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On sketchbook mount: Wellington in 1843; on flypage of sketchbook in ink: Thomas Morland Hocken from Sir William Fox. Sir William Fox who well knew the interest I took in old New Zealand & was a frequent visitor at my house, promised to bequeath me…

Lower right (l.r.) in ink: Otago Harbour, John Buchanan; verso in ink: Otago Harbour from the Valley Range. JB.

Attributed to Wilbraham Frederick Evelyn Liardet, 1799-1878

On mount in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: Port Chalmers in 1851 by G.B. Shaw. T.M. Hocken; label: Na Te Hakena Tenei Tiki; verso in pencil: Port Chalmers 1851. C.B. Shaw.

1. It appears to have been mounted and titled for Mrs Buckland. 2. The site of Larnach Castle was known as the Camp by 1876, but not by 1867. Therefore, the date given on the mount title could either be a typographical mistake or reflect the date it…

Lower left (l.l.) on stone: Puketutu from my boat. ’57. ed.100.

Inscribed throughout on stone: Puketutu, Manukau, 3 lithographs by Colin McCahon 1957.1. ed. 100. Published by Peter Webb, High St Auckland.

Verso: Lyttelton Harbour, Christchurch DLusk 1970.

Village of Te Ruatitoko in foreground.
Correspondence: 25 September 1923, to Dr James Johnstone, B.A., F.R.C.S., Richmond, England,
Dear Sir,... your letter to Dr Fulton which was printed in the ODT Aug 15 in which you describe the original…

Lower right (l.r.) in ink: T.M. Hocken; label in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: Drawn in 149 by Mr Charles Henry Kettle, the NZ Company’s Surveyor who took charge of the Company’s surveys in February 1846. Details of these are in my Early History of…

Upper centre (u.c.) - u.r. of b in pencil: Mouth of Otago - from the Settlement May 1/44; u.c. of b in blue-black ink: 9 Entrance to Otago harbour - May 1 1844; verso a in pencil: Entrance to Otago Ap.l 1844

Upper centre (u.c.) in pencil: Upper portion of Port Cooper from hills behind Rapaki. April 1844. Hills over which road might be formed to Great Plain. Gt plain; verso: [94/271]

Lower left (l.l.) with brush: E. Polson; verso in pencil in Brasch

Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: G.O’Brien 1865; l.c. in pencil: Dunedin Harbour from the Caversham Rise; l.r. in ink: T.M. Hocken; through image in pencil: [location & colour notes, gridlines]; verso: [sketch of Dunedin from the South].

Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: Greetings to Mondrian’s Chrysanthemum of 1908; l.r. in pencil: Colin McCahon August 1971 Kaipara Flat; papermakers chop: Steinbach Malmedy; label: Mollers Gallery.

Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: Colin McCahon August ’71; l.r. in pencil: Kaipara Flat; papermakers chop: Steinbach Malmedy.

Lower right (l.r.) with brush: Colin McCahon 41; verso with brush: Otago Harbour Colin McCahon 1941; verso in ink: oil on gesso 25 gns; verso in ink: 24 Prestwick St, Maori Hill, Dunedin; verso in ballpoint pen: 15gns; verso in pencil: 30 green…

Lower right (l.r.) in ink: D. Lusk 1961; in red ballpoint pen: A

Label by W. Holmes transcribed in ink by Dr Hocken: I. 1. Rhodes’s farm, Banks Peninsula. 2. A native Pah. 3. Pulao Bay. 4. Castle Eden, 930 tons. 5. Sumner Road. 6. Town of Lyttelton. 7. Port Vict. 8. Quail Island (abounding in good bldg stone) 9.…
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