Object: Counting the catch, St. Ives
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|Title||Counting the catch, St. Ives|
Collier, Edith (artist), circa 1918-1921, Saint Ives
|Medium summary||oil on paper|
|Materials||oil paint, paper|
|Classification||paintings, works on paper|
x 407mm (Width)
Support: 368mm (Height) x 407mm (Width)
|Credit line||Gift of the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts, 1957|
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- ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. (Nelson Evening Mail, 07 March 1892) -
- AN AMERICAN BEAUTY. A GAY AUCKLANDER, TEMPERANCE COLUMN. THE SAME PERSON NORTH CAROLINA LIQUOR SALOONS. HOMELESS CHILDREN ITEMS FOR LADIES. A NEWSPAPER HOAX. A SHARK STORY. NEWS IN BRIEF AN APT DEFINITION. THE NEW CANADIAN TARIFF. RAILWAY INDIFFERENCE THE SKATING HANDICAP. CAPTAIN COOK'S SHIP â€” TEE ENDEAVOUR. RELICS OF CAPTAIN COOK. PRESENCE OF MIND. THE AUSTRALIAN AND THE JUBILEE JUGGINS. " HOGS, I'VE GOT YOU NOW!" A NEW AND TERRIBLE EXPLOSIVE. FIFTY YEARS AGO IN ENGLAND. A PUGNACIOUS FISH. TOE STORY OF A HAT. AN ALPHABET OF SUCCESS, SOUVENIRS MADE OF A MURDERER'S SKIN. THE BOOTBLACK WAS 'CUTE. THE CORPS DE BALLET ON STRIKE. (Evening Post, 03 December 1887) -
- The Party. (Southland Times, 24 March 1904) -
- THE HEART OF THE SIREN TOUCHED AT LAST. (Taranaki Herald, 24 December 1906) -
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