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Hodgkins, William Mathew, 1833-1898 :Mount Cook / W. M. H. 1875. C. F. Kell, Chromo lithographer, London [1877]

Reference Number: PUBL-0016-32

According to the accompanying text "...from a sketch by Mr W. M. Hodgins [sic] of Dunedin, who visited it in 1875 ... This noble peak ... is taken from a point a few miles up the Hooker Glacier; the dark spur [on the left] is the lower ridge of Mount Sefton, the other [on the right] a portion of the lower or main spur of Mount Cook. The glacier is seen issuing from the peak and winding its way down the valley..."

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1 image, categorised under Chromolithographs, related to William Mathew Hodgkins, Hooker Glacier, Aoraki, Sefton, Mount and Glaciers - New Zealand - Canterbury Region.

Part of:
Barraud, Charles Decimus 1822-1897 :New Zealand Graphic and Descriptive. The illustrations by C. D. Barraud. Edited by W. T. L. Travers. London, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, 1877, Reference Number PUBL-0016 (19 digitised items)

Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Chromolithograph, 289 x 240 mm. Vertical imageArt works

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Other copies available: File PrintIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-004370)

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