William Smaill (1840-1905) New Zealand

Biographical Information

Born in Scotland in 1840, William Smaill arrived in New Zealand in 1858. As a civil engineer he worked for the government in the Otago area. He exhibited his watercolours with the Otago Art Society. Smaill died in 1905. His work is represented in the Alexander Turnbull Library in Wellington. Edit or add to this biography

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Otago Lake Scene
Watercolour, 23 x 41 cm
Two Day National Art Auction, Dunbar Sloane, Wellington.
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Lake Landscape
Watercolour, 23 x 41 cm
Two Day National Art Auction, Dunbar Sloane, Wellington.
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Castle Point
Watercolour, 25 x 47 cm
The Vivienne Leung Collection & Others, Dunbar Sloane, Wellington.
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South Island Lake Scene
Watercolour, 23.5 x 41 cm
Affordable Art Auction, Dunbar Sloane, Wellington.
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Castlepoint
Watercolour, 25 x 47 cm
Fine & Applied Arts, Dunbar Sloane, Wellington.
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