Since retiring, he continues his art practice in Hobart.His own work consists mainly of drawing, although he also works periodically as a sculptor and installation artist.
Probably Mary Cregoe Colmore, the wife of Colmore Frind Cregoe Colmore of Moor End, Cheltenham. Her father was an Austrian silversmith and jeweller in Oxford Street. The card says she was buried in Willesden Cemetery. In 1841 he was living with his parents and siblings in Hackney; his siblings included Colonel Theodore Austin of the Madras Staff Corps. 9a Price £80 Joseph and Elizabeth Winterhoff, a real photo postcard of Joseph Winterhoff and his wife Elizabeth, posted on 23 December 1903 to Mr. Martin Holloway, 20 Medora Road, Elm Park, Brixton Hill, London. 10a Sir Henry Jourdain and Lady Jourdain, two carte de visite photographs by Treble of Hastings. He married Baroness Sara Maria Van Capellen, the lady in waiting of Queen Sophie of the Netherlands; Sara was the daughter of Dutch Admiral Theodorus Frederic Van Capellan. 14a Price £45 William Stevens Paine Smith, Thomas Stevens Smith, Priscilla Jane England, Walter Thomas Smith, Florence Louisa Smith and Lena Florence Hovington, 6 carte de visite photographs from the Smith, England and Hovington familys. Smith (1870), Selina Alice Smith (1873-1953; married Joseph Rogers), Sarah Jane Smith (1877), Millicent Maud Smith (1878), William Walter Smith (1880), William Walter Smith (1880), Nancy Fisher Smith (1885-1957; married Frederick Valentine Jenns), Kate Eleanor Mary Smith (1887), Martha Louisa Smith (1889; married Archibald Gransby Hawkins), Fred James Smith (born 1890) and Young Tom Smith (1892 - 1964; a butcher). Thomas Stevens Smith (1847-1926) married Priscilla Jane England in 1870. Their inherent connection to the land runs deeply, bypassing the changes over the last two centuries, and it is through the use of arts and traditional craft that enables them to keep their culture flourishing.The drawing is of a traditional woven basket used for gathering and is a beautiful acknowledgment.The market is located at the end of the Grand Trunkway in the suburb still known as Port Adelaide.The market gets its name of Torrens Island Market due to the close proximity with the island.