The cookhouse at Morven Hills Station in Central Otago was built in the early 1870s – about 130 years before artist Peter Brown painted it. At shearing time over 100 men would have been fed here. One of the chimneys was for a bread oven; the other was for general cooking.
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Peter Brown Artist
Oil painting by Peter Brown
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