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Maori woman with moko (facial tattoo) - American Photographic Company (Auckland)

Maori woman with moko (facial tattoo) - American Photographic Company (Auckland)

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Chapter I — Maori moko

Maori Girl // photographed by Arthur James Iles

Maori Girl // photographed by Arthur James Iles

A.004632; Maori woman, moko, satin dress, hat; Circa 1865; American Photographic Company

’Queen Emma’, Thames - Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Portrait of a Maori girl from the Ihaka family, 1877-1880

44 Captivating Native Maori Portraits From 19th Century New Zealand

44 Captivating Native Maori Portraits From Century New Zealand - Flashbak

The Maori portraits of John McGarrigle www.nzgeographic.co.nz

Maori woman with moko, "Mrs Rabone" - Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Maori child ; American Photographic Company (Auckland); circa 1865; A.004643

circa - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa on NZMuseums

Unidentified Maori Man from the early 1900's.

Unidentified Maori Man from the early

American Photo Company (Auckland) fl 1870s : [Unidentified Maori man]

Carte de visite portrait of Maori man taken ca by American Photographic Company of Auckland.

Postcard. Tenakoe 22983. [Maori woman. 1904-1914].  Shows a head  and shoulders portrait of a Maori women with long hair worn loose, chin  moko, flax cloak and huia feather in her hair.

Shows a head and shoulders portrait of a Maori women with long hair worn loose, chin moko, flax cloak and huia feather in her hair.

Queen Aotea, third wife of King Tawhiao,  mother of Puahaere.

Queen Aotea, third wife of King Tawhiao, mother of Puahaere.

a portrait of a maori

Maori are the indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand. Contemporary Maori culture has been shaped by the traditions of its rich cultural heritage.

New Zealand Maori Women | Go to home page - Collections of the Alexander Turnbull Library ...

Unidentified kuia (elderly Maori woman) with a moko on her chin and lips. She wears a kahu huruhuru (feather cloak), a pendant (probably made of greenstone), and feathers in her hair. This image was taken circa by an unidentified photographer.

American Photo Company (Auckland) fl 1870s : [Maori portrait - Woman]

Irini Kemara - Photograph taken by Samuel Carnell

New Zealand Historical Postcards 20

New Zealand Historical Postcards 20

Reminds me of the film:  "Let The Right One In."

Tattoo History - Images of Maori / New Zealand Tattoos - History of Tattoos and Tattooing Worldwide

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