[Brees, Samuel Charles], 1810-1865 :[Porirua Harbour. ca 1842]
Reference Number: B-031-028
Shows Maori gathering shellfish on the rocky shore. There is a single-sailed canoe in the water at the right, and several canoes are drawn up on the shore around the bay at the left.In a similar work (identical shoreline in the foreground) at C-126-025, and the engraving (Plate 3, illustration 8) in "Pictorial illustrations of New Zealand", it is thought that the view is from the Whitireia side, looking northeast towards the entrance to Paremata Harbour. In contrast, this view shows a continuous shoreline at the left, suggesting that it is a view from Mana or Plimmerton, looking south-east towards the narrow entrance to Paremata Harbour.
1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to Samuel Charles Brees, Esther M Webb, Paremata, Porirua Harbour, Ngati Toa, Waka - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Shellfish, Harbours - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Maori - Food, Maori kete and Maori - Food containers.
[Brees, Samuel Charles], 1810-1865 :[Porirua Harbour. ca 1842], Reference Number B-031-028 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour 210 x 342 mm. Single art work
Historical Notes: Dated because of similarity to a dated work, at C-126-025.
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