Illustrated London news :Banquet given at Wellington to native chiefs. [Pipitea Street, 1849, from a drawing by Mr J. H. Marriott. London, 1850]
Reference Number: PUBL-0033-1850-084
Looking along the length of a large table with another to the right, with diners, and towards Dr Fitzgerald at the head of the table raising his hand as he speaks. The majority of the diners are European males, and two Maori chiefs in cloaks stand in the left foreground, with others seated at the right-hand table. There is a portrait of Queen Victoria on the wall above the speaker, with a pair of crossed swords on the wall below it. Greenery decorates other walls and the sides of windows. Another painting is above a fireplace on the left
1 image, categorised under Wood engravings, related to John Patrick Fitzgerald, Queen of Great Britain Victoria, Henry George Grey Grey, Nepia Taratoa, Wiremu Tako Ngatata, Honiana Te Puni-kokopu, James Henry Marriott, Illustrated London News (Newspaper), Moturoa Street, Pipitea Street, Hospitals - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Mural painting and decoration, Speeches, addresses, etc. and Dinners and dining.
Illustrated London news :Banquet given at Wellington to native chiefs. [Pipitea Street, 1849, from a drawing by Mr J. H. Marriott. London, 1850], Reference Number PUBL-0033-1850-084 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Wood engraving, 150 x 230 mm. Single art work
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
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