Hamley, Joseph Osbertus, 1820-1911: [Waimate Pā, at the mouth of the Kapuni Stream, South Taranaki, 1864 or 1865]
View looking out to sea, across a landscape heavily eroded into chasms by water, with a waterfall on the right and a fishing pa with low huts perched on a cliff-top to the left, watched by two Royal Artillery soldiers on the left. A copy of a watercolour by E. A. Williams, the present location of which is unknown.
Exhibited in 'Wide-Eyed: Early Images of New Zealand' exhibition of works by settler artists, held at the National Library of New Zealand Gallery, 18 July - 9 November 1997.
Physical Description: Watercolour & Chinese white, 173 x 249 mm
Processing information: Titke changed in May 2019, as a result of information from a researcher.
Access restrictions: Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
Format: Works of art, Watercolours, Watercolour & Chinese white, 173 x 249 mmSee original record
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