- Richmond, James Crowe, 1822-1898; Vogtherr, Ernest George Frederick, 1898-1973; New Zealand. Parliamentary Library
Shows artist's sister Jane Maria Richmond (later Atkinson), aged 17, seated at a writing desk. She became the wife of barrister & solicitor Arthur Samuel Atkinson, was an active feminist & social reformer and was the first Pakeha woman to climb Mt Taranaki on 7 March 1855. Drawn before the Richmond family sailed for New Zealand. Subject identified by Frances Porter, author of biography of Jane Maria Richmond Atkinson
See: Porter, Frances. Born to New Zealand for further information
Inscriptions: Recto - bottom left - J.C.R. 1841
Quantity: 1 drawing(s).
Physical Description: Pencil on paper 247 x 213 mm (edges unevenly cut)
Provenance: Donated to the Parliamentary Library in 1971 by Mr E. G. F. Vogtherr
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- 1 drawing(s), Works of art, Pencil works, Portraits, Pencil on paper 247 x 213 mm (edges unevenly cut), Orientation: Vertical image
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