Hutton, Thomas Biddulph 1824-1886 :Dinner at Potato Bay. [ca 1845]
Reference Number: E-137-q-015
A tent and a group of four men, three Pakeha, one Maori, seated on the ground, having a picnic in a clearing in bush, hills beyond them and water below them. One of the men, seated with his back resting on a tree-trunk, is either drawing or making notes; one, possibly William Cotton, with spectacles, seated on the left is handing out food from a plate; one is reclining on the ground, the fourth, a Maori student, is seated and is being passed food
1 image, categorised under Group portraits and Watercolours, related to Rev William Charles Cotton, Rev Thomas Biddulph Hutton, St John's College (Auckland), Auckland City, Tents - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Picnicking - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Auckland Region (N.Z.) - Social life and customs, Men, Maori and Men.
Hutton, Thomas Biddulph 1824-1886 :Book of New Zealand sketches. Purewa, 1845, 1860., Reference Number E-137-q (9 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour 220 x 280 mm in sketchbook. Single art work
Historical Notes: T. B. Hutton arrived in New Zealand in 1843 and taught at St John's College at Waimate in the Bay of Islands until 1844 when he moved to Auckland.
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