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Walter Armiger Bowring’s atmospheric depiction of the Maheno sailing from Wellington in 1915
From the 1960s Rita Angus was recognised as one of the leading figures in 20th-century New Zealand art.
Portrait of artist George French Angas, 1844
Augustus Earle was the first European artist to establish himself for a time in New Zealand and make a prolonged study of part of the country and a number of its people.
Samuel Brees painting of the now destroyed Maraenuku pā in Lower Hutt
Painting of James Crichton VC
Painting showing a train arriving at Ferrymead in December 1863
International war art donated to New Zealand following the First World War
Sunken road near Solesmes by George Edmund Butler, October 1918
Menin Road from Hooge Crater by George Edmund Butler, circa 1918
Butte de Polygon by George Edmund Butler, 1920.
New Zealanders graves in Codford churchyard by Frederick Herbert Cumberworth, circa 1918
NZ Military HQ Bloomsbury Square, London by G. E. Woolley, 1919.
With the Anzac Wireless Squadron in Persia by H. M. McFarlane, circa 1918.
Portrait of Nugent Hermann Welch by Victor Leonard William Mitchell
Painting of a howitzer artillery gun by Nugent Welch, circa 1918
The meeting of J.C. Firth with Te Kooti near Matamata.
Te Kooti's sacred house at Te Whāiti.
Waerenga-a-Hika pā
War artist Russell Clarke's painting of crew members cleaning the boilers on HMNZS Breeze

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