Wreck of the Hereward
A Henry Fullwood
15 Mar 1863 - 01 Oct 1930
The ship 'Hereward' was wrecked at Maroubra Beach on the coast south of Sydney in 1898 and after several futile attempts to re-float was dismantled.
The Wreck of the 'Hereward', Maroubra Bay
Wreck of the Hereward, Maroubra, Bay, 1898
358.1 x 18.3 cm
Signature & date
Signed and dated l.r. "A.H. Fullwood 1898".
Not on display
Shown in 1 exhibition
Nineteenth Annual Exhibition of the Art Society of New South Wales (1898), Society Rooms, Union Chambers, Sydney, 1898 -
Referenced in 7 publications
Unknown, Unknown and Unknown, An Edwardian summer: Sydney & beyond through the lens of Arthur Wigram Allen, Sydney, 2010, 34 (illus.). Photograph of of the wreck of the Hereward, 7 May 1898.
Catalogue of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales 1921, Sydney, 1921, 144. cat.no. 36; titled 'The Wreck of the 'Hereward'
Catalogue of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales 1917, Sydney, 1917, 119. cat.no. 19; titled 'The Wreck of the 'Hereward'
National Art Gallery of NSW: illustrated catalogue, Sydney, 1906, 131. cat.no. 24; titled 'The Wreck of the 'Hereward'
Unknown, Catalogue of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales 1899, Sydney, 1899, 69. cat.no. 521; titled 'The Wreck of the 'Hereward', Maroubra Bay'
Unknown (Editor), The Sydney Morning Herald, 'Art Society's exhibition', pg. 6, Sydney, 08 Sep 1898, 6.
Author Unknown, Art Society of New South Wales Nineteenth Annual Exhibition Catalogue, Sydney, 1898, 32. cat.no. 279; titled 'The Wreck of the 'Hereward', Maroubra Bay'; priced £5.5.0