Auckland: A History in Paintings
30 paintings of Auckland dating from the 1850s to 2015. The exhibition included original 19th Century paintings and watercolours of Parnell, Mt Eden and One Tree Hill, recent oils of the city and Takapuna and early photographs of Sir John Logan Campbell’s ‘Kilbryde’.
The exhibition featured work by Alfred Walsh, Peter Waddell, Ken Knight, Sir Peter Siddell, Charles D Barraud, Henri Lepetit, Alfred Walsh, J Steven Dews, Paul Hanrahan, Josephine Davis, Mark Venables, George Baloghy, Justin Boroughs, David Barker & David Gibbons.
Many of the paintings were displayed with a photograph of the same view today.
A View of Rangitoto from Kilbryde Garden Parnell, circa 1900
17.5 x 37 cm
W H K
Auckland Harbour circa 1880
18 x 24 cm
Inscribed 'Auckland Harbour' lower right
Charles Decimus Barraud
26 x 37 cm
Anna Kristina and Anna Rosa, Preparing for the Voyage Back Home
31 x 43 cm
Signed lower right
Afternoon Light - Black Rock, Takapuna
Oil on board
32 x 68 cm
Signed & titled
One Tree Hill from Clonbern Rd, Remuera
39 x 49 cm
View of Rangitoto, 1964
33 x 48 cm