The Daughter of the Dawn: A Realistic Story of Maori Magic. William Reginald Hodder. Illustrations by Harold Piffard. First edition. London: Jarrold & Sons, 1903. An excellent lost race adventure novel in which ancient Lemurians survive in New Zealand. A variation on Haggard’s “She” theme and comparable to the work of A. Merritt.

The Daughter of the Dawn: A Realistic Story of Maori Magic. William Reginald Hodder. Illustrations by Harold Piffard. First edition. London: Jarrold & Sons, 1903. An excellent lost race adventure novel in which ancient Lemurians survive in New Zealand. A variation on Haggard’s “She” theme and comparable to the work of A. Merritt.

Mana Wahine Series 2012/2013: Hine Ata (Morning Maiden)

Mana Wahine Series 2012/2013: Hine Ata (Morning Maiden)

Title: Kaitiaki (guardian). This artwork was inspired by an old Maori story told by Nahu Haeata Jnr.  The background is a tukutuku panel. The name of this pattern is called Mangaroa - The Milky Way. Every star is Tipuna. Here is the link to the story if anyone is interested in reading : http://www.rangitane.iwi.nz/education/index.php/k/kaitiaki

Title: Kaitiaki (guardian). This artwork was inspired by an old Maori story told by Nahu Haeata Jnr. The background is a tukutuku panel. The name of this pattern is called Mangaroa - The Milky Way. Every star is Tipuna. Here is the link to the story if anyone is interested in reading : http://www.rangitane.iwi.nz/education/index.php/k/kaitiaki

Maori Tales of Long Ago is a fresh facsimile edition of a classic collection of sixteen stories adapted from Maori mythology for a young readership. The tales were originally published by A.W. & A.H. Reed during the late 1940s in two hardback volumes, Maori Tales of Long Ago and Wonder Tales of Maoriland. Best-sellers of their time, they gave a generation of New Zealand children a lyrical introduction to the world of Maori mythology.

Maori Tales of Long Ago is a fresh facsimile edition of a classic collection of sixteen stories adapted from Maori mythology for a young readership. The tales were originally published by A.W. & A.H. Reed during the late 1940s in two hardback volumes, Maori Tales of Long Ago and Wonder Tales of Maoriland. Best-sellers of their time, they gave a generation of New Zealand children a lyrical introduction to the world of Maori mythology.

Acrylic and Oil on Canvas : Hinepukohurangi and Hinewai.  Read the story - http://allpoetry.com/poem/2554570-Uenuku-and-the-Mist---a-Maori-legend.-by-hugh_wyles

Acrylic and Oil on Canvas : Hinepukohurangi and Hinewai. Read the story - http://allpoetry.com/poem/2554570-Uenuku-and-the-Mist---a-Maori-legend.-by-hugh_wyles

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