Maori Faces

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A great Maori Chief, Aotearoa. 1900s. "Repinned by Keva xo".

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The white-haired Maori chief Teroro Tamati...

How traditional Maori face tattoos called Moko describe without words

Striking images, taken by New Zealand's first ever photographer, Elizabeth Pulman, depict the way of life of the Maori, including their unique method of tattooing the face called ta moko, shown.

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

How traditional Maori face tattoos called Moko describe without words

Striking images, taken by New Zealand's first ever photographer, Elizabeth Pulman, depict the way of life of the Maori, including their unique method of tattooing the face called ta moko, shown.

EMBODIED SYMBOLS OF THE SOUTH SEAS: TATTOO IN POLYNESIA | | LARS KRUTAK

INTRODUCTION TO POLYNESIA The Pacific Ocean covers one-third of the planet and washes the shores of numerous island chains, including Polynesia that literally means "many islands." Roughly

Matenga Tukareaho, [ca 1870] Head and shoulders portrait of Matenga Tukareaho of Nuhaka. He has a full facial moko and wears a tag cloak. Photograph taken by Samuel Carnell.

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Te Aho O Te Rangi

Te Aho O Te Rangi | National Library of New Zealand

Te Aho O Te Rangi with moko and patu, circa 1900, photographer unidentified. The photograph has been re-touched and the moko enhanced. Quantity: ...

Portrait of a Maori Chief by G. Pullman, 19th century. Albumen

Culture, Language, Art and Tattoo

Maori are the indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand. Contemporary Maori culture has been shaped by the traditions of its rich cultural heritage.

Cabinet card portrait of Paora Torotoro, chief of Ngati Hinepare, taken, probably in the 1880s, by Samuel Carnell of Napier.

44 Captivating Native Maori Portraits From 19th Century New Zealand - Flashbak

In 1815, the first British missionaries arrived in Aotearoa (land of the long white cloud). Dubbed Nieuw Zeeland by adventurer Abel Tasman Nieuw Zeeland, after the Dutch province of Zeeland, the country would be changed in 1840 when the British and many Maori tribes signed the Treaty of Waitangi.

Portrait of an unidentified Maori woman, New Zealand, 1900-10, photograph by Frank J. Denton.

Unidentified Maori woman - Photograph taken by Frank J Denton | National Library of New Zealand

Unidentified Maori woman, photographed circa 190? by Frank J Denton. Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s). Physical Description: Glass negative

Portraits of Paora Torotoro, Matenga Tukareaho, Tukaroto Matutaera Potatau Te Wherowhero Tawhiao, and one other unidentified Maori man

Portraits of Paora Torotoro, Matenga Tukareaho, Tukaroto Matutaera Potatau Te Wherowhero Tawhiao, and one other unidentified Maori man | National Library of New Zealand

Asssemblage of portraits comprising: (Top left) Paora Torotoro, taken 1880s by Samuel Carnell of Napier. (Top right) Matenga Tukareaho, taken 1870s...

New Zealand Maori Women | Go to home page - Collections of the Alexander Turnbull Library ...

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