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- Maker Moore, John Lysaght Remove filter Moore, John Lysaght
- Maker Unknown Remove filter Unknown
- Subject Flora Remove filter Flora
- Subject Māori Remove filter Māori
- Subject Individual Remove filter Individual
- Department Paintings Remove filter Paintings
- Maker Kirkwood, Henry William Remove filter Kirkwood, Henry William
- Subject Painting Remove filter Painting
Portrait of an unknown Maori woman. She is seated and is wearing a cloak draped over one shoulder. The other shoulder is bare. She has long, dark hair. Her head is tilted to the side and she is looking away from the viewer.
Portrait of Henry Des Forges (1830-1906). Depicts Des Forges as a young man. He is seated and visible from the waist up. He is wearing a dark suit with a white shirt, waistcoat and scarf tied at the neck. He has some sort of metal ornament attached to his waistcoat. One arm rests on a chair and the other in his lap.
Jane Rowe (nee Roberts), passenger on the "Essex" and married H.N.Rowe. Portrait presumably painted from existing photograph of Jane Rowe (P.1.5112). Unframed, oil on paper with card mount.
Mr Richard Rowe seated on a chair, passenger on the "William Bryan". Presumably painted from existing photograph (see P.1.1637). Unframed, oil on paper with card mount.
Portrait of Henry Nathanial Rowe, passenger on the "Essex" and husband of Jane Rowe (nee Roberts). Presumably painted from existing photograph (see P.1.5098). Unframed oil on paper with card mount.
Portrait of a Maori woman wearing a cloak and holding a large greenstone mere across her chest. She has a large tiki hanging from her neck. She wears a feather in her hair and has several tattooed lines around her mouth. She is also wearing bone (?) earrings. Pictured looking to the right (her left).
Oil painting showing Edward Frederick Hemingway as a child. Hemmingway was born in Yorkshire in 1823 and came to New Zealand in the 1860s with the 43rd Regiment having previously seen service in the Crimean War, the Indian Mutiny and Malta. He returned to Europe and served with the Red Cross in the Franco-Prussian War. His son Edward "Ned" Hemingway brought him back to New Zealand when he fell ill and he died in Auckland in 1914. Hemingway is shown in the painting as a young boy wearing a white shirt, rust-coloured vest and brown trousers lying on a bank in the grass. In the foreground there is another unidentified young boy wearing a white shirt with a red scarf who is holding two dogs. The painting is in an impressionist style and has a thick gilded frame.