Strutt, William 1825-1915 :The beach, New Plymouth, N. Z. 1855.
Reference Number: E-452-f-002
From the site of modern New Plymouth, looking past the mouth of the Huatoki Stream south along the beach line towards the Sugarloaf Islands and Paritutu. In the foreground is a group of Maori with a bullock dray being urged along, a man with a pig leg-roped and several other groups, including two men who appear to be performing a haka. Further along the beach, a boat is landing, close to several canoes, there are one or two European houses and a large flagpole for signalling. The small stone cottage with pointed gable closest to Paritutu on the left belonged to C. W. Richmond and his wife Emily Elizabeth Richmond. Strutt has used parts of this drawing as the basis for his oil 'On the beach, Onehunga, 1856'
1 image, related to Hon Christopher William Richmond, Emily Elizabeth Richmond, William Strutt, Sugar Loaf Islands, Paritutu, Huatoki Stream, New Plymouth, Signals and signalling, Carriages and carts - New Zealand - Taranaki Region, Waka, Haka, Bullock teams and Dwellings - New Zealand - Taranaki Region.
Strutt, William 1825-1915 :A collection of drawings in water colour ink and pencil illustrative of the scenery and early life of settlers and Maoris of New Zealand. 1855-1863. 1st series., Reference Number E-452-f (21 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Pencil and wash 300 x 470 mm. Single art work
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