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Head and shoulder portrait of a young woman (possibly Mary Humphries, wife of Dr Humphries). She is wearing a black dress with cream lace frill around neck and a red velvet-like fabric cap trimmed with cream lace and decorated with pearls.
Rural view of farmland and buildings. Grass and a hedge are pictured in the foreground. A fence runs across farmland in the middleground. Two buildings and several power poles are pictured in the background along with a bank of large trees.
Portrait painting of unknown boy. He is rather chubby and is clothed in a brown suit with white frilly collar. Thought to be Samuel Newell as a boy - Newell arrived in New Plymouth on the 'St Michaell' in December 1852 and became the licensee of the Masonic Hotel.