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Waiau Valley Coromandel Harbour

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  • Description
    Sepia wash drawing of a serpentine river in a valley, with hills in the background. Two canoes, one with two sails up, on the water on the right. Canoes pulled up on bank by small Maori village in centre left of image.
  • Other Number
    PD-1952-2-1-13
  • Collection area
  • Record richness
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Catalogue

  • Catalogue title
    Waiau Valley Coromandel Harbour
  • Identifiers
    PD-1952-2-1-13  (Reference Number)
  • Description
    Sepia wash drawing of a serpentine river in a valley, with hills in the background. Two canoes, one with two sails up, on the water on the right. Canoes pulled up on bank by small Maori village in centre left of image.
  • Collection
  • Part of
  • Physical description
    285 mm. x 400 mm.
  • Production
  • Medium
    Pen and ink wash
  • Subject
  • Associated material
    Loose prints (PD 56(1-85), sketchbooks 1-9 PD 56(85-93)
  • Availability
    • No Known Copyright Restrictions  (Copyright)
    • Access by appointment  (Access Notes)
  • Citation
    Heaphy, C. (1853) Waiau Valley Coromandel Harbour. Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tamaki Paenga Hira. PD-1952-2-1-13.
  • Notes
    Three of the Heaphy sketchbooks, (PD 56(85-87), were dismantled from their original sketchbook format and individually mounted, using conservation materials. The original covers and bindings are boxed separately.

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