Canarie Island Pine, Australia-Segment 1


Order a limited edition, custom print of this ancient tree signed by Robert Ouellette. The 13×19 inch photograph is on high-quality, luster paper and printed using archival inks. It is an artwork meant to last a lifetime.


The Canarie Island Pine growing in Sydney’s Royal Botanical Gardens is thriving. Planted by Sir William MacArthur between 1820 and 1861, a photograph of this Pinus canariensis appeared in the Agricultural Gazette of NSW in 1908. It was a mature 16 metres tall then. Today it is one of the tallest trees in the gardens. The view from its location overlooking Sydney’s harbour is breathtaking.