Thomas Redmayne (Working 1860s-70s) New Zealand

Biographical Information

Thomas Redmayne is believed to have arrived in Dunedin, New Zealand from California some time before 1863. He was known for his caricatures of the Otago Provincial Councillors and his illustrations for the Dunedin 'Punch'. Redmayne left New Zealand for California in 1874. His work is represented in the Hocken Library and Otago Early Settlers' Association Edit or add to this biography

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New Zealand War, 1845 - 47, Men of the 96th Foot Storming The Palisades of a Maori Pah'
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New Zealand War, 1845 - 47, Men of the 96th Foot Storming The Palisades of a Maori Pah'
Monochrome water colour with white heightening, 16 x 22 cm
Fine & Applied Art Auction, Cordy's, Auckland.
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Port Macraki
Watercolour, 24 x 35 cm
The Vivienne Leung Collection & Others, Dunbar Sloane, Wellington.
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