Born in 1838, Henry Rawson was a New Zealand based landscape painter and engraver, who was a professional dentist as well as a hospital Sergeant in the Rifle Volunteers in the New Zealand Wars.
He is represented in the Hocken, Taranake Museum and Te Papa.
He died in 1879. Edit or add to this biography
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