Photo of a man with breastplate, and two women
Summary:A man with breastplate, and two women staging by bark shelter.
Original title '1. Man with breastplate and spear, two women, one old and one young by bark shelter.'
Lindt took at least sixty photographs in this series of studio portaits of Clarence River Aborigines, although extant albums usually contain fewer than a dozen each. When first published, these studio tableaux were regarded as accurate. Reference: An Eye for Photography: the camera in Australia / Alan Davies. Carlton, Vic : Melbourne University Press, 2004, p.60.
The full catalogue record is online at http://archival.sl.nsw.gov.au/Details/archive/110327842
Original Date Description:1875
Rights:This image may be used freely for research and study purposes. Further use may require permission. Please acknowledge that the image is from the collections of the State Library of New South Wales.
Source:'Aborig. [sic.] Natives of the Clarence River District New South Wales Photographed By J. W. Lindt, Grafton 1875' collection.