[Cooper, Alfred John] 1831-1869 :[Interior of settler's house, Mohaka 1855? Lavin's first house, Kaikaia, Mohaka]
- 1855 - 1856
- Cooper, Alfred John, 1831-1869; Mouton, W J (Mr), active 1969
Shows a bearded pipe-smoking man sitting on a wooden case in a house. It has rafters and posts supporting a central ridge pole, and there are baskets hanging off a central beam between two posts. A barrel at the right serves as a surface for bottles and containers. A tin bath(?) hangs on the far wall next to a bunk and wood storage.
Printed as an Alexander Turnbull Library print in 1980.
Exhibited in 'Wide-Eyed: Early Images of New Zealand' exhibition of works by settler artists, held at the National Library of New Zealand Gallery, 18 July - 9 November 1997.
Other Titles - Inside view of No. 1. A friend of mine filling his pipe.
Note by J Lavin: Inside view of No. 1. A friend of mine filling his pipe
Quantity: 1 watercolour(s).
Physical Description: Watercolour 160 x 198 mm
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- 1 watercolour(s), Works of art, Watercolours, Watercolour 160 x 198 mm, Orientation: Horizontal image
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