High country muster (Erewhon) by Ernest Papps
Art PrintImage size in millimetres: 610 x 450
Erewhon is one of several famous high country stations in the foothills of the Southern Alps. Erewhon is named after the book written by Samuel Butler in 1872. Butler spent a successful few years as a sheep farmer and land speculator in this part of New Zealand before returning to England. This print of a painting by Ernest Papps shows sheep being brought down from the tops in Autumn to spend the winter in the relative hospitality of the river flats.
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