Oliver, Richard Aldworth, 1811-1889 :Te Rehe, Maori chief at Akaroa. [ca 1850].
Reference Number: B-089-009
Shows a bearded Maori man wearing a feather cloak and leaning forward slightly on a taiaha he is holding.
1 image, categorised under Watercolours, Ethnographic images and Portraits, related to Te Rehe, Richard Aldworth Oliver, Temuka, Akaroa, Ngati Huirapa, Beards, Taiaha, Kahu huruhuru and Rangatira.
Oliver, Richard Aldworth, 1811-1889 :Te Rehe, Maori chief at Akaroa. [ca 1850]., Reference Number B-089-009 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour, 320 x 235 mm (sight). Vertical imageSingle art work
Historical Notes: Te Rehe was Rangatira of Te Wai a te Rua Ti Pa, at the mouth of the Opihi River, near Temuka, South Canterbury, but (if the word Akaroa has been correctly deciphered on this work) he must have visited Akaroa at the time Oliver was there. Te Rehe is mentioned as one of a group involved in an altercation during a journey between the spit of Lake Ellesmere (Kaitoretei) and Taumutu, when he was accompanying a contingent of Kaiapoi chiefs (See "Akaroa and Banks Peninsula" (1940), page 31-32).
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File PrintIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-013288)
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - bottom right: Te Rehe; Recto - bottom right: [Akaroa??]; Backing board recto - centre: [Title]
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