MR. C. N. WORSLEY'S PICTURES.
The last of the Worsley pictures will i to-morrow be on view at Mr. John Leech's gallery in Shortland Street, and i us this will be the last chance the public will have of purchasing from the collection it will, no doubt, attract j a good deal of attention. The late j Mr. C. N. Worsley was one of our most popular watercolour artists. His pic- j tures hang in every public gallery in Neiv Zealand, and it will also be re- ! membered that both Her Majesty the | Queen and Princess Mary have pur- ( chased pictures of the Wanganui River from his brush. In the collection that will be on view at Mr. Leech's from tomorrow, there are a number of very ' characteristic pictures, among which j may be singled out the Wanganui River near Pipiriki, Auckland, from the Domain hill. Mount Sefton near the old Hermitage, and Suffolk Marshes. There I are some very attractive Italian scenes, I which were such a favourite of the artist. and altogether it is a very representative exhibition of the late' artist's work.
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MR. C. N. WORSLEY'S PICTURES., Auckland Star, Volume 55, Issue 44, 21 February 1924
MR. C. N. WORSLEY'S PICTURES. Auckland Star, Volume 55, Issue 44, 21 February 1924
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