[Brees, Samuel Charles] 1810-1865 :The Fort Richmond. Hutt Bridge 
Reference Number: B-031-035
Shows Fort Richmond, a group of voluntary militia on a road, and the Hutt River with a canoe
1 image, categorised under Landscapes and Watercolours, related to Captain Compton, Samuel Charles Brees, Great Britain. Army. 58th Regiment of Foot (Rutlandshire), Dunbar Sloane Ltd, Fort Richmond, Lower Hutt City, Soldiers - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Fortification - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Wellington Conflict, 1846, Bridges - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Military uniforms.
[Brees, Samuel Charles] 1810-1865 :The Fort Richmond. Hutt Bridge , Reference Number B-031-035 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour & gum arabic 199 x 309 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work
Historical Notes: As the fort was not constructed (under the direction of Captain Compton of Lower Hutt) until 1845 and Brees left Wellington in 1845, this work must have been painted in that year. The 58th Regiment occupied the fort immediately after it had been completed in April 1845. The soldiers shown are militia, civilian volunteers, identifiable from their mixture of red and blue uniforms.
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File PrintIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-000185)
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Backing board recto - Opened 1844. The view is taken looking down the stream & shows Fort Richmond, it was constructed under the direction of [blank]. Johnston, 33 Central Tce. [20th century inscriptions in pencil. Backing board now discarded]
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