[Mitford, John Guise] 1822-1854 :Tarawhera Lake; Tauaroa Pah; Whareroa Pah in distance [Late 1844 or early 1845]
Reference Number: C-089-014
Tarawera Lake with Maori in canoes to the left, a bluff topped by Tauaroa Pa, with whare made notable by their sloping tekoteko (gable figures), with the pallisades of Whareroa Pa visible at the lakeside in the background below distant hills.
1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to John Guise Mitford, Two centuries of New Zealand landscape art (Exhibition), Treasures in Trust (Exhibition), Tauaroa Pa, Whareroa pa, Tarawera, Lake, Tuhourangi o Te Arawa, Maori - Pa - New Zealand - Bay of Plenty Region and Waka.
[Mitford, John Guise] 1822-1854 :Tarawhera Lake; Tauaroa Pah; Whareroa Pah in distance [Late 1844 or early 1845], Reference Number C-089-014 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour 359 x 512 mm. Single art work
Historical Notes: The site shown was shortly afterwards settled by American missionary Seymour Mills Spencer, who established an English-style 'model village' Te Wairoa, from which tourists left to visit the Pink and White Terraces until their destruction in June 1886 in the eruption of Mount Tarawera.
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copies in preference to original.
Other copies available: Negative F-52315 1/2 is lost
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - beneath image: title
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