[Clarke, Cuthbert Charles] 1819-1863 :Baptism of Te Ngahue at Te Ariki Dec 29, 1849
Reference Number: B-030-003
The Rev Thomas Chapman officiating right of centre, bald-headed and wearing spectacles, with a crowd of English and Maori spectators, around the reclining aged chief Te Ngahue, who was baptised on his deathbed. Te Ariki was on Tarawera Lake. Sir George Grey is probably the standing figure in profile at Te Ngahue's feet while the smaller dark man standing behind him with handlebar moustache and side whiskers is likely to be Grey's secretary, John Jermyn Symonds
1 image, categorised under Drawings, related to Sir George Grey, John Jermyn Symonds, Hori Te Ngahue, George Sisson Cooper, Cuthbert Charles Clarke, Alexander Horsburgh Turnbull, Tarawera, Lake, Maori - Missions, Baptism, Prayer-books, Missionaries and Men, Maori.
[Clarke, Cuthbert Charles] 1819-1863 :Baptism of Te Ngahue at Te Ariki Dec 29, 1849, Reference Number B-030-003 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 drawing(s)Pencil, 251 x 338 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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Inscriptions: Inscribed - Verso - title in pencil in the hand of Alexander Turnbull, with an attribution to Sir George Grey. A note in another hand suggests that the artist is Cuthbert Clarke. There is also another faint sketch on the verso, showing a European dwelling or similar structure, a distinctive conical hill with fencing at its base in the centre and possibly a cow in the foreground
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