native art: new zealand

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Maori Carving (by Bucket List: Dedicate time to the study of tribal arts worldwide Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, Art Maori, Polynesian Art, Polynesian Culture, Maori People, Zealand Tattoo, Art Premier, Kiwiana
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Maori Carving

Rotorua, New Zealand

Naata Nungurrayi.  Marrapinti. Synthetic polymer paints on linen.

Marrapinti

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Dated 1761 Memento Mori of a carved wooden coffin, enclosing a skeleton in shroud, with ivory skull set behind glass. Memento Mori, Art Deco Diamond, Diamond Brooch, Post Mortem Photography, Mourning Jewelry, Vanitas, Skull And Bones, Weird And Wonderful, Casket
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A Memento Mori of a Carved Wooden Coffin

Te Mata o Tāne-nui-ā-rangi carved by Lyonel Grant, Bernard Makoare and Manos Nathan 2011. The face of Tāne-nui-ā-rangi.

Te Mata o Tāne-nui-ā-rangi carved by Lyonel Grant, Bernard Makoare and Manos Nathan 2011. The face of Tāne-nui-ā-rangi.

Maori wooden head- Brighton Museum, UK

Maori wooden head- Brighton Museum, UK

Historic Maori Carving in Oago Museum, Dunedin, New Zealand

Historic Maori Carving in Oago Museum, Dunedin, New Zealand

Bobby West Tjupurrula / Tingari Cycle, 2002 187 x 157 cm Aboriginal Painting, Aboriginal Artists, Scribble Art, Indigenous Art, Native Art, Land Art, Abstract Canvas, Book Crafts, Traditional Art
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Bobby West Tjupurrula. Tingari Cycle, 2002

Te Rongo Kirkwood.

Te Rongo Kirkwood.

Also known as "Bull-roarer" and made of bone, wood or stone, they are blade-like and swing on a long cord producing a loud, deep whirring that can be heard from a distance. Totem Pole Tattoo, Bone Crafts, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Wood Carving Designs, Arts And Crafts House, Maori Art, Bone Carving, Metal Jewelry
Totem Pole TattooBone CraftsNew Zealand ArtBone CarvingMetal Jewelry

Chunky

Chunky

Rangi Kipa

Rangi Kipa

lacalaveracatrina: “ by John Bevan Ford ” Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Clouds Pattern, Maori Art, Collaborative Art, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Teaching Art
New Zealand ArtCollaborative ArtTeaching Art

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lacalaveracatrina: “ by John Bevan Ford ”

'Navigator' mask (Staron) by Rangi Kipa Maori Tribe, Facial Tattoos, Maori Designs, Tiki Art, New Zealand Art, Maori Art, Bone Carving, Glass Ceramic, Native Art
Tiki ArtNew Zealand ArtBone CarvingGlass Ceramic

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John Bevan Ford. Maori Designs, Nz Art, Maori Art, Native Art, Lesson Plans, New Zealand, Art Ideas, Objects, Ford
Lesson Plans

John Bevan Ford.

John Bevan Ford.

‘Ko Tararua 5’

This painting by John Bevan Ford shows a cloak above Tararua (Arete peak) in the Tararua range, together with the rivers that run down the slopes. It calls to mind the traditional practice where a chief would claim authority over land by laying a cloak down...

Artist Unknown Possible Herb Kane New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Maori Art, Native Art, Nativity, Carving, Culture, Creative, Road Trips
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Chunky

Chunky

Detail from a tāhūhū (ridgepole of a house), Ngāti Awa, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, circa 1840. Believed to represent one of two ancestors: Tūwharetoa or Kahungunu.

Māori mythology

Detail from a tāhūhū (ridgepole of a house), Ngāti Awa, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, circa 1840. Believed to represent one of two ancestors: Tūwharetoa or Kahungunu.