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Edith Collier : Her life and work (1885-1964)
(University of Canterbury. Art History, 1998)
Edith Collier (1885-1964) is a Wanganui artists whose life and oeuvre is the subject of this biographical essay and catalogue raisonné. She was educated in Wanganui, and at the age of twenty-seven years travelled to Britain ...
Building the dominion : government architecture in New Zealand, 1840-1922
(University of Canterbury. Art History, 1997)
The evolution of the architecture of government buildings erected by the Crown's principal architectural office in New Zealand is surveyed from 1840, when New Zealand was annexed by Britain, to 1922, when its first Government ...
Stained glass in Canterbury, New Zealand, 1860 to 1988
(University of Canterbury. Art History, 1992)
The region of Canterbury, New Zealand, contains a large collection of nineteenth and twentieth-century stained glass windows. Founded by British emigrants in 1850 as a Church of England settlement, Canterbury retained close ...
The architecture of Cecil Wood.
(University of Canterbury. School of Fine Arts, 1996)
This thesis examines the career of the New Zealand architect, Cecil Walter Wood (1878-1947). Chapter One outlines Wood's family background, his training as an articled pupil in the office of Frederick Strouts and as a ...