J.C. Hoyte

John Barr Clarke Hoyte (1835-1913) arrived in Auckland in 1860, where he later held the post of Drawing Master at various schools. A watercolourist, he was one of the most well known artists of his time and later his paintings fetched very high prices in the "colonial art" boom of the 1970s. He helped found, and exhibited with, the Auckland Society of Arts; and exhibited with other societies within New Zealand and in Australia, to which he moved in 1879. He is represented in all major New Zealand and Australian galleries. Hoyte’s most popular paintings today are the two prints of Rotorua’s lost Pink & White Terraces.
The Pink & White Terraces by J.C. Hoyte

The Pink & White Terraces by J.C. Hoyte

NZ$60.00

Te Tarata - The White Terrace by J.C. Hoyte

Te Tarata - The White Terrace by J.C. Hoyte

NZ$60.00

Devil's Punchbowl on the Bealey by J.C. Hoyte

Devil's Punchbowl on the Bealey by J.C. Hoyte

NZ$45.00

The Great South Road Auckland by J.C. Hoyte

The Great South Road Auckland by J.C. Hoyte

NZ$45.00

Bay of Islands by J.C. Hoyte

Bay of Islands by J.C. Hoyte

NZ$45.00