Tomika Te Mutu, from Bay of Plenty, oil painting by Gottfried Lindauer (c1880)

Tomika Te Mutu, chief of the Ngaiterangi tribe, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, oil painting by Gottfried Lindauer

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Tattoo History - Images of Maori / New Zealand Tattoos - History of Tattoos and Tattooing Worldwide

mod style: gottfried lindauer

Tattoo History - Images of Maori / New Zealand Tattoos - History of Tattoos and Tattooing Worldwide

The postcard came from New Zealand  Maori Warrior, Renata Kawepo Tama-K-Hikarangi by Gottfried Lindauer (1839-1926)

The postcard came from New Zealand Maori Warrior, Renata Kawepo Tama-K-Hikarangi by Gottfried Lindauer

Gottfried Lindauer, Tamati Waka Nene, 1890, oil on canvas

Gottfried Lindauer Tamati Waka Nene, 1895 88 x 70 cm, oil on canvas Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, gift of H.

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A Maori Woman Smoking a Pipe. Oil on canvas, unframed, 68 x 56 cm. Gorgeous picture, and she has a Tā moko. I know my Kiwis. I love my Kiwis :)

King Tawhiao Matutaera Potatau Te Whero Whero, oil painting by Gottfried Lindauer

King Tawhiao Matutaera Potatau Te Whero Whero, I want them to know about our maori heritage too. King Tawhiao who Jyrah is named after and who is my grandfather's family.

Gottfried Lindauer, Ana rupene and child, 1878, oil on canvas - Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki.

Gottfried Lindauer, Ana rupene and child, oil on canvas - Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki.

Portrait of Ngairo Rakai Hikuroa, painted by Gottfried Lindauer (1839–1926), an artist of Czech descent who settled in New Zealand in 1873.    Source: Pitt Rivers Museum Body Arts | Portrait of Ngairo Rakai Hikuroa

Tā moko is the art of facial and body tattooing among the Māori of New Zealand, Portrait of Ngairo Rakai Hikuroa, 1873 byGottfried Lindauer

Te Paea Hinerangi (Guide Sophia) oil on canvas painting, by G. Lindauer. (1896) Auckland Art Gallery.

Te Paea Hinerangi (Guide Sophia) - Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki

Moko, Maori, Painting by Gottfried Lindauer of Maori chief Tukukino, late nineteenth century. Tukukino is wearing the dried skin and beak of the huia bird, now extinct.    "The universality of tattooing is a curious subject for speculation."  —Captain James Cook

Painting by Gottfried Lindauer of Maori chief Tukukino, late nineteenth century. Tukukino is wearing the dried skin and beak of the huia bird, now extinct.

Taraia Ngakuti Te Tumuhia, by Gottfried Lindauer

Taraia Ngakuti Te Tumuhia, by Gottfried Lindauer

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