Maori Carving in Rockside, Lake Taupo, New Zealand - The spiritual & cultural beauty of the Maori rock carvings at Mine Bay on Lake Taupo are over 10 metres high & tower over the deep waters of Lake Taupo.
Carving from Te Hau Ki Turanga meeting house in the Dominion Museum, Wellington | National Library of New Zealand
Maori carving from Te Hau Ki Turanga meeting house in the Dominion Museum, Wellington, with taniko bordered cloak, flute, hook and patu alongside, ...
This engraving by Arnold Frederick Goodwin shows the Ngāpuhi chief Hongi Hika. Like many chiefs of the 1800s, he has a full facial moko (tattoo). Sometimes people with tattoos were described as pou (posts), because like a post they had in a sense been ‘...
Maori woman with a catch of fish, Northland Region | National Library of New Zealand
Maori woman with a catch of fish on the Northland coast, circa 1910. Photograph taken by Arthur James Northwood. Albums at PA1-o-394 to PA1-o-396....
Graham Young – Caravan Avenue | Box Frame Print
Box framed print ready to hang. White frame, approx 34cm x 50cm x 4cm finished. Graham Young has built a reputation for creating paintings that capture the vibrancy of contemporary New Zealand life through sparkling light, bold colour and clear detail. PLEASE NOTE: this print is custom printed to order so please allow approx 10 working days. If you need it sooner, please contact us and we will check which sizes are currently in stock.
Old house, Manawatu - Whanganui, New Zealand
This is a significant battle between a tree that has set it's roots down in the wall of a house, and a supposedly "strong" house. The result is inevitable! This old house has been a farmhouse. It then has had another life as a milking shed (not shown, attached at the back), and that too is now abandoned.
The ancestor Rereahu
Rereahu chose Maniapoto, his son by a second marriage, to succeed him as chief rather than Te Ihingaarangi, his eldest son by his first marriage. Some of Te Ihingaarangi’s people still live in Ōtorohanga as Ngāti Te Ihingaarangi. Photographed around ...