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Pink and White Terraces, Lake Rotomahana and Mount Tarawera.
Lower left (l.l.) with brush in opaque white: J.C. Hoyte
Wellington in 1843.
On sketchbook mount: Wellington in 1843; on flypage of sketchbook in ink: Thomas Morland Hocken from Sir William Fox. Sir William Fox who well knew the interest I took in old New Zealand & was a frequent visitor at my house, promised to bequeath me…
NS200: Brainstem ventral surface.
Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: Brain Stem (Ventral Surface)
Tags: Anatomy, Artistic, Brain stem, Image, Nervous system, Paintings, Still Image, timeline, Watercolors
Milford Sound, looking north-west from Freshwater Basin.
Lower left (l.l.) with brush: Titahi Bay W.G. Baker
[Maori portrait: man in cloak. 1850] Maori portrait: man in cloak.
Verso in pencil: 6.
Dunedin from the Portobello Road.
Attributed to Wilbraham Frederick Evelyn Liardet, 1799-1878
View of part of Dunedin from Stafford St with the upper harbour. November 1851.
Lower left (l.l.) with brush: After G.B. Shaw 1851; on original mount in ink (in Dr Hocken’ hand: View of part of Dunedin from Stafford St with the upper harbour November 1851 by Geo B. Shaw copied from the original in the possession of Gilbert…
Port Chalmers in 1851.
On mount in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: Port Chalmers in 1851 by G.B. Shaw. T.M. Hocken; label: Na Te Hakena Tenei Tiki; verso in pencil: Port Chalmers 1851. C.B. Shaw.
Group of seated figures.
Verso in pencil: Not for sale; verso original matt: (8) Nude study…; label verso: [authentication certified by Esmond Atkinson]
Mount Cook from the Hooker Valley near the Hermitage. 1863-88.
Lower left (l.l.) with brush in opaque white: G. O’Brien; verso original mount in pencil: framing instructions
Mount Charles, Otago Peninsula, from the Camp.
1. It appears to have been mounted and titled for Mrs Buckland. 2. The site of Larnach Castle was known as the Camp by 1876, but not by 1867. Therefore, the date given on the mount title could either be a typographical mistake or reflect the date it…
Maketu, a young N.Z.d chief of Nga Puhi Tribe.
Margin below image in ink in Dr Shortland
Group of Maori Women
Lower right (l.r.)in ink: J. Merrett; verso: 1.
Three Maoris seated in front of a whare.
Lower right (l.r.) in pencil: J Merrett 1850; verso in pencil: 4 X.
Three Maoris, two seated, one lying down.
Verso in pencil: 5.
Group of Maoris.
Lower right (l.r.) in ink: J. Merrett.
Portrait of two Maoris.
Paper stamped u.r.: …La Rue & Co …ndon Board [illeg].
Verso in ink: Kawitta; in pencil: L814; verso mount on label [authentication by John Dixon & Co]
Verso in ink: Heki; in pencil: L814; verso mount on label: [authentication by John Dixon & Co.]
Pawatanui, Rangihaiataís pah in 1846. 1849.
Lower right (l.r.) with brush: W. McC; verso in ink: Pawatanui, Rangihaiata’s pah in 1846. Now occupied by a company of the 58th Reg.t under Captain Russell employed in the construction of roads. March 1849. WA McCleverty; verso in ink in H.S.…
Mount Arthur Range, Nelson.
Lower right (l.r.) in ink: McCahon ’46; l.r. on mount in ink: The Mount Arthur Range, Nelson.
From the north end of Tomahawk Beach.
12 in The Jack & Ethel McCahon gift to the Hocken LibraryMcCahon writes: "Landscape from North end of Tomahawk beach, Dunedin. 9 3/4 x 11 1/2. watercolour. Signal hill in distance. These two date mid 30s - the bottom one I like-"