The pastoral landscape of England, familiar to many 19th-century New Zealand settlers, is depicted in an oil painting by Henry Milbourne. New Zealand’s rugged tussock- and bush-covered topography was a complete contrast, and new words were needed to describe it.
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Auckland Art Gallery – Toi o Tāmaki
Oil on canvas by Henry Milbourne
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