Pomara in London, 1846

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Pomara in London, 1846 'The Spectator' declared it to be "the most interesting exhibition of the season." For three months in the London summer of 1846, George French Angas exhibited watercolours and artefacts of New Zealand and South Australia, providing many Europeans with their first detailed exposure to representations of Māori and their material culture. Exhibits of portraits of Māori, and images of pā, as well as examples of weapons, carvings, canoe models, birds and minerals caused man...


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