Maori

Te Taupura life mask at the Rotorua Museum. Ta Moko is the traditional chiseling and inking of the face and body of the Maori of New Zealand.

Maori art, Auckland museum, New Zealand The Scorpion Master (added by Karpathian)

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

Goldie's first Maori portrait, Kawhena, 1892. Tāniko border detail.

Goldie's first Maori portrait, Kawhena, Featuring Important, Early & Rare auction 20 November

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

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

Perema Te Pahau, The Bone Scraper by Charles F. Goldie

How Tattoo Designs Have Changed Through History - News - Bubblews

Maori Tribesman

Generation Tattoo

Maori tattoos are part of the culture of the Indigenous people of New Zealand. Maori facial tattoos never cross the midline of the face and were used to instil fear in invaders.

The Memory of What Has Been and Never More Will Be: By C.F. Goldie

Native American Indian Artwork : Charles Goldie :: The Memory Of What Has Been And Never More Will Be.

All 'e same t'e Pakeha by Charles Goldie

All 'e Same t'e Pakeha (Te Aho-o-te-Rangi Wharepu, Ngati Mahuta), oil on canvas painting by Charles Goldie, Dunedin Public Art Gallery - Wikipedia

Art: Ena Te Papatahi - Charles Goldie

Charles Goldie (artist) Memories: Ena Te Papatahi, a Chieftainess of the Ngapuhi Tribe

TITLE:	A Hot Day  ARTIST:	Charles Goldie  COUNTRY OF ORIGIN:	New Zealand  DATE OF CREATION:	1901 AD

C F Goldie painting of a New Zealand maori chief called Patara te Tuhi.

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 Ngāti Awa Chieftainess 1911 Oil on canvas I have great admiration for Goldie's work! I grew up loving it!

Maori art

"Hakopa Te Ata o Tu was a descendant of Tahu Potiki, founder of the Ngāi Tahu people of the South Island and son of rangatira Te Momo Kakahu. Hakopa is remembered as a skilled pounamu carver and he died at his birthplace Kaiapohia in

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