Harris, George Prideaux Robert, 1775-1840 :Tippahee a New Zealand chief / eng[rave]d by W Archibald from an original drawing by G P Harris. [London, 1827].
- 1827 - 1805
- Harris, George Prideaux Robert, 1775-1840; Archibald, W, active 1827; Webster, Kenneth Athol, 1906-1967
Shows a three-quarter-length portrait of a chief with two feathers in his hair, wearing a cloak over one shoulder and a pendant in the shape of a skull, holding a mere in his left hand. In the background is a river or lake with a war canoe with armed warriors on board.
G. P. Harris was in Sydney when Te Pahi visited in 1805
Other Titles - Te Pahi
Extended Title - Frontispiece from H. Murray's "Adventures of British seamen" (Edinburgh, 1827).
Quantity: 1 b&w art print(s).
Physical Description: Engraving on sheet 106 x 78 mm. (trimmed)
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- 1 b&w art print(s), Works of art, Engravings, Portraits, Ethnographic illustrations, Engraving on sheet 106 x 78 mm. (trimmed), Orientation: Vertical image
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