Carver, Robert William Ind 1838-1907 :Bell's kitchen garden 1892

Carver, Robert William Ind 1838-1907 :Bell's kitchen garden 1892
Carver, Robert William Ind, 1838-1907; Carver, Robert, active 1940s
Shows garden of Thomas Bell on Raoul Island. Man on left is probably Thomas Bell. "Bell's favourite cat" in left foreground. Plants include a large date palm on left, Norfolk pines right background, kumara ("12 H[undred] weight") in front of pines, barbarossa [?] vine, on a slant in left foreground, "Bau shrub, bark used to tie" to right of Bell, and arrowroot in the foreground. Title on verso. Pencilled key on verso identifies plants. cf A164/012. Pencil version of same scene Inscriptions: Recto - bottom right - R.W.Ind Carver. 1892.; Verso - title and key to plants Quantity: 1 watercolour(s). Physical Description: Watercolour, coloured 180 x 230 mm Transfers: From Manuscripts & Archives - Jan 1980, Misc MS W17.
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1 watercolour(s), Works of art, Watercolours, Landscapes (Representations), Watercolour, coloured 180 x 230 mm, Orientation: Horizontal image
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