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Nineteenth Century New Zealand Artists: A Guide & Handbook

MAHONEY, Thomas 1854–1923

MAHONEY, Thomas 1854–1923

Born on a voyage between Adelaide and Auckland, son of Irish architect Edward Mahoney: educated in Auckland. Learned painting from J. C. Hoyte. Exhibited with Society of Artists Auckland 1873; joined his father's architectural firm. Left New Zealand to study abroad c.1883–85; on his return won the commission in open competition for the Auckland Custom House. Designed Kilbryde, Sir John Logan Campbell's house in Parnell, and executed many important commissions for the Roman Catholic Church.