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Charles Decimus Barraud

Pharmacist, artist.

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C. D. Barraud's lithograph of the Maori Church at Otaki, until lately the most beautiful public building in New Zealand. Unhappily, recent restoration has brought changes, among them the substitution of reeded glass for the fine old lead-light windows Fig. 10—Wharepouri, Cousin to Te Puni. The Ship Tory in the Offing. Figs. 9 and 10 are reproductions of photos by Mr. Hapi Love, Junior, from the Original Paintings by Mr. C. D. Barraud (1861) hanging in Mr. Hapi Love's Maori Hall in his house (Taumata) on Korokoro Hill, Pito-one Fig. 185.—C. D. Barraud, Esq. Photo by courtesy Sir F. R. Chapman Fig. 54—Te Puni. From an oil painting by Mr. C. D. Barraud Fig. 98.—Homewood, Karori, 1849. The residence of Mr. Justice H. S. Chapman, and birthplace of Ernest, Arthur, Catherine, and Sir F. R. Chapman. Photo from a painting by C. D. Barraud, Esq., an old friend of the family. The property included a portion of the Cemetery area From an oil-painting by C. D. Barraud] — An Early Colonial Home Mr. Charles Decimus Barraud The Pink Terraces, from 'New Zealand Graphic and Descriptive' by C. D. Barraud (1877). This wonder of the Thermal Regions, destroyed in the Tarawera eruption of 1886, was well known to the old-time Maori


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