National Centennial Exhibition of New Zealand Art Catalogue
David Con Hutton
D. C. Hutton was born in Dundee, Scotland, in 1843, and studied at the School of Art there, winning a free studentship, and in 1859 being appointed an art pupil teacher. He continued his studies in modelling and later published his freehand drawing series. In 1870 he arrived in Otago as drawing master appointed by the Otago provincial government, and he forthwith established the School of Art in Dunedin, of which he was principal till his death in 1910.
166 WOODHAUGH, DUNEDIN (oil)
167 STUDY OF A GIRL (chalk drawing)
168 HUT ON THE MILFORD TRACK (sepia)
Lent by the Misses Hutton, Dunedin