Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878

Early Auckland artist and surveyor. Born Dublin, and christened 11 April 1804, son of William Hogan and Margaret Clinch, according to his great-great grandson, Michael Hogan of Melbourne. Michael Hogan also told the Library that there are drawings by him prior to 1848 in the Windsor Castle Library, in Queen Victoria's first collection. There is an article about his four views of Auckland, published in London in 1853 in the "New Zealander", 6 July 1853. (See Artists' file for further information). A student of the Royal Academy of Dublin; he joined the NZ Fencibles as a sapper and arrived at Auckland in the `Oriental Queen' in 1849. He was stationed at Onehunga where he received a grant of an acre of land on the completion of his seven years service. Subsequently he was an art teacher at the Auckland Mechanics Institute. His draughtsmanship and knowledge of surveying gained him an appointment with the Survey Department at Auckland in 1854. In 1858 he moved to Sydney where he received an appointment as a draughtsman in the Survey Office. He died in Sydney in 1878. [Source: C A Lawn. The Pioneer land surveyors of New Zealand. qMS-1138]

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Hogan, Patrick Joseph 1804-1878 :Auckland ; the harbour and entrance with the barrier and Tiritirimatangi Islands in the offing [1852?]
Date: 1852 By: Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878 Ref: A-050-022 Description: A view looking from Hobson Street down over the town of Auckland and out to the harbour towards Rangitoto. Two men in a horse and cart are in the foreground...
Date: 1852 - 1966 By: Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878; Standidge & Company; Avon Fine Prints; Pictorial Publications Ltd Ref: B-076-012-b Description: Looking up Queen Street from the wharf Printed by Pictorial Publications Ltd. `Reproduced from Government House, Auckland, N.Z. by permission of His Excel...
Date: 1966 - 1852 By: Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878; Standidge & Company; Avon Fine Prints; Pictorial Publications Ltd Ref: B-076-009-a Description: Looking down over Auckland City in 1852 Printed by Pictorial Publications Ltd. `Reproduced from Government House, Auckland, N.Z. by permission of His Exce...
Date: 1975 - 1853 By: Hatton, Walter Scarlett, 1873-1938; Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878 Ref: C-079-031-a Description: From a wharf looking at the waterfront and up Queen Street, Auckland. Wharf buildings, businesses and houses line the streets. Partington's windmill is on t...
Date: 1981 - 1852 By: Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878; Pan Pacific Fine Art Ref: C-077-028/031 Description: Views of Auckland in 1852 Title, text and contents on illustrated wrapper. From original lithographs by Standidge & Co., hand-coloured, held by National L...
Date: 1852 By: Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878; Standidge & Company; Williamson, John, 1815-1875 Ref: C-010-019 Description: A headland in the foreground with low scrub and stones, looking along the waterfront past Commercial Bay, part of Lower Queen Street with the new wharf, Albe...
Date: 1852 By: Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878; Standidge & Company Ref: C-010-017 Description: View from a high point of early Auckland, looking east past Commercial Bay, towards the Britomart Barracks, the spire of St Paul's Church in Parnell on the ...
Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878 :Auckland. Vincent Brooks, Lith. [London, Stanford, 1857]
By: Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878; Brooks, Vincent, active 1850s-1880s; Webster, Kenneth Athol, 1906-1967 Ref: A-109-044 Description: View looking across Commercial Bay, lower Queen Street, the wharves and the city towards St Matthew's and St Patrick's churches, from the Britomart Barracks....
Date: 1852 By: Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878; Standidge & Company; Williamson, John, 1815-1875; Avon Fine Prints; Pictorial Publications Ltd Ref: B-076-011-b Description: A headland in the foreground with low scrub and stones, looking along the waterfront past Commercial Bay, part of Lower Queen Street with the new wharf, Alb...
Date: 1852 By: Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878; Standidge & Company; Williamson, John, 1815-1875 Ref: C-010-004-a Description: A headland in the foreground with low scrub and stones, looking along the waterfront past Commercial Bay, part of Lower Queen Street with the new wharf, Alb...