[Richards, E. S.] fl 1862-1873 :The Atheneum & Mechanics' Institute. Wellington, New Zealand / [Based on a photograph by E. S. Richards? Engraved by J. H. Marriott? Wellington or London? Swan and Wrigglesworth, printer? ca 1864].
Reference Number: A-104-034
Shows front of Classical designed building with columned entrance porch flanked by round-arch windows, and wings with a rectangular window in each. Men stand about outside the front railings, one at the right standing beside a horse.
1 image, categorised under Letterheads, Engravings and Cityscapes, related to Swan and Wrigglesworth, Edward Smallwood Richards, Robert Roger Strang, James Henry Marriott, Wellington Athenaeum & Mechanics Institute, Lambton Quay, Historic buildings - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Horses - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Libraries - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Railings and Neoclassicism (Architecture).
[Richards, E. S.] fl 1862-1873 :The Atheneum & Mechanics' Institute. Wellington, New Zealand / [Based on a photograph by E. S. Richards? Engraved by J. H. Marriott? Wellington or London? Swan and Wrigglesworth, printer? ca 1864]., Reference Number A-104-034 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s) on letterhead.Engraving, approx. 80 x 95 mm, on page of handwriting 207 x 137 mm.. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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