Spratt, Henry Thomas, b 1827 :Church at Mangare - Onehunga. [1860s?]

Spratt, Henry Thomas, b 1827 :Church at Mangare - Onehunga. [1860s?]
1860 - 1870
Spratt, Henry Thomas, 1827-1908
Shows St James' Church, Mangere church (a lava stone construction, begun in 1857) on the top of a rise in the middle distance, with a body of water in the right foreground. There is a rowing boat pulled up on the beach, and the gateway to a farm on the left. Artist attributed by inscription inside front cover. Artist assumed to be Dr Henry Thomas Spratt, rather than his son Henry Howell Spratt. See Cyclopedia of New Zealand, Volume 1, Wellington, page 884. Other Titles - Mangere Inscriptions: Recto - beneath image - [Title] Quantity: 1 drawing(s). Physical Description: Pencil, on sketchbook page 186 x 247 mm. Provenance: Donated by Barry Smith in 1999. Donor is descendant of William Mein Smith.
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1 drawing(s), Works of art, Pencil works, Sketches, Pencil, on sketchbook page 186 x 247 mm., Orientation: Horizontal image
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