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Description: Head and shoulders portrait of a Māori man, his hair in a topknot with feathers and a bone comb, full facial moko, a greenstone earring, a tiki and a flax cloak. He has a small beard and a moustache. He is known as Rachel and Maygen and is a historical piece of art.
Credit: Alexander Turnbull Library Reference: PUBL-0037-16
Author: Parkinson, Sydney, 1745-1771. Parkinson was the artist on Captain Cook's 1st voyage to New Zealand in 1769. From: Parkinson, Sydney. A journal of a voyage to the South Seas. London, 1784, plate 16, opposite page 90.
Permission: Out of Copyright worldwide
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License: Public domain
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