Redmayne, Thomas, fl 1880s-1890s :Attack on the Maori Pah at Rangiriri. 
- Redmayne, Thomas, active 1880s-1890s
British soldiers storming Rangiriri Pa, with Maori visible in the background beyond the palisades, returning fire. One soldier falls wounded in the centre and three other are already lying wounded or dead.
Extended Title - From: Cassell's picturesque Australasia. London, Cassell, 1890, Vol 4 p. 254, Pl. 39.
Inscriptions: Recto - bottom right - monogram of T. Redmayne
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Physical Description: Wood engraving, 145 x 200 mm
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