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Te kuia moko : the last tattooed Māori women / text and paintings by Harry Sangl ; chapters by Merimeri Penfold & D.R. Simmons.

By: Sangl, Harry.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Oratia Media, 2020Copyright date: ©2020Description: 99 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 33 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780947506773; 0947506772.Subject(s): Maori (New Zealand people) in art | Women, Maori -- Portraits | Women, Maori -- Biography | Ngāi Tūhoe (New Zealand people) -- Portraits | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Portraits | Painters -- New Zealand | Tattooing -- New Zealand | Tribal tattoos | Moko kauwae | Mana wahine | Kōrero taumata | Uhi ā Mataora | Tā moko (Uhi) | KuiaDDC classification: 757 SAN
Contents:
Ngahimi Mohi Penetito -- Te Uria Aratema -- Heeni Tawhara -- Haromi Rutene Karaitiana -- Rangi Ruru -- Hera Waaka Mete (Smith) -- Ani Natana -- Ngahuia Witiriana Hona -- Polly Thrupp -- Huira Heteraka -- Huriana Hiraka -- Marara Maihi -- Hari Salmon -- Waimatao Tekaawa -- Ani Haunui Tamatea -- Herepo Rongo -- Ngapera Black (Paraki) -- Makareta Hose -- Moerangi Ratahi -- Teia Kutia -- Teao Petera -- Rotira Wirangi -- Kura Whanunui Katene -- Mira Haumata Mika -- Taurima Terewaamu -- Nohi Nohi Heu -- Rea Rewiri -- Whare Tewai Haronga -- Te One Whero Tamarau -- Rangiwaitateo Noema -- Tiria Tuhoro -- Ngakahikatea Whiriana -- Rama Tehoro Tamihana Rhind.
Summary: "Te Kuia Moko is a taonga recording 34 Māori women, all bearing moko kauae (chin tattoos). First published in 1980 as The Blue Privilege, this new printing evidences the book's ongoing importance as a record of moko art. The full-colour portraits were all compiled by immigrant artist Harry Sangl between 1972 and 1975; most of the kuia featured had been born in the nineteenth century, and many were of Ngāi Tūhoi descent. Biographies of the kuia ... are printed substantially as they spoke them, accompanied by black-and-white sketches of the moko"-- Publisher's website.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Te Kuia Moko is a taonga recording 34 Māori women, all bearing moko kauae (chin tattoos). First published in 1980 as The Blue Privilege, this new printing evidences the book's ongoing importance as a record of moko art. Biographies of the women are printed substantially as they spoke them, supplemented by essays by Merimeri Penfold and D.R. Simmons. The records are accompanied by black-and-white sketches of the kuia's moko -- complementing the beautiful, full colour paintings.

"This book is reproduced from the 1980 edition and no changes have been made to the original text which reflects the language use and attitudes of that time"--Title page verso.

Ngahimi Mohi Penetito -- Te Uria Aratema -- Heeni Tawhara -- Haromi Rutene Karaitiana -- Rangi Ruru -- Hera Waaka Mete (Smith) -- Ani Natana -- Ngahuia Witiriana Hona -- Polly Thrupp -- Huira Heteraka -- Huriana Hiraka -- Marara Maihi -- Hari Salmon -- Waimatao Tekaawa -- Ani Haunui Tamatea -- Herepo Rongo -- Ngapera Black (Paraki) -- Makareta Hose -- Moerangi Ratahi -- Teia Kutia -- Teao Petera -- Rotira Wirangi -- Kura Whanunui Katene -- Mira Haumata Mika -- Taurima Terewaamu -- Nohi Nohi Heu -- Rea Rewiri -- Whare Tewai Haronga -- Te One Whero Tamarau -- Rangiwaitateo Noema -- Tiria Tuhoro -- Ngakahikatea Whiriana -- Rama Tehoro Tamihana Rhind.

"Te Kuia Moko is a taonga recording 34 Māori women, all bearing moko kauae (chin tattoos). First published in 1980 as The Blue Privilege, this new printing evidences the book's ongoing importance as a record of moko art. The full-colour portraits were all compiled by immigrant artist Harry Sangl between 1972 and 1975; most of the kuia featured had been born in the nineteenth century, and many were of Ngāi Tūhoi descent. Biographies of the kuia ... are printed substantially as they spoke them, accompanied by black-and-white sketches of the moko"-- Publisher's website.