C1847

Island of Mana

Artist:

Samuel Charles Brees (1810 - 1865)

Mana Island is a three-kilometre long, 2.17 square kilometre table, with cliffs covering much of its coast and a plateau occupying much of the centre. It lies three kilometres off the North Island coast in the Tasman Sea, west of … Read Full Description

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S/N: PIONZ-016-NZN–221237
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Full Title:

Island of Mana

Date:

C1847

Artist:

Samuel Charles Brees (1810 - 1865)

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

84mm 
x 52mm
AUTHENTICITY
Island of Mana - Antique Print from 1847

Genuine antique
dated:

1847

Description:

Mana Island is a three-kilometre long, 2.17 square kilometre table, with cliffs covering much of its coast and a plateau occupying much of the centre. It lies three kilometres off the North Island coast in the Tasman Sea, west of the city of Porirua and to the south of the entrance to Porirua Harbour.

Biography:

Samuel Charles Brees (1810 – 1865)

Painter, architect,
engineer and entrepreneur. Appointed engineer and surveyor to the New
Zealand Company in 1842. He actively promoted emigration to New Zealand
through talks and his own business. There are the finest steel
engravings printer of New Zealand. Early and rare.

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