Bowring, Walter Armiger, 1874-1931 :[Rt Hon. Sir Joseph Ward] 1930
- Bowring, Walter Armiger, 1874-1931; National Art Gallery (N.Z.)
Half-length life-sized portrait of Premier Sir Joseph Ward. He is shown seated in an armchair, his right arm resting on a desk. He has a pen in his hand and papers on the desk and protruding from a drawer
Other Titles - Right Honourable
Inscriptions: On laminated label attached to base of frame: The Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Ward Bart. W. A. Bowring 1874-1931. New Zealand. Presented by a number of members of Parliament through the Hon. Vincent Ward 1937. National Portrait Collection
Quantity: 1 oil(s).
Physical Description: Oil 1160 x 940 mm
Provenance: Presented to the National Art Gallery, 1937, for a proposed National portrait collection, by a number of Members of Parliament, through Sir Joseph's son, the Hon. Vincent Ward
- Additional description
Alternative form available: Negative 1/2-107702 shows the painting framed
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- Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
- 1 oil(s), Works of art, Oil paintings, Portraits, Oil 1160 x 940 mm
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