Perema Te Pahau, the Bone Scraper, Tuhourangi
- 51/1.10 (Accession Number)
- PD-1951-1-10 (Reference Number)
C.F. Goldie. Auckland NZ 1904 (Signature)
Perema Te Pāhau, Tūhourangi, Ngāti Wāhiao.
Costume of kahu kurī (dog skin cloak), hei tiki (greenstone figural pendant), kuru (greenstone ear ornament) one in each ear, and two huia feathers worn in the hair.
765 mm. x 640 mm.
Oil on canvas
- Perema Te Pahau (General Subject)
- Painting, New Zealand--20th century (General Subject)
- Kahu kuri (Maori Subject)
- Kuru pounamu (Maori Subject)
- Hei tiki (Maori Subject)
- Huia (Maori Subject)
- Maori (New Zealand people)--Portraits (General Subject)
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- Access by appointment (Access Notes)
Goldie, C. F. (1904) Perema Te Pāhau, the Bone Scraper. Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tamaki Paenga Hira. PD-1951-1-10.
- Original frame.
- See Blackley (1997) p. 188.
- First shown at Auckland Society of Arts exhibition 1905. Original title 'Perema Te Pahau (the Bone Scraper), Tuhourangi Tribe.' Exhibition price £31 s10. 1947 estate valuation £40.
- One of two portraits of Perema Te Pāhau by Goldie. see PD-1951-1-20.
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