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"Maori" - Daniela Uhlig (Berlin, b. 1982) {figurative art illustration beautiful female head feathers native-american indian woman face portrait digital painting #loveart}

Berlin artist and illustrator Daniela Uhlig shares some beautiful portraits of ethnic women using digital mediums. Prolific Berlin artist a.

Maori face and body tattoos called Moko describe families and ...

How traditional Maori face tattoos called Moko describe without words

Incredible portraits of Maori women from the National Library of New Zealand.

Portrait of Makire Pikihuia (Maori Woman), wearing a korowai (tag cloak),taken on 17 December 1892

Colonial New Zealand Wars Māori and militia | DRESSING THE LINES

Colonial New Zealand Wars Māori and militia

"Tom Adamson (a Pākehā–Māori) and Wiremu Mutu (kūpapa Māori both wearing the rapaki.

Maori woman from Hawkes Bay district, 1880s

Carte de visite portrait of an unidentified Maori woman, taken, probably in the by Samuel Carnell of Napier.

Mrs J A Jury is probably the wife of John Alfred Te Whatahoro Jury (Te Whatahoro) of Papawai; however, Te Whatahoro had nine wives over a period of fifty years, and there is no information about which wife the woman in this photograph may be. The moko of the woman on the right identifies her as Te Aitu-o-te-rangi Wikitoria Jury (daughter of Te Whatahoro Jury).

The late and early century photographs show some of the last Maori women to wear the traditional ta moko face marking in New Zealand before it was outlawed by British colonialists.

Carte de visite portrait of a Maori woman wearing a korowai (tag cloak), probably associated with the Pai Marire party who executed Carl Sylvius Volkner at Opotiki in 1864, taken in the 1870s by Samuel Carnell of Napier.

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