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Artwork from Roger Morris' 'Enduring Freedom' series that evokes the anonymous casualties of war. An image of a faceless head - rendered in white, black and grey - is adhered to a piece of plastic that has been cut into the shape of a television/table. The numbers "2 2 1 69 4 415" are stamped in white into the bottom of the image. The numbers are random. The artwork was inspired by the casualties of war remembered by various war memorials around the world. Morris sees the face not only as dead, but also hopeful and humorous.
Accession No
PA2012.054

Artwork from Roger Morris' 'Enduring Freedom' series that evokes the anonymous casualties of war. An image of a faceless head - rendered in white, black and grey - is adhered to a piece of plastic that has been cut into the shape of a television/table. The numbers "4 5 223 9" are stamped in white into the bottom of the image. The numbers are random. The artwork was inspired by the casualties of war remembered by various war memorials around the world. Morris sees the face not only as dead, but also hopeful and humorous.
Accession No
PA2012.055

Artwork from Roger Morris' 'Enduring Freedom' series that evokes the anonymous casualties of war. An image of a faceless head - rendered in white, black and grey - is adhered to a piece of plastic that has been cut into the shape of a television/table. The numbers "00 1 3197 5 67" are stamped in white into the bottom of the image. The numbers are random. The artwork was inspired by the casualties of war remembered by various war memorials around the world. Morris sees the face not only as dead, but also hopeful and humorous.
Accession No
PA2012.056

Artwork from Roger Morris' 'Enduring Freedom' series that evokes the anonymous casualties of war. An image of a faceless head - rendered in white, black and grey - is adhered to a piece of plastic that has been cut into the shape of a television/table. The numbers "07 3 9 94" are stamped in white into the bottom of the image. The numbers are random. The artwork was inspired by the casualties of war remembered by various war memorials around the world. Morris sees the face not only as dead, but also hopeful and humorous.
Accession No
PA2012.057

Artwork from Roger Morris' 'Enduring Freedom' series that evokes the anonymous casualties of war. An image of a faceless head - rendered in white, black and grey - is adhered to a piece of plastic that has been cut into the shape of a television/table. The numbers "4 37 790" are stamped in white into the bottom of the image. The numbers are random. The artwork was inspired by the casualties of war remembered by various war memorials around the world. Morris sees the face not only as dead, but also hopeful and humorous.
Accession No
PA2012.058

Coastal scene, New Plymouth. Sugar Loaves and Paritutu are visible in the background, as is a surfboat on the shore. An ox-drawn cart and people are on the beach in the foreground. Based on an art work by William Strutt, 1855.
Accession No
A75.068

View of an Italian coastline at sunset.
Accession No
A66.775

Name/Title
View of White Cliffs from Onaero. Three figures are pictured on the beach in middleground and a further three figures are seated in a boat approaching the beach. Foliage in the foreground.
Accession No
A66.055

Watercolour depicting the old Mission House at Moturoa with cleared hills and Mt Taranaki/Egmont in background and cleared, fenced paddocks containing stock in the foreground. Mangaotuku stream also in foreground. Predominately brown hue with green and white highlights. Horse grazing centre bottom.
Accession No
A65.880

View of a mission building on top of a brown, barren hill. Child and woman centre left foreground. Unfinished pencil outline of male figure? on path half way down hill. Small green hedge runs along base of hill and half way along middle of hill. Painted in predominately blue and brown hues with touch of green.
Accession No
A75.419

Name/Title
Memorial to the 57th (West Middlesex) Regiment at Te Henui Cemetery. Mt. Taranaki/Egmont visible in background.
Accession No
A65.909

View of lower Brougham Street, New Plymouth. Buildings include the Taranaki (now Royal) Hotel, News Office and Native Office. Male figure loading horse and cart in middle foreground.
Accession No
A79.835

Residence of Mrs William Honeyfield at Moturoa, circa 1870. Hongi Hongi lagoon is visible in the left middleground and Sugar Loaf Islands in the background. Three cattle in the lower right corner and a flock of sheep near the foreshore. The Honeyfield residence was built by Richard (Dicky) Barret, pioneer trader and whaler of Moturoa.
Accession No
A66.460

St Mary's Anglican Church on Vivian Street, New Plymouth. In the foreground of the picture is the wide dirt road which is now Vivian Street. Along the foot path is a man and a woman. St Mary's is situated in the middleground and surrounded by several large trees.
Accession No
TM.1997.298

Liardet Street, New Plymouth. Marsland Hill Barracks in right background. Street in foreground on which there is a cart with two oxen and a small number of people.
Accession No
A65.887

Ink and wash sketch based on two photographs taken of New Plymouth (VNP 100-P) in 1859, this work depicts a view of Devon Street looking towards Moturoa. Paritutu and the Sugar Loaves visible in the background.
Accession No
A70.074

Watercolour depicting view of shop frontages along King Street, New Plymouth - from the corner of Egmont and King Streets. Rear of current library building visible along left hand side edge.
Accession No
TM.1999.294

Name/Title
View of New Plymouth Public Library / Carnegie Library from corner of Brougham and King streets (main entrance). Following discussions between the mayor of New Plymouth, Mr A.C. Fookes and the American industrialist, Andrew Carnegie, a grant of two thousand five hundred pounds was made on 13 February 1906 to the New Plymouth Borough Council for a new library building. An architectural competition was held, the winning architect being Frank Messenger. The building was formally opened on 1 July 1908 by the Mayor, Mr Gustave Tisch. At this time the museum remained in the old town hall.
Accession No
A95.793

View of the General Post Office, New Plymouth. Cars are parked on the street and figures are pictured walking on the footpath outside the buildings depicted. A man and child are crossing the road in the foreground. The New Zealand flag is flying from the top of the clock tower visible in the background.
Accession No
A65.920

Exterior of the old General Post Office, Devon Street, New Plymouth. Several figures are visible on the pavement outside the post office and a truck is backed up to the building. A flag is flying from the top of the clock tower. Another building is visible next to the post office and another can be seen at the end of the street.
Accession No
A70.078

View of Moturoa Island, largest of the Sugar Loaf Islands, New Plymouth. Sea in foreground.
Accession No
A75.551

Name/Title
View of Paritutu with two buildings and a chimney at the base. Sand and waves in the foreground.
Accession No
A75.555

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

Exterior view of the Sunday School at St Mary's Church, Vivian Street, New Plymouth. Tree and South African War memorial pictured in the foreground. The school building was built in 1853. The first day of the school was run by Mrs W. Bolland and Miss Jenny Newland.
Accession No
A66.674

View of the former New Plymouth airport buildings. Control tower under construction.
Accession No
A85.819
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