Barraud, Charles, Decimus, 1822-1897 :[Wellington]. 1851.
Reference Number: G-596
Shows a view of Wellington and the harbour from the ridge above Mt Cook, towards the hills on the western side of the harbour. It shows the flat area of Te Aro with Te Aro Pa close to the shore and other buildings in the foreground. Plimmer's Ark is on the waterfront to the left just beyond the Clay Point cliff. The large church building on the left is St Peter's, Willis Street, and the large building on the waterfront is either the Maori or the Wesleyan Chapel in Manners St. Thorndon is in the background with Pipitea Point (now Thorndon Quay) and Kumutoto Spit (now Midland Park) both visible.
1 image, categorised under Oil paintings, related to Charles Decimus Barraud, St Peter's Church (Willis Street, Wellington), Clay Point, Te Aro, Wellington Harbour, Thorndon, Maori - Pa - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Cows - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Harbours - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Anglican church buildings - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Dwellings - New Zealand - Wellington Region.
Barraud, Charles, Decimus, 1822-1897 :[Wellington]. 1851., Reference Number G-596 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 oil(s)Oil on canvas, 370 x 652 mm (sight). Horizontal imageSingle art work
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copies in preference to original.
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - bottom right: C D Barraud / 1851
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