Hay-Campbell, Charles Duncan, 1867-1936

Artist who migrated to New Zealand in 1915 to a position as art master at Wanganui Collegiate. He held this position until his retirement at the end of the 1929 school year. He was president of the Wanganui Arts & Crafts Society 1931-1936. He painted mainly in Wanganui and Taranaki. Born Edinburgh, educated at Linton House School and London University. Studied art at St John's Wood School, Westminster Art School and the Slade School in the late 1880s and early 1890s. Was art master at Bradfield College, Berkshire before moving to Wanganui. Died Wanganui.

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Hay-Campbell, Charles Duncan 1867?-1936 :The hall at Mokoia [Taranaki, the home of the Lysaght family. ca 1920]
Date: 1915 - 1936 By: Hay-Campbell, Charles Duncan, 1867-1936; Moore, Dorothy Evelyn, 1887-1963 Ref: A-180-033 Description: View of the wood-lined interior of a large house. A carpet strip runs along the centre of the hall, there are floral-covered ottomans and tall blue curtains...
Charles Duncan Hay-Campbell and Oriwa Tahupotiki Haddon with their painting depicting the arrival of Turi at Patea in 1350
Date: 2 Aug 1933 From: Original photographic prints and postcards from file print collection, Box 3 Ref: PAColl-5671-29 Description: Charles Duncan Hay-Campbell (left) and Oriwa Tahupotiki Haddon with their painting depicting the arrival of Turi at Patea in 1350. Taken by an unidentified p...
Hay-Campbell, Charles Duncan, 1867-1936 :Averil Margaret Lysaght on Punarima [Mokoia] verandah.
Date: January 1916 By: Hay-Campbell, Charles Duncan, 1867-1936; Lysaght, Sylvia Villebois, 1906-2000 Ref: B-156-012 Description: Shows a young girl with long blond hair painting with a box of watercolours of the verandah of the Lysaght family home in South Taranaki. She is leaning forw...