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- Maker Buist, Alastair Gordon Remove filter Buist, Alastair Gordon
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- Maker McLean, John Remove filter McLean, John
High cliff pictured in the foreground with waves crashing at its base. Another cliff is visible in the background. A ship is pictured on the horizon. Gulls are flying.
View of Mount Taranaki and the Sugar Loaf Islands from the sea.
View of the New Plymouth breakwater at Ngamotu, Paritutu and the Sugar Loaf Islands.
Oil painting depicting a settler family in a surfboat coming in to land on the New Plymouth foreshore. A man is pictured in the foreground holding a rope attached to the bow of the surfboat. He is standing in the water and is turned towards the viewer. He is dressed in trousers, a shirt and jacket, and has an axe slung over his body. A woman, boy and baby are pictured in the surfboat, along with a white horse. The woman is seated with the baby on her knee. The young boy is standing on the back of the horse with his arms hanging over a shovel in a cruciform shape. He has a rooster standing on his head. Rows of waves are rolling towards the shore. A sailing ship and several other surfboats are visible in the background. The Sugar Loaf Islands are depicted in the upper left of the painting. The painting is the first of three comprising McLean's 'Settler Trilogy'.
Oil painting depicting a woman carrying buckets of water to dampen down a burn that is threatening a settler hut. The woman is pictured in the foreground with two buckets slung across her shoulders. Water is spilling out of both buckets. She has her back turned and is looking over her shoulder towards the viewer. She is wearing a light blue dress with a white lace collar and a white apron tied around her waist. Her hair is tied up. She is standing in a river and her legs are foreshortened. Water runs into the river through bush on the right hand side of the painting. In the middleground a wooden settler hut is visible, which is set in a cleared block of land. Tree stumps are dotted around the clearing. In the background, flames are visible near a line of trees. Smoke rises above the flames. The painting is the third in McLean's 'Settler Trilogy'.