Strutt, William 1825-1915 :Fragmentary sketches & odds & ends; sketches in Taranaki New Zealand 1856 / W.S. New Zealand rough sketches, 1856.
- 1855 - 1856
- Strutt, William, 1825-1915; Turnbull, Alexander Horsburgh, 1868-1918
Views of New Plymouth, Taranaki, Maori portraits (including portraits of Rawiri & Tomati), Maori canoes & artifacts, vegetation, Auckland, ships Chatham, Pandora & Nelson
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The ship Chatham "Chatham, ship off New Plymouth" is a barque, not the Chatham in which Vancouver circumnavigated the world in the late eighteenth century.
This sketchbook contains many of the preliminary sketches for the more finished studio drawings in the Library's two large albums, E-452-f & E-453-f
Quantity: 1 sketchbook(s) (33 pencil & watercolour, 15 pencil in album stored with notebook in half blue morocco & linen case).
Physical Description: Pencil & watercolour, pencil page size 145 x 223 mm
Provenance: Purchased by Alexander Turnbull in May 1913 from Sydney dealers Angus & Robertson, who had purchased this diary and sketchbook from the artist in London, along with the sketches now located at E-452-f and E-453-f.
Transfers: From Manuscripts & Archives - Formerly MS Strutt / 1855-56 / P. Transferred to DPP, Sept, 1989.
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Alternative form available: Negs: C-09748 to 09796; colour transparencies available of all images; file prints in Drawings & Prints under artist/title
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- 1 sketchbook(s) (33 pencil & watercolour, 15 pencil in album stored with notebook in half blue morocco & linen case), Works of art, Watercolours, Pencil works, Landscapes (Representations), Ethnographic illustrations, Marines (Visual works), Portraits, Pencil & watercolour, pencil page size 145 x 223 mm
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