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Snowy Mountains in Middle Island, New Zealand, Dec. 1865, from a sketch [picture] / A.G
Bib ID 891784
Format PicturePicture
Author
G., A
 
Description 1865 
1 watercolour ; 24 x 35.4 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK2005/F.

Notes

"Rex Nan Kivell attributed this painting to William Anson McCleverty. McCleverty, however, left New Zealand in 1857 and is not known to have visited the South Island. The artist 'A.G.' has been tentatively identified as either A. Gay or Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Henry Watkins Grubb, 1842-1925"--Information provided by the Curator, Drawings & Prints, Alexander Turnbull Library, August 2006.

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK2005/F.

Title from inscription on reverse.

T3033.

Subjects Southern Alps/Kà„ Tiritiri o te Moana (N.Z.)  |  Picture -- New Zealand.

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