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Nineteenth Century New Zealand Artists: A Guide & Handbook

HOGAN, Patrick Joseph c.1805–1878

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HOGAN, Patrick Joseph c.1805–1878

Born Ireland, studied at Royal Academy School in Dublin. Arrived in Auckland on the Oriental Queen 19 September 1849 as Sapper in the Onehunga division of the Fencibles. In 1850 was advertised as “Director” of a drawing class at the Mechanics Institute in Auckland. In 1852 his set of four views of Auckland were lithographed and published. By 1853 was working as a surveyor but is listed as an artist in Parnell, Auckland; by 1854 was working as a government surveyor under Charles Heaphy. Taught drawing at St. Patrick's School and at least by 1856–57 was teaching drawing privately. On 1 March 1858 left Auckland for New South Wales where he first worked as a temporary draughtsman for the Colonial Government. On the appointment being made permanent he continued with the department until his death. Represented: AIML, ACAG.