John Kinder(17 September 1819 – 5 September 1903) was a British /New ZealandAnglicanclergyman, teacher, artist and photographer.
While most of Kinder's life was devoted to theology and education, he became known after his death as an artist and photographer. Most of his work centered around landscape and architectural portraits.He is particularly known for his watercolour paintings.One of his most well-known photographic works was the portrait ofWiremu Tamihana, which was used as the front cover of the 1864 book,The Maori Kingby John Gorst.Kinder's photographs of Parnell in the 1860s have been preserved as a historical record of colonial Auckland.His works as an artist and photographer have only been exhibited on a few occasions.They were first shown in 1871 and again in 1873 by the Auckland Society of Artists of which Kinder was a founding member.
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