Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant, 1820-1895 :Waihau, Sunday morning, making a moki. Hokey pokey. [October 1848].
Reference Number: E-334-068
In the upper sketch, four European men alongside a small tent, with two Maori, gathering sticks (possibly flax stalks) to make a small boat. They are close to the mouth of the Waihoa River, with the sea and coastline visible beyond them. In the lower view, low hills and coastling. The text 'Ye historie of ye moki by W. M. Right merrily ...' has been crossed out, lower right.
1 image, categorised under Pencil works and Ink drawings, related to Mr Malmanche, Hon Walter Baldock Durrant Mantell, Alfred Wills, Waihao River, Kai Tahu, Waitaha, Tents - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Boatbuilding, Boats and boating - New Zealand - Canterbury Region and Boats and boating - Equipment and supplies.
Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant 1820-1895 :[Sketchbook, no. 3] 1848-1849, Reference Number E-334 (17 digitised items)
Extent: 2 drawing(s)Ink and pencil, 127 x 200 mm (page size). Single art work
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