Webber, John, 1751-1793 :The inside of a hippah, in New Zealand. J. Webber del; B. T. Pouncy sculp. [London, Strahan, 1784]
Reference Number: B-098-011
The open marae area of a pa, with low houses around the edge of the area, a brushwood palisade and the sea and hills beyond. In the foreground are two groups of Maori, one including a man leaning on a spear with others seated at his feet, the other with two men or women seated. The foreground area with the pa is thought to be Cook's 'Hippah Island', a now unnamed islet just south of Motuara Island in Queen Charlotte Sound, looking north, with the steep sides of Motuara Island rising beyond the pa.
1 image, categorised under Engravings, related to Benjamin Thomas Pouncy, Drawn from nature ; Europeans record New Zealand, John Webber, Motuara Island, Queen Charlotte Sound, Maori - Pa - New Zealand - Marlborough Region, Cook, James, 1728-1779 - Voyages, 3rd, 1776-1779, Weapons, Maori and Maori - Clothing.
Webber, John, 1751-1793 :The inside of a hippah, in New Zealand. J. Webber del; B. T. Pouncy sculp. [London, Strahan, 1784], Reference Number B-098-011 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Engraving, hand-coloured, 152 x 404 mm on sheet 325 x 474 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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