Maori art, Auckland museum, New Zealand

Tikitere Mihi - A Chieftain of the Ngatiuenuku, 1908 by Charles Goldie (New Zealand 1870 -

Goldie painting of Rutene Te Uamairangi, a Kingite Warrior of Taupo.

Thoughts of a Tohunga: Wharekauri Tahuna, Tuhoe Tribe. Pinned by Keva xo.

New Zealand | Portrait of Atama Paparangi based on the photograph “Atama, a Rangi (chief) of the Arawa Maori, ca. 1920, showing traditional moko (facial tattooing) and skin carving”  Seen here wearing hei tiki (neck pendant), shark tooth ear ornament, huia feathers in his hair, and a korowai (tag cloak). | Late 19th century

New Zealand | Portrait of Atama Paparangi based on the photograph “Atama, a Rangi (chief) of the Arawa Maori, ca. 1920, showing traditional moko (facial tattooing) and skin carving” Seen here wearing hei tiki (neck pendant), shark tooth ear ornament, huia feathers in his hair, and a korowai (tag cloak). | Late 19th century

By the artist known as "Goldie" in New Zealand C.F. Goldie 1870-1947 Wiripine Ninia - A Ngatiawa Chieftainess 1911 Oil on canvas I have great admiration for Goldie's work! I grew up loving it!!

By the artist known as "Goldie" in New Zealand C. Goldie Wiripine Ninia - A Ngatiawa Chieftainess 1911 Oil on canvas I have great admiration for Goldie's work! I grew up loving it!

Charles Frederick Goldie	  "Te Aitu Te Irikau (An Arawa Chieftainess)"	  oil on stretched canvas, in original rough cut Kauri frame   signed C F Goldie and dated 1919in brushpoint upper left   270mm x 215mm

Charles Frederick Goldie "Te Aitu Te Irikau (An Arawa Chieftainess)" oil on stretched canvas, in original rough cut Kauri frame signed C F Goldie and dated brushpoint upper left x

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