer, a native of the district of Oyster Bay & the Wife to Manalargerna was attached to the misson in 1830.
Benjamin Duterrau (1767–1851)
Craig (1961), p.56, 2
1835 – 1835, August 24
etching, printed in brown ink, from one copper plate
27.0 x 16.4 cm (plate-mark)
white wove paper subsequently mounted with cream wove paper
31.6 x 24.3 cm (sheet)
undesignated impression as issued
print run unknown
Portrait of Tanleboneyer, Tasmanian Aborigine, wife of Mannalargenna, and a member of George Augustus Robinson's "friendly mission".
National Gallery of Australia
Meeting 4, 1978/79 (1978-10-10)
Purchased by the Australian National Gallery, from the Joshua McClelland Print Room, Melbourne, 1978.
Australia, Art period: Colonial, Tasmania | Aboriginal Australians: Portrait, female
Country of context
Duterrau, Benjamin. | (1767–1851) Australian | English | Male | artist
Duterrau, Benjamin. | (1767–1851) Australian | English | Male | publisher