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Name/Title
Painting of Mount Taranaki with several ships in the foreground.
Accession No
A66.118

Name/Title
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.
Accession No
A66.131

View of Mount Taranaki and the ranges from New Plymouth. Te Henui Cemetery and the Devon Street rail bridge in foreground.
Accession No
A66.135

Oil portrait of Rangi Kuini Wikitoria Topeora. She is wearing a cloak with a patterned border and has four feathers in her hair. She is wearing long pounamu [greenstone] ear pendants and is wearing an elaborate pounamu [greenstone] necklace comprised of several different pieces. She is seated. A small part of the chair is visible on the right hand side of the painting. Topeora was a niece of Ngati Toa leader Te Rauparaha, and a sister of Te Rangihaeata. She was one of only a few women to sign the Treaty of Waitangi. When she was baptised at Otaki by Bishop Selwyn she insisted on taking the name Kuini Wikitoria [Queen Victoria].
Accession No
A66.140

Name/Title
Portrait of Paul Parau of Gisborne, a relative of Ngapai Ngatata. He is dressed in a white shirt, vest and jacket. He has a facial moko and a white beard.
Accession No
A66.141

Name/Title
Portrait of Epia Parau of Gisborne, a relative of Ngapai Ngatata and one of the sons of Paora Parau. Parau is pictured wearing a white shirt, a dark waistcoat and jacket, and a tie. He has a moustache.
Accession No
A66.145

Oil portrait of Rahapa te Whi Whi, daughter of Rangi Kuini Wikitoria Topeora. She is wearing a cloak with a patterned border and has shoulder length dark hair. She has a moko on her chin.
Accession No
A66.148

Name/Title
Portrait of a Maori woman with moko. The woman (Ngapei Ngātata) has a huia feather in her hair, shark tooth earrings in her ears, and a hei tiki with red wax eyes around her neck. She is dressed in a kahu huruhuru (feather cloak) and is holding a mere pounamu in her right hand. Pictured looking to the right (her left).
Accession No
A66.149

Name/Title
View of a boat putting out to sea and three figures watching on the shoreline.
Accession No
A66.152

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.
Accession No
A66.154

Name/Title
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.
Accession No
A66.160

Name/Title
Oil painting depicting a horse-drawn cart with three men loading the cart with hay or wheat. One man is standing on the stack while the other two are working from the ground. Hills are visible in the background.
Accession No
A66.206

Man is dressed in Highland clothes. At his left is a dog. Man is standing amongst a small flock of sheep and he is looking towards a woman who has a basket of wood on her back.
Accession No
A66.212

View of Mount Taranaki from Stratford. The mountain is reflected in a body of water in the foreground.
Accession No
A66.304

Name/Title
View of unidentified lake with buildings, boats and several people in the foreground.
Accession No
A66.334

Diamond shaped painting of New Plymouth's breakwater and the Sugar Loaves.
Accession No
A66.355

Name/Title
Framed lithograph depicting Thomas Inch (arrived on the "William Bryan"). Man with beard and moustache, hair parted on left side and wearing a coat and white shirt.
Accession No
A66.481

Name/Title
Watercolour. Sketch of signal flags flown from Mt Eliot during the early New Plymouth settlement era. Colour flags and signals with description.
Accession No
A66.542

View of the White Cliffs from a high vantage point. Foliage and tree stumps in foreground. Mount Taranaki pictured in the background.
Accession No
A66.573

Name/Title
Watercolour painting of two barques at sail.
Accession No
A66.603

Oil painting on white glass depicting a whare on a lake edge with small group of people (in red and white) at front. A pataka (storehouse) is pictured behing the whare. Small waka with three people in water in front of whare. Large tree fern in lower left foreground.
Accession No
A66.666

The colours, or standards, of the Taranaki Militia and Volunteers. The colours feature two flags and the British Crown.
Accession No
A66.725

The Royal Regiment of Artillery colours. The colours include the Royal Arms of England placed above a gun. Commonly known as the Royal Artillery, the Royal Regiment of Artillery comprises a number of regiments and is an arm of the British Army.
Accession No
A66.744

Name/Title
View of the New Plymouth breakwater at Ngamotu, Paritutu and the Sugar Loaf Islands.
Accession No
A66.772

Small (11.2 x 7.5cm) crest of the H.M.S. Niger - ink and watercolour sketch on card. Depicts a heron holding a halberd with one foot. Below bird is the text (in black ink): "Ne Cede Malis. Hic Niger Est. Crest of H.M.S. Niger 1859-61". Written on back in sepia ink is: "Crest after late Captain Cracroft R.N. who commanded H.M.S. Niger during the New Zealand War of 1859-61. This crest was carried on the stern of H.M.S. Niger at the period of her commission and also the words Hic Niger Est on a scroll below". Following this is additional handwritten text (in pencil): "The above note is by Garriot (?) a midshipsman on the "Niger" and present at Waireka - WHS [William Skinner]. In good condition.
Accession No
A66.778
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