Thomas Cane (1830-1905) New Zealand

Biographical Information

Born in England in 1830, Thomas Cane trained as an architect before arriving in New Zealand in 1874 to be the Canterbury Provincial Architect. On the abolition of the provinces in 1876, he remained in Christchurch as an architect. He was also known for his watercolour landscapes, and exhibited in the South Island from 1881. His work is represented in the Hocken Library Collection and other public galleries. Cane died in 1905. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Port Lyttelton, NZ
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Port Lyttelton, NZ
Watercolour, 31 x 47 cm
Investment Art, Dunbar Sloane, Auckland.
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