Author:Louisa Anne Meredith

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Louisa Anne Meredith
(1812–1895)
English, then (from 1839) Australian writer and artist; born Louise Anne Twamley
Louisa Anne Meredith


Works[edit]

  • The Romance of Nature; or, The Flower-Seasons Illustrated (1936)
    Beautiful and costly volume in verse and prose, with hand-coloured plates from her own drawings—the 3rd edition published in 1839 (Tilt)
  • Our Wild Flowers
    The story of the year in a narrative form, with many poems introduced, the plates hand-coloured from the author's drawings
  • A Tour in South Wales
  • An Autumn on the Wye (Tilt)
    Illustrated with engravings after David Cox, Cattermole, etc
  • Notes and Sketches of New South Wales published in Murray's Home and Colonial Library" series
  • My Home in Tasmania (Murray)
With landscape illustrations by the Bishop of Tasmania (Dr. Nixon)
  • Over the Straits (Chapman & Hall)
    Narrative of a visit to Melbourne and the goldfields in 1856
  • Lost
    Short life of a pet bird, told in poem and picture
  • Some of my Bush Friends in Tasmania (1860, Day & Sons)
    Large and elaborate work on the flora of the colony, with numerous coloured plates from the author's drawings, and original poems and prose
  • Ebba
  • Grandmamma's Verse-Book for Young Australia
    Poems for children on local subjects
  • Tasmanian Friends and Foes, Furred, Feathered and Finned (1880: Marcus Ward)
    Book for young people, with coloured plates from the author's drawings

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 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.