C1880

Mt. Phillip Milford Sound

Artist:

Henry William Kirkwood (1854 - 1925)

Henry William (Harry Kirkwood) KIRKWOOD, 1854&#82111925 Professional artist, mainly landscapes in oil. Born Berwick-on-Tweed, Scotland: said to have started training as a solicitor in Edinburgh. Arrived in New Zealand c1879 and seems to have moved from centre to centre working … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Mt. Phillip Milford Sound

Date:

C1880

Artist:

Henry William Kirkwood (1854 - 1925)

Condition:

Technique:

Image Size: 

155mm 
x 230mm

Frame Size: 

260mm 
x 335mm
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Mt. Phillip Milford Sound - Antique Painting from 1880

Genuine antique
dated:

1880

Description:

Henry William (Harry Kirkwood) KIRKWOOD, 1854&#82111925 Professional artist, mainly landscapes in oil. Born Berwick-on-Tweed, Scotland: said to have started training as a solicitor in Edinburgh. Arrived in New Zealand c1879 and seems to have moved from centre to centre working as a professional artist. Was in Dunedin 1888&#821189 Wellington 1890&#821194 Nelson 1894&#82111904, where he taught at Nelson College and was listed as an artist in Wise’s New Plymouth 1906&#821110, and again listed as artist in Wise’s Wanganui 1911&#8211c.14 Palmerston North 1914&#821117 Napier 1917 Auckland 1918&#821122 though listed in Wise’s 1918&#821123. Wise’s also has him listed as a New Plymouth artist 1924&#821147 but though he probably had a short stay in New Plymouth as well as a visit to Whangarei, he left for Sydney early 1924. He died in Sydney. He travelled extensively from his different centres and at one time was visiting much of Fiordland in the steamer Hinemoa, the trip believed to have been arranged by the Government Tourist Department. All through the years he continued to paint and had many pupils. He exhibited at the main art societies and art galleries. References McGahey, The Concise Dictionary of New Zealand Artists Painters Printmakers Sculptors, Page 141

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