Artist unknown :A New Zealand chief lying in state, surrounded by the heads of his enemies 
Reference Number: PUBL-0151-1-010
Shows Upokia, a Whangarei chief, seated in death, his back against a carved pole (possibly a rendering of a canoe, simplified by the artist), skulls and other human bones at his side on a mat, a flax fence around him, with the preserved heads of other men impaled on poles holding up the fence. A mere and another weapon (a Marquesan club) are suspended from the fence. The chief is wearing two different fine cloaks, albatross feathers in his hair and ears and a garland of pink and white flowers around his head.
[Josenhans, J] :Illustrations of missionary scenes; an offering to youth. Mayence [Munich], Joseph Scholz publisher, . 2 volumes., Reference Number PUBL-0151 (4 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s) in published volumeLithograph, hand-coloured, on page 207 x 330 mm.. Vertical imageSingle art work
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