Art works in the National Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand, 16 June 1936
Reference Number: EP-Municipal-National Art Gallery-01
A composit view of the interior of the National Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand. It shows some of the art works which include portraits of Sir Harold Beauchamp, Lord Bledisloe, Sir Robert Stout, Professor James Shelley, Lord Rutherford, T G Macarthy, and Sir Francis Bell. Other works include a landscape by Algernon Talmage, and `Summer Seas' by Charles Sims. Photographed by an Evening Post staff photographer on the 16th of June 1936.
1 image, related to National Art Gallery (Wellington), Wellington City, Art museums - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Interior architecture - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Portraits and Museums - New Zealand - Wellington Region.
Municipal activities, Reference Number EP-Municipal (32 digitised items)
Evening Post illustrations file, Reference Number PAColl-7327-1 (342 digitised items)
The Dominion Post :Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers, Reference Number PAColl-7327 (2038 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin print, 34 x 22.5 cm. Single photograph
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Citation: Any publication or exhibition must be accompanied by the credit "The Dominion Post Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library."
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