A singer of many tangi-chants. Hera Puna, widow of the Chief Hori Ngakapa, of the Ngati-Whanaunga and Ngati-Paoa tribes, Hauraki Gulf Coast.
Hami Te Hau, [between 1870 and 1890] wearing a korowai (tag cloak), photographed probably by Samuel Carnell of Napier.
Ta Moko, le Tatouage Maori
ta moko | Ta Moko, le Tatouage Maori | Les Petits Bonheurs de Sophie
New Zealand, Maori Woman Vintage
’Queen Emma’, Thames - Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
New Zealand... and I wouldn't mind seeing an All Blacks match while I'm at it.
An albumen print portrait of Ana Rupene and her child. The photograph was closely copied by the artist Gottfried Lindauer (1839-1926) for one of the series of portraits he produced showing prominent Maori chiefs and their wives, accurately recording their facial tattoos, clothing, ornaments and weapons. Photographer unidentified. The print measures 5.7” by 3.9” (145 mm by 99 mm); it has been neatly skimmed off the album page on which it was once mounted
Maori Girl // photographed by Arthur James Iles
Queen Aotea, third wife of King Tawhiao, mother of Puahaere.