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Homestead and barn at Merton on the outskirts of New Plymouth. Cleared land, felled trees and stumps are visible in the foreground. A single cow is situated in the lower right corner. The cottage was originally called "French's house" when Henry and James Richmond lived in it in May 1851. The cottage was enlarged and improved to become "New Merton" and became the Richmond's first homestead.
Accession No
TM.2002.121

View of a two-storied house once located at 234 Devon Street East and 236 Courtenay Street, New Plymouth. The house is white with green window frames and detailing. The house is situated amidst a large garden. A lawn dominates the foregound. There is a large tree planted at the edge of the lawn, in front of the house. A wheelbarrow sits on the lawn on the left. The house was built for Dr David Wylie in 1910. From 1927 to 1950 it was the home of Monica and Rex Brewster. It was demolished some time in the 1970s.
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PA2012.025

A framed oil painting by Bernard Aris of St Mary's Church, New Plymouth 1954.
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PA2004.024

View of Paritutu with large waves in foreground.
Accession No
A98.756

A shrub lined and uneven packed dirt road is pictured at the bottom centre of the painting leading off into the hills to the left. Inglewood township is located in the centre of the image with Mt. Taranaki/Egmont towering over it. Smoke rises from several sites in the painting.
Accession No
A96.981

Richmond Cottage (formerly known as Beach Cottage) from the west surrounded by a picket fence. The house is positioned in the lower left corner of sketch, with the top of Paritutu visible in the distance.
Accession No
A93.839

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Seascape with rocks, dark clouded sky, filtered sunlight and gulls. Paritutu and the Sugar Loaf Islands visible in the background.
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A81.947

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Ink sketch depicting a view of Omata Beach with Saddleback Island in distance. Four individuals on beach.
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A75.651

View of Mount Taranaki from Fitzroy, New Plymouth. Houses pictured in the foreground.
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A75.630

Watercolour by Bernard Aris depicting a view of Taranaki taken from the slopes of Mt Taranaki/Egmont. Brown cottage with red roof in left foreground (depicted from the rear), a corrogated iron shed is situated lower down the slopes. Large, possibly dead, tree to right of cottage in foreground. Beyond the buildings is a view of Taranaki farm land and Mt Ruapehu.
Accession No
A75.629

Name/Title
View of people walking on beach, and hills in the background. Annotations present on sketch to give indication of colours.
Accession No
A75.616

Watercolour depicting a view of a red implement shed beside which two tall poles with a cross-piece along the top stand. Hills and Mount Taranaki/Egmont in the distance. Colours of each section (written in pencil) visible in places.
Accession No
A75.600

Print by Bernard Aris depicting St Mary's Church, New Plymouth. Shows church from Powderham Street view with footpath and part of road in foreground.
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A75.569

Small print by Bernard Aris depicting St Andrews Church, New Plymouth.
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A75.568

Sketch depicting view of Paritutu in the distance with rocks in middleground and bare sand in foreground. Large rock to right of image. Sea between Paritutu and rocks in midground.
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A75.566

View of Saddleback Island with large bare rock in immediate foreground. Outline worked in ink.
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A75.562

Pencil sketch depicting D. Newman's Boot Repair Shop. Building/shop dominates middle of image with footpath and road in immediate foreground. Signage on shop awning reads: "For Sale / Leather, Nails and Rubber Heels/ D. Newman Boot Repairer". Another awning belonging to a shop further along the road reads: "H. Mead Ltd / Baker".
Accession No
A75.557

Sketch depicting chickens scratching about in a fenced off section. Immediately behind fence are two large trees and another residence.
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A75.556

Name/Title
View of Paritutu with two buildings and a chimney at the base. Sand and waves in the foreground.
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A75.555

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Pencil sketch looking up Devon Street West, New Plymouth from Brougham Street, depicting Teeds & Co. Chemist on the right side, trams and people outside Avery's Bookshop on the left side, clock tower further along the street. Two dogs playing in the middle of the street.
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A75.554

Name/Title
Pencil sketch depicting a coastal view from Back Beach, New Plymouth with the Sugar Loaves, Saddleback Island and Paritutu in the distance. Sketch is on a long, narrow piece of paper which is folded in half.
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A75.553

View of Moturoa Island, largest of the Sugar Loaf Islands, New Plymouth. Sea in foreground.
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A75.551

Name/Title
View of waves with rocks in the background, possibly at the base of Paritutu, Back Beach.
Accession No
A75.550

Name/Title
Depicts railway station scene with the telegraph office and buildings on the left and trains (and tracks) dominating most of the picture to the right and in foreground. Work has a "smoggy" appearance.
Accession No
A75.542

Jane Maria and Arthur Atkinson's house at Hurworth on Carrington Road. Depicts typical New Zealand colonial house with bay window at front - house slightly side on and backs onto a cleared hill. Bush and tall trees in background. Cleared land with felled trees in foreground. Along the lower edge of the drawing are handwritten numerals (in pencil): "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6". On the reverse is an inscription written (also in pencil) by Jane Maria Atkinson which reads: "1 is at present the kitchen window. 2 our bedroom, but in another fortnight it will be the kitchen window and No. 1 our bedroom. We make the change because it is not convenient to have the room one sleeps in a passage room and that the sitting room and kitchen may be close together. 3 the bay window and 4 and 5 are sitting room windows, 6 window of Lely's bedroom. 1, 2, and 3 look due east to the Henui river. 4, 5, and 6 due North, we see towards the road from them, I shall have a wider view next year when the bush between our clearing and D. Atkinson's is to be felled. We see the back end of Harry's house from the North windows, he lies North west of us. The front door so to speak, is at the back of the house in a passage between the two bodies of the house and connecting them. The fence in the front is going to be moved so as to enlarge the garden considerably and the gate will be moved to the right a good way so that a path from it may lead naturally to the door."
Accession No
A75.462
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