National Centennial Exhibition of New Zealand Art Catalogue
James Cook was born in Heathcote Valley in 1904 and received seven years' training at the Canterbury College School of Art, working as well during most of this period. In 1926 he won a travelling scholarship and attended the College of Art and the Scottish Academy at Edinburgh. Later he visited Italy. He works with water colours, oils, and pencil.
61 GERONA—THE ROAD TO FRANCE (water colour)
Lent by Dr Robert Stout, Wellington
62 SELF PORTRAIT (pencil)
Lent by F. A. Shurrock, Esq., Christchurch