Charles Edward Douglas (1840-1916) New Zealand

Biographical Information

Born in Scotland in 1840, Charles Douglas emigrated to New Zealand to work on a sheep run. He later became a gold miner, cattle farmer, explorer and surveyor. An oil painter and sketcher in watercolours and in wash, his work is represented in the Turnbull Library in Wellington and in the Hocken Library in Dunedin. Douglas died in 1916. Edit or add to this biography

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Okiwi, Ohinimutu
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Okiwi, Ohinimutu
Watercolour
Important, Early & Rare NZ Paintings, International Art Centre, Auckland.
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Kahukiwi
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Kahukiwi
Watercolour, 34 x 25 cm
Important, Early & Rare NZ Paintings, International Art Centre, Auckland.
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Sophia, the Guide, Whakarewarwa, N.Z.
Watercolour, 33 x 24 cm
Australian British, New Zealand & European Historical and Contemporary Paintings etc., Leonard Joel, Melbourne.
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