"Bonithon - Residence of J. C. Sharland."

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Circa 1850
Depicts "Bonithon", residence of James Cragg Sharland, a friend of the artist. The main house, which was built during the 1850s and located on Bonithon Avenue (New Plymouth), is visible to the left middleground. To the right foreground are the original stables, sheds and gardeners cottage. The Grey Institute is located at the extreme right. Watercolour has been attributed to John Gully.
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Circa 1850
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Gifted April 1942 by Mrs Elizabeth Churton (nee Sharland), Matamata (Daughter of James Cragg Sharland)
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