Parkinson, Sydney 1745-1771 :The head of a New Zealander, with a comb in his hair, an ornament of green stone in his ear, and another of fish's tooth round his neck, &c. / Thornton sculp. - [London? 1790s?].
- 1790 - 1800
- Parkinson, Sydney, 1745-1771; Thornton, (Mr), active 1780s-1790s
Profile head of a Maori man with an unusual style of moko, his hair in a top-knot held with a bone comb, an ornament at his neck.
Trimmed inside right plate mark.
See: Beaglehole, J.C. The Endeavour journal of Sir Joseph Banks. Vol.2, pl.7.
Based on an engraving by T Chambers after Parkinson, Plate 14 in Parkinson's A journal of a voyage to the South Seas ... (London, 1773)
Other Titles - Greenstone
From a wash drawing by Parkinson on Cook's 1st voyage, now in the British Library
Quantity: 1 b&w art print(s).
Physical Description: Engraving, b&w 205 x 127 mm, on sheet 208 x 128 mm
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