Fox, William 1812-1893 :Guards Bay. Jan. 1848
Reference Number: B-113-015
The grave of Rangiawa (Kuika) wife of Mr Wynen, in the foreground, in bush, looking down into the cleared area of a small bay (Kakapo Bay, where whaler Jacky Guard lived) with several houses, hills opposite, in Port Underwood. On the face of the painting at the top, is "No. 271", with the N Z Company stamp, which is dated "14 July 48". Title is taken from verso
1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to John Guard, Elizabeth Guard, Rt Hon Sir William Fox, Kuika d Wynen, Picturing Paradise; the colonial watercolours of William Fox. National Library Gallery 25 February - 18 June 2000; Hocken Library Dunedin 11 September - 15 October 2000 (Exhibition), Alexander Horsburgh Turnbull, New Zealand Company, Kakapo Bay, Whaling - New Zealand - Marlborough Region, Dwellings - New Zealand - Marlborough Region and Tombs.
Fox, William 1812-1893 :Guards Bay. Jan. 1848, Reference Number B-113-015 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour 235 x 342 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work
Historical Notes: The Hocken Library has another version of this view, titled Port Underwood with Jacky Guard's house. A note has been added underneath the painting (probably by Dr Hocken): Jack Guard was the pilot of the 'Pelorus' and carried on business as a whaler and sealer. He was the first [Pakeha] to enter the south eastern mouth of the channel being driven in by a gale in 1827. Grave of Rangiawa (Kuika) native wife of Mr Wynen who with her infant son was found murdered at Cloudy Bay on the 20th Dec. 1842. The indignation of the Maoris at the acquittal of the white man who was supposed to be guilty of the murder is regarded as one of the indirect causes leading to the Wairau Massacre.
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