- 51/1.8 (Accession Number)
- PD-1951-1-8 (Reference Number)
C.F. Goldie. 1914 (Signature)
Wiremu Pātara Te Tuhi, Ngāti Mahuta.
Costume of korowai (Māori cloak), hei tiki (greenstone figural pendant), kuru (greenstone ear pendant) in one ear, and shark tooth ear pendant.
- 610 mm. x 510 mm. (sight)
- 850 mm. x 750 mm. (frame)
Oil on canvas
- Kuru pounamu (Maori Subject)
- Maori (New Zealand people)--Portraits (General Subject)
- Patara Te Tuhi, 1823-1910 (General Subject)
- Korowai (Maori Subject)
- Hei tiki (Maori Subject)
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Goldie, C. F. (1914) Peeping Patara. Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tamaki Paenga Hira. PD-1951-1-8.
- Original frame.
- Wiremu Pātara Te Tuhi, 1823-1910. Ngati Mahuta. Son of Paratene Maioha, closely related to King Tawhiao whom he accompanied on a visit to England in 1884. Editor of "Te Hokioi" (1861-1863) which was established to foster interest in the King Movement. See also Blackley (1997) pp. 188-90.
- First shown at Auckland Society of Arts exhibition 1914. Original title 'Peeping Patara'. Price £73 s10. One of two portraits of Parata Te Tuhi by Goldie. see PD-1951-1-7. 1947 estate valuation of £30.
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