Painted Maori Images

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"Portrait of Maori man Kamariera Te Hau Takiri Wharepapa" Gottfried Lindauer. Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Polynesian Culture, Polynesian Tattoos, Maori Face Tattoo, Ta Moko Tattoo, Maori Tattoos, Key Tattoos, Face Tattoos

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Rāpata Wahawaha was a military leader from Ngāti Porou. As a child he was a captive slave, but was eventually returned to his people. Despite his time as a slave, he rose to be an important leader of his people. Maori Face Tattoo, Nz History, Maori People, Portrait Art, Portraits, Anzac Day, Maori Art, World War One, Military History

Rāpata Wahawaha

Rāpata Wahawaha was a military leader from Ngāti Porou. As a child he was a captive slave, but was eventually returned to his people. Despite his time as a slave, he rose to be an important leader of his people.

Engraving of a tattooed warrior of Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands, i Adam… Hawaiianisches Tattoo, Samoan Tattoo, Nuku Hiva, Ancient Tattoo, Tattoo Museum, Island Tattoo, Africa People, Filipino Tattoos, French Polynesia

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He Iwi Rangatira - Auckland Art Gallery Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Metal Sculptures, Bronze Sculpture, Maori Face Tattoo, Maori Tattoos, Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Maori Legends

Te Ua Haumene Horopapera Tuwhakararo

Gottfried Lindauer - Te Ua Haumene Horopapera Tuwhakararo

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Māori Portraits Offer a Window into New Zealand’s Colonial History

Gottfried Lindauer's portraits present a collective history of colonial New Zealand, capturing individual identities in a time of great social change and upheaval.

Te Hapuku of Ngāti Te Whatu-i-apiti, Hawkes Bay Treaty Of Waitangi, Ta Moko Tattoo, Maori Words, Tribal Group, Bay Of Islands, Maori Tattoo Designs, Maori Art, Face Tattoos, Different Tattoos

Te Hapuku of Ngāti Te Whatu-i-apiti, Hawkes Bay

On 24 June 1840, Thomas Bunbury and Edward Williams left the HMS Herald and went ashore at Hawkes Bay, landing near Tukituki River. They were there to gain the signature of paramount Ngāti Te Whatu-i-apiti rangatira, Te Hapuku, who had signed the 1835 Declaration of Independence (www.flickr.com/photos/archivesnz/10430000633). Te Hapuku, sometimes called Te Ika-nui-o-te-moana, was born in the late eighteenth century. His kinship links within Ngāti Kahungunu, Rangitāne, Ngāti Ira and other…