SUTCLIFFE, J.;

Pahe-a-Range, the New Zealand Chief

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c.1850
Lithograph on paper
380 x 260mm

Otherwise titled ‘Pahe-a-Rance’, this image depicts Pākehā Barnet Burns in Māori attire and with a moko. It was ‘drawn from life’ in York, England, which place Burns visited from December 1849 to January 1850.

Exhibition History

Te Huringa/Turning Points: Pākehā Colonisation and Māori Empowerment, Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua, Whanganui, 8 April to 16 July 2006 (toured)

Provenance

1999–
Fletcher Trust Collection, purchased May 1999

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