A female poutokomanawa, a figure that rests against the post supporting the ridgepole of a chief's house or meeting house. - stock photo
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A female poutokomanawa, a figure that rests against the post supporting the ridgepole of a chief's house or meeting house.

A female poutokomanawa, a figure that rests against the post supporting the ridgepole of a chief's house or meeting house. Unlike male moko tattoos that covered the whole face, women's were confined to around the mouth, and sometimes, as here, the forehead. Country of Origin: New Zealand. Culture: Maori. Date/Period: circa 1860. Place of Origin: East Coast. Material Size: Wood, shell. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ National Museum of New Zealand, Wellington. Location: 09.

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Heritage Images / Werner Forman Archive 2

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3120 x 4104 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
10 x 14 inches / 26 x 35 cm

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