Artist unknown :Costume of New Zealanders. [Early nineteenth century]
Reference Number: A-015-008
A family group with a standing man to the left holding a taiaha and wearing a cloak and woven skirt, a seated woman in the foreground, breastfeeding an infant, and another woman seated behind. The man is loosely based on views of Maori published in accounts of Cook's voyages and by later French voyagers in the late 18th century
Artist unknown :Costume of New Zealanders. [Early nineteenth century], Reference Number A-015-008 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Wood engraving, b&w, 100 x 72 mm. Single art work
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