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[Chevalier, Nicholas] 1828-1902 :Tomboy very wild [1866]

Reference Number: A-102-032

Shows a horse (Tomboy) bolting. A tent and three other horses are in the background in a camp site on a river bank. Behind Tomboy, is the Chevaliers' servant, the bridle behind his back, trying to coax the horse to calm down.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Pencil works, related to Nicholas Chevalier, Caroline Chevalier, Hurunui District, Travellers, Horses - Training, Horses - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Camps - New Zealand - Canterbury Region and Fires.

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[Chevalier, Nicholas] 1828-1902 :Tomboy very wild [1866], Reference Number A-102-032 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 drawing(s)Pencil sketch 89 x 190 mm. Single art work

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