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Te Hei, Ngatiraukawa

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  • Description
    Te Hei, Ngāti Raukawa.
    Costume of korowai (Māori cloak) and hei-tiki (greenstone figural pendant).
  • Identifier
    PD-1951-1-1, 51/1.1
  • Collection area
  • Record richness


  • Catalogue title
    Te Hei, Ngatiraukawa
  • Identifiers
    • 51/1.1  (Accession Number)
    • PD-1951-1-1  (Reference Number)
  • Signature/marks
    C.F. Goldie. Taupo NZ 1907  (Signature)
  • Description
    Te Hei, Ngāti Raukawa. Costume of korowai (Māori cloak) and hei-tiki (greenstone figural pendant).
  • Collection
  • Physical description
    615 mm. x 510 mm.
  • Production
  • Medium
    Oil on canvas
  • Format
  • Subject
    • Korowai  (Maori Subject)
    • Te Hei  (General Subject)
    • Hei tiki  (Maori Subject)
    • Ngati Raukawa (New Zealand people)  (General Subject)
    • Maori (New Zealand people)--Portraits  (General Subject)
    • Painting, New Zealand--20th century  (General Subject)
  • Availability
    • For cultural reasons, copying or reproducing this item requires specific permission. Please contact us for more information.  (Copyright)
    • Access by appointment  (Access Notes)
  • Citation
    Goldie, Charles F. (1907) Te Hei, Ngāti Raukawa. Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tamaki Paenga Hira. PD-1951-1-1.
  • Notes
    • Original frame.
    • First shown at Auckland Society of Arts exhibition 1907 with title 'Te Hei, Ngatiraukawa Tribe.' Exhibition price 60 guineas.
    • 1947 estate valuation £100.
    • See PD-1951-1-4. On display in Maori Court (Painting 8).

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