[Coates, Isaac] 1808-1878 :Panni. Chief of the tribe at Queen Charlotte's sound, has two daughters married to Englishmen. [1843?]
Reference Number: A-286-018
Head and shoulders profile portrait apparently of a tattooed Maori man, or possibly a woman. If the subject is a man, he could be Punga of Queen Charlotte Sound; if a woman, she could be Pane Waka.
[Coates, Isaac] 1808-1878 :Panni. Chief of the tribe at Queen Charlotte's sound, has two daughters married to Englishmen. [1843?], Reference Number A-286-018 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour & gum arabic 257 x 192 mm. Vertical imageSingle art work
Historical Notes: See: Minson, Marian. Art as evidence : the enigma of the Nelson Maori portraits. In: Turnbull Library Record, v. 23, no. 1, May 1990, p.47-67, for further information. Panni (or Pane or Punga) would be likely to have had dealings with Rev. Samuel Ironside at Queen Charlotte Sound. All the Maori of the area left in June 1843, after the Wairau Affray.
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Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - beneath image: Title
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