Monument to Te Whero Whero's daughter at Raroera Pah
50 x 35 cm (21.75 x 14 inches)
A beautifully colored and illustrated vintage lithograph of New Zealand Māori people from the original lithographs by George French Angas (1822 - 1886). Angas was an English explorer, naturalist and painter who emigrated to Australia. His 1844 visit to New Zealand recorded a crucial transitional phase of Māori culture under the impact of European settlement. The illustrations contain a wealth of detail about Māori life in the early colonial period..
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|Paper Size||50 x 35 cm (11.75 x 14 inches)|
|Size Category||41 to 50 cm [16 to 20 inches]|