Green, William Spotswood, 1847-1919 :Great Tasman Glacier from the slopes of Mount Cook, N. Zealand by Rev. W. S. Green. Feb 1882.
Reference Number: C-133-045
View from above the Ball Glacier (visible on the left) with the sweep of the Tasman Glacier curving around through the view. The steep rock face in the centre ground to the left is the Haast Ridge. The background peaks showing are (from left) The Minarets (two sharp peaks, far left), Mount Elie de Beaumont (the third from the left), the Hochstetter Dome (dome-shaped in the centre), Malte Brun, and the two sharp peaks on the far right are the Aiguilles Rouges. On a snow-covered outcrop in the foreground, Kaufmann and Boss, Green's two climbing companions are shown moving forward, with ice axe and alpenstock.
1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to Emil Boss, Ulrich Kaufmann, Belinda Baldock, Rev William Spotswood Green, Tasman Glacier, Malte Brun, Mount, Aiguilles Rouges, Elie de Beaumont, Mount, The Minarets, Hochstetter Dome, Ball Glacier, Glaciers - New Zealand - Canterbury Region and Mountaineers.
Green, William Spotswood, 1847-1919 :Great Tasman Glacier from the slopes of Mount Cook, N. Zealand by Rev. W. S. Green. Feb 1882., Reference Number C-133-045 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour on card, 364 x 540 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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