[Strutt, William] 1825-1915 :[Studies of Maori, from Onehunga and Taranaki] 1856
Reference Number: E-452-f-014
Nine small studies of standing and seated Maori, mostly in groups. Include a seated portrait of a woman called Martha, wrapped in a blanket, and of a Maori man taking a pig on a rope to market in Taranaki. Three groups of seated Maori are labelled 'Onehunga nr Auckland'. One drawing is a study for Strutt's 'Maori girl with a dog'
Strutt, William 1825-1915 :A collection of drawings in water colour ink and pencil illustrative of the scenery and early life of settlers and Maoris of New Zealand. 1855-1863. 1st series., Reference Number E-452-f (21 digitised items)
Extent: 9 watercolour(s)Pencil and wash 40 x 50 mm to 90 x 125 mm. Art works
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copies in preference to original.
Other copies available: Negative 1/2-053374 shows the whole page, negative 1/2-069425 shows the left side (three sketches of seated Maori); 1/2-069423 shows the centre section (girl with dog, man taking pig to market and Martha) and 1/2-069424 shows the right side (three sketches of seated Maori). The digital image is of the complete page
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