[Weld, Frederick Aloysius] 1823-1891 :Canterbury Plains, Waimakariri [5 December 1850]
Reference Number: A-269-011
Shows a tent and shelter with camp fire on the nearer (south) side of the river. On the far side are two Maori whare and two food storage platforms. A range of foothills of the Southern Alps, including Mount Grey, is in the distance. In the centre foreground by the tent, are a European man, woman and child, probably the Godley family. Two further people are by the campfire and tent on the right. There are flax bushes and scrub on the south side of the river, and a cabbage tree on the north side
1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to Charlotte Godley, Sir John Arthur Godley, Hon Sir Frederick Aloysius Weld, Edward Jerningham Wakefield, John Robert Godley, Charles Obins Torlesse, Charles Hunter Brown, Mary Constance Scrope, Southern Alps, Waimakariri District, Grey, Mount, Waimakariri River, Rivers - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Maori - Pa - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Camping - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Mother and child, Maori - Dwellings - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Tents, Flax, Campfires and Cabbage trees.
[Weld, Frederick Aloysius] 1823-1891 :Canterbury Plains, Waimakariri [5 December 1850], Reference Number A-269-011 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour, 170 x 245 mm. Single art work
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