Author:William Westall

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William Westall
(1781–1850)
English landscape artist
William Westall

Works by Westall[edit]

Works illustrated by Westall[edit]

Westall's illustrations have appeared in the following works:

Posthumous:

  • Clark, John Willis and Hughes, Thomas McKenny (1890), The Life and Letters of Adam Sedgwick 1
    • Contains six illustrations by Westall
  • Westall, William; Perry, T. M. and Simpson, Donald. H. (eds.) (1960), Drawings by William Westall, landscape artist on board H.M.S. Investigator during the circumnavigation of Australia by Captain Matthew Flinders, R.N., in 1801-1803.
  • Wordsworth, Dorothy (1987), Dorothy Wordsworth's Illustrated Lakeland Journals
    • Contains two engravings based on drawings by Westall.

Works about Westall[edit]

In the public domain
Still under copyright
  • Smith, Bernard (1960), "William Westall" in European Vision and the South Pacific
  • Perry, T. M. and Simpson, Donald H. (editors) (1962). Drawings by William Westall, landscape artist on board H.M.S. Investigator during the circumnavigation of Australia by Captain Matthew Flinders, R.N., in 1801-1803. London: Royal Commonwealth Society. 
  • Reinits, Rex and Reinits, Thea (1963), Chapter 4: "William Westall", in Early artists of Australia.
  • Findlay, Elizabeth (1998), Arcadian quest: William Westall's Australian sketches.
  • Westall, Richard J. (1992), "William Westall in Australia", in Art and Australia 20(2):252-256.
  • Monteath, Peter (2002). "Contradictory Encounters: William Westall in Australia", in Chittleborough, Anne, Dooley, Gillian, Glover, Brenda, and Hosking, Rick (editors): Alas, for the Pelicans! Flinders, Baudin & Beyond. Wakefield Press, 47–56. ISBN 1862546037. 
  • Thomas, S. (2002). "'Beautiful to the Eye or Interesting to Science': The Conundrum of Natural History Art", The Encounter 1802: Art of the Flinders and Baudin Voyages. Adelaide: Art Gallery of South Australia. 
  • Stehn, Kay and George, Alex (2005). "William Westall", Matthew Flinders and his Scientific Gentlemen. Western Australian Museum. ISBN 1920843205. 


Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.