Oil Painting, Portrait of Jane Faulkner; 0623/97
Oil Painting, Portrait of Jane FaulknerAbout this object
Framed oil painting of Jane Faulkner, one of John Lees Faulkner's twelve children. Artist unknown. Mounted on green/blue card with oval gold surround. The painting has been reframed and discolouration marks show the extent of the old frame. John Lee Faulkner was an early settler at Tauranga and owned a trading store in Otumoetai, along the base of the Otumoetai Pa, in the 1840's. He had twelve children by his first wife - Ruawahine, including Jane. Jane married Captain Daniel Sellars, who worked for the Northern Steamship Company. There is a full file on the Faulkner family at the local history section at Tauranga Library and a vertical file on the Faulkner family at the Village/Museum libraryMedium and Materials
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Hey pretty sure this is my great ..... Grand mother I'm just interested in more information thanks
Hi Adrienne, The image on this website was taken when the painting was being conserved by the Auckland Museum in 1999. During the conservation process the frame and matt were removed leaving the painting as you see it. After conservation the painting was returned to the frame and again looks like how you must remember it. Tauranga Heritage Collection TaurangaHeritage@tauranga.govt.nz
I am Jane's great great granddaughter & my Mother Joy Millar donated this portrate to the Faulkner House at the opening in 1991 at Tauranga Historic Museam. Can you please tell me what happened to the original frame as I remember, it was in pretty good condition & it was a beautiful ornate frame & where is the portrate as I would like to show my husband.
John Lees Faulkner family tree in the attached - also see NZDB - new Zealand dictionary of biography
Jane married Captain Daniel Sellars (not Darrel as stipulated above)
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