Haast, Johann Franz Julius von, 1822-1887: The great Tasman Glacier. Sources of the Tasman River, 16 April 1862.
An extensive view of the mountain range with the Tasman glacier, a flat grassy plain and beech forest on the lower slopes. Tents and horses are indicated in pencil.
Reproduced in: Burrows, Colin James. 'Julius Haast in the Southern Alps'. Canterbury University Press, 2005, plate 14.
Haast's field sketch and the original for John Gully's watercolour: The Great Tasman Glacier (located at C-094-009)
Quantity: 1 watercolour(s).
Physical Description: Pencil, ink and watercolour on wove paper 169 x 764 mm
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- Haast family: Collection / Haast, Johann Franz Julius von, 1822-1887: Sources of River Godley. 24 February 1862. Huss. Moffatt. Livingstone.
- 1 watercolour(s), Works of art, Watercolours, Pencil, ink and watercolour on wove paper 169 x 764 mm
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