Worsley, Charles Nathaniel, 1862-1923 :Corner of Lambton Quay and Customhouse Quay, Wellington. [ca 1900]
- 1900 - 1905
- Worsley, Charles Nathaniel, 1862-1923
Shows the junction of Lambton Quay and Customhouse Quay on a rainy day. The street is busy with pedestrians dressed against the rain and holding umbrellas, and a tram and two horse-drawn carriages can be seen. A small dog runs across the street in the foreground, possibly alarming the horse it runs in front of. Prominent buildings visible are the Bank of New Zealand front right, and the Exchange building, with tower, on the left. The now-called Stewart Dawsons corner is in view on the left. The Thorndon hills rise dramatically in the background
Inscriptions: Recto - bottom left - C N Worsley [in brushpoint]
Quantity: 1 watercolour(s).
Physical Description: Watercolour on paper, 350 x 255 mm
Provenance: Purchase: Dunbar Sloane Fine and Applied Art auction, Wellington, 11 March 2015; lot 36
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- 1 watercolour(s), Works of art, Watercolours, Cityscapes (Representations), Watercolour on paper, 350 x 255 mm, Orientation: Vertical image
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