Blomfield, Charles 1848-1926. :Roto Rua from Maroi [sic] Village of Ohinimutu [sic] showing the mud volcanoes and steam vents, geysers etc. rising all among the native house [sic]. The island is Mokoia where Hinemoa swam to join her lover Tutanekau [si
Reference Number: G-459
Ohinemutu village in the foreground with steam vents rising amongst Maori dwellings. Lake Rotorua beyond and Mokoia Island rising in the distance with the far shore of Rotorua Lake beyond the island. The reference to Hinemoa and Tutanekai is to a Maori legend.
1 image, categorised under Oil paintings, related to Charles Blomfield, Tutanekai (Maori legendary figure), Hinemoa (Maori legendary figure), Mokoia Island, Ohinemutu, Rotorua, Lake, Dwellings - New Zealand - Bay of Plenty Region, Hot springs, Mythology, Maori and Maori - Kainga.
Blomfield, Charles 1848-1926. :Roto Rua from Maroi [sic] Village of Ohinimutu [sic] showing the mud volcanoes and steam vents, geysers etc. rising all among the native house [sic]. The island is Mokoia where Hinemoa swam to join her lover Tutanekau [si, Reference Number G-459 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 oil(s)Oil painting on canvas 406 x 685 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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