Taylor, Richard, 1805-1873 :The monument erected by Iwikau to the memory of his brother Te Heuheu. [1847?]
Reference Number: E-296-q-155-4
Sketch showing a shelter with sloping roof and one wall, featuring three figures, either carved, or painted on the wall.The Ngati Tuwharetoa leader Iwikau Te Heuheu Tukino III succeeded his brother Mananui Te Heuheu Tukino II, after the latter's death in 1846. The monument was at Pukawa (see mention of Pukawa in Richard Taylor's diary, 22 April 1847 (Manuscripts Collection))
1 image, categorised under Watercolours and Ethnographic images, related to Iwikau Te Heuheu Tukino III, Mananui Te Heuheu Tukino II, Pukawa, Ngati Tuwharetoa, Maori - Monuments, Pou tokomanawa, Maori - Architecture and Mahi toi.
Taylor, Richard, 1805-1873 :Sketchbook. 1835-1860., Reference Number E-296-q (137 digitised items)
Extent: 1 drawing(s) in sketchbook.Pencil, ink & watercolour, 60 x 60 mm.. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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