Ko hine te iwaiwa, ko hine korako, ko rona whakamau tai

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This item is an image. It was created by

on or around the date 01 January, 1993.

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This painting by Robyn Kahukiwa focuses on the mana (prestige) of Maori women and, more particularly, of female ancestors who feature in Maori creation stories. The work depicts Hine-te-iwaiwa (centre) and two associated female atua (gods), Hine Korako and Rona Whakamautai . These atua are connected with women, childbirth, and Maori weaving – an art form specific to Maori women. Kahukiwa is of the iwi (tribes) Ngati Porou, Te Atianga-a-Hauiti, Ngati Konohi, and Whanau-a-Ruataupare. She is cr...


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What can I do with this item?


You must always check with Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Opens in new window to confirm the specific terms of use, but this is our understanding:

Non-infringing use

NZ Copyright law does not prevent every use of a copyright work. You should consider what you can and cannot do with a copyright work.

You may not copy and/or share this item with others without further permission. This includes posting it on your blog, using it in a presentation, or any other public use.

No modifying

You are not allowed to adapt or remix this item into any other works.

No commercial use

You may not use this item commercially.