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Portrait of a New Zealander
Portrait of an aboriginal New Zealander. He is adorned with an ornamental comb, three feathers in a top-knot; a heitiki hangs from his neck, from his ear a long pendant; and he wears a pakepake. This drawing was published in October 1769 and is taken from A Collection of Drawings made in the Countries visited by Capt. Cook in his First Voyage (1768-1771).
- Image reference 061931
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