BARRAUD, Charles Decimus;

Queenstown – Cecil Peak

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Watercolour on paper
450 x 725mm (image); 900 x 1150mm (frame)

A label on the frame of this work is engraved ‘A Gift from the Howard Booth Estate’. William Howard Booth (1877–1966) was the only son of William Booth, who founded a well-known timber firm, W. Booth and Company, in the Wairarapa in 1874. This was eventually taken over by Kauri Timber. The New Zealand interests were purchased by Fletcher Holdings.

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C. D. Barraud / NZ. 1890 [l.l.]


Fletcher Trust Collection, gift, via J. R. Fletcher, of the estate of William Howard Booth

Collection and estate of William Howard Booth

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