- Huddlestone, William, active 1890-1899
- Shows a coastal mine with a tall metal pulley rig and shed on a small island at the end of a wharf. The pulley at the top of the rig is linked by ropes to two buildings on the shore at the right, where there is also a smokestack. In the right foreground lies a rusted Lancashire boiler, which has possibly been condemned and discarded. May show part of the waterfront at Thames and the front face of the mines also known as the Thames-Hauraki Mine covering the Queen of Beauty and Bright Smile mines further east in the hills behind Thames Inscriptions: Recto - beneath image - [Title on attached gilt-painted wooden strip]; Recto - bottom right - W Huddlestone, '98 Quantity: 1 oil(s). Physical Description: Oil on canvasboard, 440 x 590 mm (sight) Provenance: Previously from the collection of Bob and Barbara Harvey.
- Access restrictions
- Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
- 1 oil(s), Works of art, Oil paintings, Oil on canvasboard, 440 x 590 mm (sight), Orientation: Horizontal image
Click to request to view this item, access digital version (if available), and see more information.
Purchasing this Item
This item is available as a high resolution download. A request to buy an image can take up to 10 working days to approve. It will depend on copyright and how the image is going to be used.
If this item has multiple pages, or is several items attached to a single record, you can use this form to order your copy.
Using this Item
You can copy this item for personal use, share it, and post it on a blog or website. It cannot be used commercially without permission, please ask us for advice. If reproducing this item, please maintain the integrity of the image (i.e. don't crop, recolour or overprint it), and ensure the following credit accompanies it: