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Te Mata : the ethnological portrait / Roger Blackley.

By: Blackley, Roger, 1953-.
Contributor(s): Adam Art Gallery | Museum of New Zealand.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [Wellington, N.Z.] : Adam Art Gallery and Victoria University Press, 2010Description: 40 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780864736239 (pbk.) :.Subject(s): Illingworth, Nelson, 1862-1926 | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Portraits | Ethnology in artDDC classification: 730.92
Contents:
Augustus Hamilton -- Te Heuheu Tukino -- Patara Te Tuhi -- Patara Te Tuhi and family -- Harata Te Kiore -- Tupai -- Sir James Carroll -- Wikitoria Keepa Tautoko -- Te Wharekauri -- Tikitere Te Kata-a-Hikawera -- Kahotea Hepi te Heuheu -- Neta Kaka.
Summary: Focuses on the history of the Nelson Illingworth portrait busts of Māori around which the exhibition was built and the historical context that produced them. Includes a list of works appearing in the exhibition which featured sculptures, paintings, drawings and photographs.
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TE MATA: THE ETHNOLOGICAL PORTRAIT is an important new addition to the analysis of portraiture in a New Zealand context, authored by leading colonial art historian Roger Blackley. Based on an exhibition at the Adam Art Gallery, Victoria University of Wellington in 2008, this publication offers a fascinating reading of a unique but little-known series of Maori portrait busts, now languishing in a storeroom at Te Papa, that were created in 1908 by the itinerant Anglo-Australian sculptor Nelson Illingworth. In an essay based on intensive new research, Blackley considers the history and function of these turn-of-the-century depictions within an ethnological and art historical frame.

Published to document the exhibition 'Te Mata : the ethnological portrait', 26 July-25 October 2008.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 35-37).

Augustus Hamilton -- Te Heuheu Tukino -- Patara Te Tuhi -- Patara Te Tuhi and family -- Harata Te Kiore -- Tupai -- Sir James Carroll -- Wikitoria Keepa Tautoko -- Te Wharekauri -- Tikitere Te Kata-a-Hikawera -- Kahotea Hepi te Heuheu -- Neta Kaka.

Focuses on the history of the Nelson Illingworth portrait busts of Māori around which the exhibition was built and the historical context that produced them. Includes a list of works appearing in the exhibition which featured sculptures, paintings, drawings and photographs.

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