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Portrait of elderly Maori woman smoking a pipe and holding basket. She has a green moko and is wearing a blue top with greenish scarf on her head.
Accession No
A66.171

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Head and shoulders portrait of elderly Maori woman. Has grey hair, green moko on chin, black scarf on head and shoulders. Bluish background.
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A66.297

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Framed reproduction of Charles Goldie's painting of Patara Te Tuhi. Depicts an old Maori man with his head tipped to the side and his eyes closed, possibly sleeping. He is wearing a suit, has a facial moko and has a long greenstone earring in one ear. Goldie's signature can be seen above his shoulder on the right hand side of the reproduction.
Accession No
A66.142

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Portrait of Paul Parau of Gisborne, a relative of Ngapai Ngatata. He is dressed in a white shirt, vest and jacket. He has a facial moko and a white beard.
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A66.141

Portrait of elderly Maori woman with short, grey curly hair and green chin moko. Is wearing green top and tooth earrings with red tips. Pink background.
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A66.260

Drawing of a Maori chief with full facial moko. He is wearing a cloak, hei tiki, nephrite earrings, and has two feathers in his hair. Various annotations beneath image in Gordon's handwriting.
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A66.176

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Portrait of Maori woman wearing dark green top and tooth earrings. Has green chin moko.
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A66.259

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Elderly Maori lady with blue scarf around her head, and moko on her chin. Green background.
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A66.248

Portrait of Parehauotu Hapimana (married name unknown) with grey hair and green chin moko. Clothed in bluish/grey jacket and facing slightly sideways.
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A66.249

Portrait of Te Rangihaeata, of Ngati Toa, with grey curly hair, cloak, taiaha, and greenstone pendant. Coastal scene depicted in the background.
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A66.150

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Bust portrait of Maori woman with fringed korowai holding two huia feathers. Nephrite (greenstone) ear and neck pendants with black ribbon. Chin and lips decorated with moko. Two huia feathers in hair.
Accession No
A83.741

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Portrait of Te Wharepouri, a Te Atiawa chief. He has a full facial moko and is wearing a cloak. He is gesturing with a mere. He is standing on a hillock in front of a coastal scene. The ship "Tory" is pictured behind him. A waka (canoe) and several figures are pictured behind Wharepouri on the left. The background is Wellington Harbour, probably looking towards the harbour entrance, with Miramar peninsula on the right, taken from the western shore, near Petone. The painting is based on an artwork by Charles Heaphy.
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A66.144

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Portrait of a Maori woman. Hands are crossed. She is wearing tooth earrings with red beads and boars tusk pendant. Grey shawl with flower motif on right handside covers her shoulders.
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A66.172

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Elderly Maori lady smoking pipe. Marohia Kupe was the second wife of Pokaia Tawhiao. Has grey hair, green chin moko, and is wearing reddish/brown top. Marohias son was Te Warehi Arama and his daughter
is Roti. Te Warehi Arama is an only child his other siblings are whangai.
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A66.238

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Head and shoulder portrait of Maori woman. She has a green moko on her chin and is wearing a hei tiki and bone earrings. Yellow/green background.
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A66.289

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Head and shoulders portrait of Maori woman. Has green chin moko, is clothed in blue top and is wearing tooth earrings. Greenish background.
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A66.300

Oil portrait of Rangi Kuini Wikitoria Topeora. She is wearing a cloak with a patterned border and has four feathers in her hair. She is wearing long pounamu [greenstone] ear pendants and is wearing an elaborate pounamu [greenstone] necklace comprised of several different pieces. She is seated. A small part of the chair is visible on the right hand side of the painting. Topeora was a niece of Ngati Toa leader Te Rauparaha, and a sister of Te Rangihaeata. She was one of only a few women to sign the Treaty of Waitangi. When she was baptised at Otaki by Bishop Selwyn she insisted on taking the name Kuini Wikitoria [Queen Victoria].
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A66.140

Oil portrait of Rahapa te Whi Whi, daughter of Rangi Kuini Wikitoria Topeora. She is wearing a cloak with a patterned border and has shoulder length dark hair. She has a moko on her chin.
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A66.148

Portrait of elderly Maori woman with green chin moko and long grey hair in two plaits. She is wearing a green jacket with red and grey scarf. Dark blue background.
Accession No
A66.173

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Portrait of Maori woman wearing green jacket, purple shirt and earrings. She has a green chin moko.
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A66.251

Head and shoulders portrait of elderly Maori woman clothed in a feather cloak. Her right hand holds a cloak in place around her neck. She has grey hair and a green chin moko.
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A66.261

Portrait of elderly Maori lady sitting with arms crossed over lap. She has a green chin moko and is clothed in greyish/blue top. Green background. Painted from a photograph taken by Marti Friedlander in 1967.
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A66.174

Portrait of Maori woman smoking a cigarette. She has grey curly hair and a chin moko. She is wearing a green dress with a green and pink scarf and greenstone (nephrite) earrings. A mug is sitting on the table she is leaning against and the artist's signature has been painted in such a way as to look like steam coming out of the cup.
Accession No
A66.234

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Elderly Maori lady with moko, feather cloak, nephrite (greenstone) hei tiki, and nephrite (greenstone) earrings. Khaki background.
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A66.232

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Head and shoulders portrait of Maori woman with green moko. She has a cloak draped over right shoulder and white feathers in her hair. She is wearing a hei tiki, tooth earrings and a brooch. Greenish background.
Accession No
A66.235
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