Warwick’s Painting

This is my husband’s oil painting of New Zealand logging days. They felled Kauri trees which is the best wood but now it is against the law as Kauri trees take a 100 years to grow and the early pioneers got rid of too many Kauri trees.

Here is an early train taking the kauri logs away. In the foreground are our beautiful kauri trees.

The kauri trees are threatened by “Die Back” disease and you are not allowed too close to these trees.

Now Warwick is my husband and he painted this as a commission for someone. It’s a Northland scene in not a particular place.


What do you think?

Written by Pamela Moresby


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