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

Unidentified Maori Male Manatunga exhibition from the Sir George Grey Special Collections A2 7-A6990  Copyright: No known Copyright. Please acknowledge 'Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries

Manatunga exhibition from the Sir George Grey Special Collections

Unidentified Maori Male Manatunga exhibition from the Sir George Grey Special Collections A2 7-A6990 Copyright: No known Copyright. Please acknowledge 'Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries

Profile head and shoulders portrait of Ngati Whatua leader Paora Tuhaere, taken circa 1880-1892 by Frederick Pulman. Shows moko.

Profile head and shoulders portrait of Ngati Whatua leader Paora Tuhaere, taken circa 1880-1892 by Frederick Pulman. Shows moko.

Tukaroto Matutaera Potatau Te Wherowhero Tawhiao, [ca 1870s]. He has full facial moko and wears a tiki. Photographer unknown.

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Manuscripts & pictorial collections from the Alexander Turnbull Library.

New Zealand | Maori girl; wearing Hei Tiki (neck pendant); huia feathers in her hair, ear ornament of ribbon, and korowai (tag cloak) | Late 19th century | Photographed by Foy Brothers

photographic print (black and white); carte-de-visite | British Museum

Photograph (black and white); carte de visite; portrait of Maori girl; wearing Hei Tiki (neck pendant); huia feathers in her hair, ear ornament of ribbon, and korowai (tag cloak); New Zealand. Albumen print

Foy Brothers, Thames, Young Maori Woman with Moko Wearing Korowai Cloak and Hei Tiki, c. 1872-86, Albumen carte-de-visite photograph

Pounamu Tāonga...The Maori Hei Tiki.

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New Zealand | Portrait of Atama Paparangi based on the photograph “Atama, a Rangi (chief) of the Arawa Maori, ca. 1920, showing traditional moko (facial tattooing) and skin carving”  Seen here wearing hei tiki (neck pendant), shark tooth ear ornament, huia feathers in his hair, and a korowai (tag cloak). | Late 19th century

photographic print (colour) | British Museum

Photochemical print (colour); portrait of a Maori man, Atama Paparangi, showing head and shoulders; with facial moko (tattoo), wearing hei tiki (neck pendant), shark tooth ear ornament, huia feathers in his hair, and a korowai (tag cloak); New Zealand.

King Tāwhiao. A portait of the 2nd Maori King, a leader of great mana, held in a high degree of tapu or sacredness and restriction.

King Tāwhiao

This portrait is of the second Māori king, Tāwhiao, a leader of great mana. Such leaders also held a high degree of tapu or sacredness and restriction.

A great Maori Chief, Aotearoa. 1900s.

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c.1880s, Mere Nako of Te Atiawa tribe, a 'kuia' (Maori female elder) who lived in Motueka, near Nelson on the north end of the South Island, New Zealand // she is wearing a 'hei-tiki,' a traditional Maori pendant usually made out of pounamu (greenstone)

Maori taonga, collections and museums

An example of how different belief systems, values and concepts of ownership can be successfully reconciled.

Maori Chief with Moko tattoo, photograph by Iles, Auckland, circa 1890 #maoritattoosface

Maori Chief with Moko tattoo, photograph by Iles, Auckland, circa 1890 #maoritattoosface

Unidentified Maori man with moko, circa 1880. Photographer unidentified.

Unidentified Maori man with moko | National Library of New Zealand

Unidentified Maori man with moko, circa 1880. Photographer unidentified. This man was previously identified at Te Pehu. Quantity: 1 b&w original ...

Kapi Kapi, Aged 102 by Charles Goldie

Kapi Kapi, Aged 102 by Charles Goldie

Kapi Kapi, Aged 102 by Charles Goldie

Resultado de imagem para Charles Goldie

Resultado de imagem para Charles Goldie

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 unidentified Maori woman]. From the series: The last of New Zealand's tattooed Maori people

[Portrait of unidentified Maori woman]. From the series: The last of New Zealand's tattooed Maori people

I like the suit and the sort of disdainful/smoulder look he's got goin on.

Unidentified Maori man with a moko | National Library of New Zealand

Unidentified Maori man with a moko. He is dressed in a European suit. Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s).

Weapons

Maori club; Polynesia.   UBC Museum of Anthropology

Maori club; Polynesia. UBC Museum of Anthropology

Extremely rare long Strike Patiti Paraoa (hatchet), the iron

Extremely rare long Strike Patiti Paraoa (hatchet), the iron…

Extremely rare long Strike Patiti Paraoa (hatchet), the iron blade with no makers mark is of the type known to have been traded by the British navel contingencies during the early 19th century, the shaft is created from dense marine ivory, possible sperm whale, the use of such prestigious material suggests this was a weapon created for a warrior of great mana. Masterfully crafted the Patiti Paraoa was an extremely effective weapon against horse mounted opponents. A number of Gustavus von…

Hoeroa, a weapon fashioned from whale's bone. Dominion Museum photo

Hoeroa, a weapon fashioned from whale's bone. — Dominion Museum photo | NZETC

Hoeroa, a weapon fashioned from whale's bone. Dominion Museum photo

Samuel Charles Brees, 1810-1865: [Study of carved axe-handle between 1842-1845] A carefully-detailed Maori carved handle with wooden inserts and a European axe-head.

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Manuscripts & pictorial collections from the Alexander Turnbull Library.

patiti ( hatchet)with harpoon head,1830-1850 maker unknown, otaki wood, cast iron

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Maori War Axe 'Toki Kakauroa' with fine carving | Polynesian, Oceanic and aboriginal art and tribal weapons from Ashoka Arts

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Maori War Axe 'Toki Kakauroa' with fine carving | Polynesian, Oceanic and aboriginal art and tribal weapons

Weapons carried by Te Kooti and Peka Makarini

Weapons carried by Te Kooti and Peka Makarini | National Library of New Zealand

The bone club (kotiate) carried by Te Kooti, and the tomahawk (patiti) carried by his lieutenant Peka Makarini. Photographed by an Evening Post st...

Stunning Maori Patu (a short stone club)

Stunning Maori Patu (a short stone club)

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Two-handed weapons

Two-handed weapons

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IMPORTANTE MASSUE MAORI, NOUVELLE-ZELANDE De type "Patu paraoa", la lame en os de[...], Art Tribal chez Artcurial

IMPORTANTE MASSUE MAORI, NOUVELLE-ZELANDE De type "Patu paraoa", la lame en os de[...], Auction est la plateforme de vente aux enchères d'objets d'art de référence. | Auction.fr

Maori Toki Poto or Patiti, National Army Museum, London

Maori Toki Poto or Patiti, National Army Museum, London

Carvings

Richard Aldridge (@TribalJunkie) | Twitter

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Maori Artist Iwi Le comte #wakahuia #papahou #maoricarving

Maori Artist Iwi Le comte #wakahuia #papahou #maoricarving

Hei-tiki, a symbol of status

The waters of greenstone | New Zealand

A visit to the West Coast of New Zealand wouldn't be complete without finding out more about Pounamu or Greenstone carving.

the entrance to maketu pā, ca 1860s

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the entrance to maketu pā, ca 1860s

VIII. Otago Museum: Maori exhibits - fergusmurraysculpture.com

VIII. Otago Museum: Maori exhibits

To Five Maori Painters

The Greatest of Oceanic Art: Arguing Aesthetics

The Greatest of Oceanic Art: Arguing Aesthetics, Friends Of Ethnic Art

The Greatest of Oceanic Art: Arguing Aesthetics International Experts Illuminate and Discuss Favorite Unseen Masterpieces 10am, Sunday, February 21, The...

wooden carved polynesian figure from the new zealand maori

Polynesian Sculpture | sell Polynesian Sculpture | Polynesian Carvings

Polynesian Sculpture is some of the most valuable and sort after pieces of tribal art. There are many different Polynesian Sculpture types, which vary depending on the region they come from

A rare free-standing Maori image. Human hair is attached to the figure's scalp.

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A rare free-standing Maori image. Human hair is attached to the figure's scalp.

MAORI FIGURE, NEW ZEALAND Estimate 70,000 — 100,000 EUR LOT SOLD. 91,500 EUR Sotheby's

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Greenstone (nephrite jade) pendant for high-ranking men and women ("hei tiki"). New Zealand, Maori people; 19th c. Height 8 cm. South Australian Museum, Adelaide. (Acquired 1917.) Shown in Truus Daalder, *Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment*. Footnote: even when we lived in NZ (from 1966-76) these were already always substantially priced and keenly collected. For that matter, Maori art has been admired for a very long time. Source: Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment

Greenstone (nephrite jade) pendant for high-ranking men and women ("hei tiki"). New Zealand, Maori people; 19th c. Height 8 cm. South Australian Museum, Adelaide. (Acquired 1917.) Shown in Truus Daalder, *Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment*. Footnote: even when we lived in NZ (from 1966-76) these were already always substantially priced and keenly collected. For that matter, Maori art has been admired for a very long time. Source: Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment

Tekoteko - Māori Art Gallery - Aotearoa

Tekoteko - Māori Art Gallery - Aotearoa

Maori Box supported by crouching figure - c.1800-50, New Zealand

, Box supported by crouching figure

Maori Box supported by crouching figure - c.1800-50, New Zealand

Pine Taiapa standing with items of Maori wood carvings (probably his own work) for the Kahungunu Meeting House in Nuhaka. Photograph taken circa 1940s, by an unidentified photographer.

Pine Taiapa and Maori wood carvings | National Library of New Zealand

Pine Taiapa standing with items of Maori wood carvings (probably his own work) for the Kahungunu Meeting House in Nuhaka. Photograph taken circa 19...

STATUE, MAORI, NOUVELLE-ZÉLANDE MAORI FIGURE, NEW ZEALAND

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Standing Ancestor Figure New Zealand, Maori culture, possibly Rongowhakaata people Te Huringa period c. 1800–1840

Standing Ancestor Figure New Zealand, Maori culture, possibly Rongowhakaata people Te Huringa period c. 1800–1840

Oceanic Art | de Young

Oceanic Art

The de Young has exhibited Oceanic art since its opening in 1895. M. H. de Young and museum supporters purchased works from the California International Midwinter Exposition that still form the core of the Oceanic collection.

- A superb small lintel or pare (also known as korupe) from a marae, the meeting-house, or from a pataka, the chiefly treasure and food storage house.

A superb small lintel or pare (also known as korupe) from a marae, the meeting-house, o...

Taupo area, Maori People, Central North Island, New Zealand, Polynesia. Kauri pine wood (agathis australis) and red pigment, called kokowai, which is obtained

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Topic: Korowai style of cloak | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Korowai style of cloak | Collections Online

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Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand: Māori comb and feather adornments #HCFpost

Comb and feather adornments

During James Cook's first expedition to New Zealand (1769–70), artist Sydney Parkinson recorded the variety of hairstyles and head adornments shown in this composite portrait. These six men have their hair tied or rolled in various styles, five have it secured with heru (carved combs) ...

Tama-te-kapua - captain of the Te Arawa canoe, Te Papaiouru Marae, Ohinemutu

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This photo from Waikato, North Island is titled 'Te Arawa-Standing Strong'.

Maori Pataka - Hamilton, Waikato

Hamilton

This photo from Waikato, North Island is titled 'Maori Pataka'.

Maori warrior chief. Philip James de Loutherbourg; artist; circa 1785, John Webber; artist; 1785

Maori warrior chief. Philip James de Loutherbourg; artist; circa 1785, John Webber; artist; 1785

Maori Koauau Flute

Maori Koauau Flute on Stand from ShopNZ.com

This beautifully carved Maori Koauau is a replica of the traditional flute. The flute was originally from wood or bone, and sometimes stone. bone would...

One of the enigmas of Oceanic music is the putorino, a flute-like instrument once made by the Maori people of Aotearoa (New Zealand).  Fashioned from a piece of split wood, hollowed out and then bound back together to form the body of the instrument, putorino have a single hole at the top and a figure-eight-shaped hole at the center

Maori | Pūtōrino | Maori people | The Met

One of the enigmas of Oceanic music is the putorino, a flute-like instrument once made by the Maori people of Aotearoa (New Zealand). Fashioned from a piece of split wood, hollowed out and then bound back together to form the body of the instrument, putorino have a single hole at the top and a figure-eight-shaped hole at the center

Maori instrument (putatara) Made from Monkeypod  Contecreations   Made custom to order

Maori instrument (putatara) Made from Monkeypod Contecreations Made custom to order

Pūtātara me Pukāea

Fig. 70. Trumpets. — a, flax; b, shell; c, shell with long mouthpiece; d, wood; e, double mouth; a, c-e, after Andersen (2); b, after Best (18)

Pūtātara me Pukāea

Maori bone Koauau flute by Yuri Terenyi

Guest Artists - Bone & Deer Antler

Most of these carvings are necklaces or wearable art pieces created by visiting guest artists while others are very special works which have been kept by the artists in their own private collections until now. Some have already been given names by the artists who created them, often telling a powerful story.These carvi

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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.

Maori Artist Iwi Le comte #wakahuia #papahou #maoricarving

Maori Artist Iwi Le comte #wakahuia #papahou #maoricarving

An awesome New Zealand Maori war boat at The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Pageant

The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Pageant in pictures

An awesome New Zealand Maori war boat at The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Pageant

These old Maori Ringatu flags.

Ringatū flags: Te Wepu

This is a drawing of the battle flag of prophet and military leader Te Kooti. It is known as Te Wepu (the whip) and was 15.8 metres wide and 1.2 metres high. It was made by nuns from Greenmeadows, Napier, for Ngāti Kahungunu. Te Kooti captured it from the tribe in 1868. It was subsequently ...

A Good Catch: 1910 "Maori woman with a catch of fish on the Northland coast." Glass negative by Arthur James Northwood

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