Mt Wellington from Hobart
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Haughton Forrest was an Australian artist who specialized in landscapes and maritime scenes. In 1899, his views of Mount Wellington and Hobart, some based on photographs by John Watt Beattie, were chosen for Australia's first set of pictorial stamps. In the course of an almost seventy-year career, he produced over 3,000 paintings in various formats and media. His estate was very modest and it is only in recent years that interest in his paintings has revived. (from Wikipedia)