[Johnston, John Tremenhere] fl 1860s :Hapimana Ngapiko [1863 or 1864]
Reference Number: A-263-024
Head and shoulders portrait of Hapimana Ngapiko, dressed in European clothing, with short hair, moustache and light beard and moko around the nose, mouth and chin area. 2 pencil sketches of fish on verso.
1 image, categorised under Watercolours and Portraits, related to Hapimana Ngapiko, John Tremenhere Johnston, Ian D Johnston, William Jenkins, Dr Neville Hogg, Te Ati Awa, Men, Maori and Maori - Moko.
[Johnston, John Tremenhere] fl 1860s :Hapimana Ngapiko [1863 or 1864], Reference Number A-263-024 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour 254 x 178 mm. Vertical imageSingle art work
Historical Notes: Hapimana Ngapiko of Te Ati Awa accompanied William Jenkins, a Wesleyan lay preacher, and a group of other Maori men and women to England in 1863. The group met Queen Victoria and were shown the sights of England. The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography (1990), p. 348 claims that Hapimana Ngapiko died aboard the "Flying Foam" on the journey back to New Zealand in 1864. Author Brian Mackrell in "Hariru Wikitoria!" (1983) has him returning to New Zealand aboard another vessel, the "Surat", departing England on 20 June 1864, and arriving safely in New Zealand.
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copies in preference to originals.
Other copies available: ColourIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-002228)
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - beneath image: Hapimana Ngapika
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