Smith, William Mein 1799-1869 :Sketch on Watt's Peninsula. Port Nicholson. October 1841
Reference Number: C-011-001
Features of the landscape named, including J. C. Crawford's farm. Watt's Peninsula is now known as Miramar Peninsula and this view is from the lower slopes of Mount Crawford, looking out towards Cook Strait with Evans Bay and Lyall Bay on the right, the harbour entrance on the left, and Burnham Water (later drained and now the site of Miramar) in the centre. The Kaikouras can be seen in the distance (Mt Tapuaenuku)
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings, related to James Coutts Crawford, Miramar Peninsula, Burnham Water, Mount Crawford, Tapuae-O-Uenuku, Mount, Lyall Bay, Evans Bay, Cook Strait, Dwellings - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Farms - New Zealand - Wellington Region.
Smith, William Mein 1799-1869 :Sketch on Watt's Peninsula. Port Nicholson. October 1841, Reference Number C-011-001 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 drawing(s)Pen and ink drawing with touches of blue watercolour 215 x 513 mm. Single art work
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