Angas, George French, 1822-1886

Artist, naturalist, writer. Visited New Zealand for four months in 1844, mostly the North Island. The son of George Fife Angas, founder of Adelaide. See DNZB (vol 1, 1769-1869)

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Date: 1844 From: [Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Sketchbook 1844] By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886; Merrett, Joseph Jenner, 1815-1854 Ref: A-020-017-3 Description: A large boiling spring at Rotorua, the bottom left of four drawings on one sheet. Angas did not visit Rotorua. This is likely to be a copy from a lost origi...
Date: 1940 - 1949 By: Dominion Museum (N.Z.) Ref: Eph-D-MAORI-1940s-02 Description: Information sheet has two sections. The top section relates to Maori canoes - tree-felling, hollowing out. Shows a mokihi or raft, a river canoe, war canoe a...
Date: 1969 - 1971 By: Shell Oil New Zealand; New Zealand Forest Service; H W Moss Ltd; Baptist, Miranda, active 2006 Ref: Eph-C-CALENDAR-1970 Description: Includes calendars: New Zealand Forest Service calendar October 1970 - September 1971. (Art work by Kevin Taylor (Southland College), Jeffery Couchman (Nort...
Date: 1940 - 1949 From: [Posters and other ephemera relating to Maori issues. 1890-1969] By: Dominion Museum (N.Z.) Ref: Eph-C-MAORI-1940s-02 Description: Information sheet printed on both sides. One side relates to Maori canoes - tree-felling, hollowing out. Shows a mokihi or raft, a river canoe, war canoe and...
Date: 1989 - 1990 From: [Posters of A3 size promoting artists, art awards, art sales and art exhibitions. 1989] Ref: Eph-C-ARTS-1989-02 Description: Shows a reproduction of George French Angas' watercolour "The young cricketer" [1840s], from the Rex Nan Kivell Collection of the National Library of Austra...
[Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :Tamihana Te Rauparaha [1852]
Date: 1852 By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886; Donne, Thomas Edward, 1860-1945 Ref: C-114-002 Description: Head and shoulders portrait of Tamihana Te Rauparaha, painted in London. He is wearing a cravat and European suit in pale grey. Unsigned but titled in Angas'...
Angas, George French 1822-1886 :Te Werowero, or Potatau the principal chief of all Waikato. Te Waru, principal chief of the Nga Ti Apakura tribe. Te Pakaru, principal chief of the Nga Ti Maniapoto tribe. George French Angas delt & lith. Plate 44. 1847.
Date: 1844 From: Angas, George French 1822-1886 :The New Zealanders Illustrated. London, Thomas McLean, 1847. By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: PUBL-0014-44 Description: Portraits of three seated Maori chiefs, in two groups. On the left is Te Wherowhero, seated beside a log, wrapped in a blanket, a whare with flax kits on it...
Angas, George French 1822-1886 :A group at the Te Aro Pah, Port Nicholson. Ware. Aitu. Ko Repu. George French Angas [delt & lith]. Plate 40. 1847.
Date: 1844 - 1847 From: Angas, George French 1822-1886 :The New Zealanders Illustrated. London, Thomas McLean, 1847. By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: PUBL-0014-40 Description: Group portrait of four men and a woman. Angas' associated text states 'the sitting figure is Terawarewa, a young man of the Nga-ti-Awa tribe, wearing a large...
Angas, George French 1822-1886: Implements and domestic economy. / George French Angas delt & lith. Plate 55, 1847.
Date: 1844 - 1847 From: Angas, George French 1822-1886 :The New Zealanders Illustrated. London, Thomas McLean, 1847. By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: PUBL-0014-55 Description: A group of sketches with accompanying text, paraphrased as follows: 1. [Top centre] Mode of fishing with nets on Lake Taupo. 2. [Upper centre]. A fishing wei...
Date: 1838 From: [Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Sketchbook 1844] By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: A-020-040 Description: A broadside view of a sailing ship with several flags flying, including the Blue Ensign. A coastline can be seen in the background Other Titles - Pelican I...
Date: 1844 From: [Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Sketchbook 1844] By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: A-020-019 Description: Shows a Maori family huddled together sitting on the ground outside their whare or house. The family comprises a man with moko and a flax cloak, his wife on ...
Date: 1844 From: [Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Sketchbook 1844] By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: A-020-032 Description: An upper drawing showing a low wharenui, seen from the front. A lower drawing showing a passageway or entrance through palisades, with buildings and hills be...
Date: 1844 By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: A-020 Description: Original sketches for lithographs In: Angas, G.F. The New Zealanders Illustrated. London, 1847. Quantity: 1 sketchbook(s) 1/2 brown calf, brown buckram boar...
[Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :Pitau - or war canoe [1844]
Date: 1844 From: [Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Sketchbook 1844] By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: A-020-012 Description: The various features are named: Prow on top canoe = "te waka"; pole is "te toko"; middle canoe = "tete" [lit. javelin or spear]; paddle = '"te hoe"; lower ca...
Date: 1844 From: [Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Sketchbook 1844] By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: A-020-011 Description: Shows a crouching woman with a moko and red earrings. The reference to Mana is presumably to Mana Island, visited by the artist around this date. One of Rang...
Date: 1844 From: [Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Sketchbook 1844] By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886; Tawhito, active 1840s Ref: A-020-009 Description: Shows a man's face in profile with a full moko, probably a self-portrait by 'Tawhito', who has not been further identified Other Titles - Facsimile Quantit...
Date: 1844 From: [Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Sketchbook 1844] By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: A-020-006 Description: The left half of the page shows Maori men fishing with nets from a large canoe in Lake Taupo and the right side shows a huge patuna or eel wier on the Mokau...
[Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :Wahi tapu or sacred place, or property of a deceased chief called Pehe, at Tepahe on the river Wihanakeke [11 October 1844]
Date: 1844 From: [Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Sketchbook 1844] By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: A-020-024 Description: A double palisade surrounding a hut-like structure covered with tattered cloth with a pole from which a gourd is suspended. Behind the structure is a small ...
[Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :An aged slave woman - Pouketuti [in the interior beyond Mokau]; ornamental paddle[s] belonging to Te Heuheu, the principal chief of Taupo Lake; A child at Te Rapa, Taupo Lake; [and] meri meri of Taupo [1844]
Date: 1844 From: [Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Sketchbook 1844] By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: A-020-034-1 Description: An elderly woman, wrapped in a flax cloak, squatting in front of the palisades of a pa at Pouketuti (Puketutu), top left. Two canoe paddles with elaborate c...
[Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :Fan from Aitukaka, Hervey Group. Ancient axe (Mogo) found imbedded in cliff; Mogo or native axe New South Wales; Ancient pearl fish hook Sydney. [Gourd from New] Caledonia I. [Between 1844 and 1860]
Date: 1844 - 1860 From: [Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Sketchbook 1844] By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: A-020-045 Description: A Cook Islands woven fan from Aitutaki, two decorated paddles and a gourd from New Caledonia, two Aboriginal adzes or axes and a fish-hook and two Pacific wh...