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[Chevalier, Nicholas] 1828-1902 :Wet or fine? [1866]

Reference Number: A-102-034

The artist and another man standing outside their tent, with Caroline Chevalier emerging from the tent. A billy is boiling over a fire to the right and a knapsack, axe and other items are on the ground. The sketch was made on the group's traverse of the Southern Alps to the West Coast, 1866. The members of the party are evidently deliberating the question of whether the rain will ease

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1 image, categorised under Pencil works and Portraits, related to Nicholas Chevalier, Caroline Chevalier, Hurunui District, Tramping, Tents - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Camps - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Women travellers, Weather, Cookery and Fires.

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[Chevalier, Nicholas] 1828-1902 :Wet or fine? [1866], Reference Number A-102-034 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 drawing(s)Pencil sketch 89 x 165 mm. Single art work

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