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Gully, John, 1819-1888 :[From central moraine of the great Godley Glacier, 5 March 1862]. 1863.

Reference Number: C-140-001

Shows the Godley Glacier with a mountain range beyond. This painting is based on Julius von Haast's "From central moraine of the great Godley Glacier, 5 Mar 1862", at C-097-060. The mountains in the background include Mt Petermann (at right alone beyond the smooth surface of the Godley Glacier). The Keith Johnstone Range is the longer ridge at centre left. These two are both identified on Haast's original watercolour sketch. From a map, the central peak can be identified as Mount Wolseley.

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1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to John Gully, Sir Johann Franz Julius von Haast, Sealy Pass, Godley Glacier, Petermann, Mount, Wolseley, Mount, Glaciers - New Zealand - Canterbury Region and Mountains - New Zealand - Canterbury Region.

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Gully, John, 1819-1888 :[From central moraine of the great Godley Glacier, 5 March 1862]. 1863., Reference Number C-140-001 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour 393 x 614 mm (sight). Horizontal imageSingle art work

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