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At 12pm on 18 August 2011
Such an awesome Website!!! Thank you very much for making this possible, greatfull I found this :))
At 9am on 15 June 2011
To answer John Anstis'comment - Lindauer painted hundreds of works and this website is limited to those in public collections. Unfortunately these two portraits are not part of the holdings of art museums that have contributed so far.
At 6pm on 5 May 2011
i did not see lindauers painting of retimana te korou or another painting by lindauer of retimana's daughter - in - law irihapeti.
At 4pm on 27 March 2011
kkiaora he mokopuna ahau ki o nga kaumatua i roto te pukapuka nei.
how wonderful that we are able to view these photos.thans to those resoncible for this.
At 1pm on 29 January 2011
the art is really amazing i enjoyed doing the art work upstairs and being able to take it home
At 4pm on 9 November 2010
aroha.great pictures of old time maori.kia ora
At 3pm on 9 November 2010
great taonga for all.
At 1pm on 15 October 2010
kia ora whanau i just wanted to know where was patuone born and wheres his home town
At 12pm on 16 August 2010
At 11am on 15 July 2010
Tena rawa atu koe Te Pikikotuku. Kai te tika tau. Aroha mai. While the comment is incorrect -as you have rightly pointed out- it is an historic comment recorded in the pukapuka manuhiri in 1902. I will attach a note to our records for Rewi Manga Maniapoto, noting your korero.
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View the portraits of Māori painted by Gottfried Lindauer in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Search for specific portraits by iwi or keyword and view the painting in detail through the zoom viewer.
Learn about Gottfried Lindauer, one of the best-known painters of Māori portraits. Read about his painting techniques, why the works were painted, and the role of his patron Henry Partridge.
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