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Otira Gorge Road, 1866. Nicholas Chevalier. Gift of Mrs Caroline Chevalier, the artist’s widow, England, 1919. Te Papa
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German Romanticism, British Royalty and intrepid journeys are features of the work of the Russian-born artist, Nicholas Chevalier, who visited New Zealand three times in the late 1860s. Using some of the more notable scenes from the collection of over three hundred watercolours and pencil sketches gifted to Te Papa by the artist’s widow, Caroline Chevalier, Tony Mackle, Honorary Research Associate will illustrate the significance of Chevalier’s work to the nineteenth century New Zealand landscape tradition.
This event is now fully booked, to add your name on the waiting list, send us an email [email protected] or phone the office on (04) 381 7051.
Includes refreshments and free parking