- Gilfillan, John Alexander, 1793-1863; Kettle, Charles Henry, 1821-1862; Holmes, Robert West, 1856-1936
- Shows Te Ahukaramu and his wife Manumea, seated on the ground, wearing cloaks. Manumea wears a tiki, Te Ahu Karamu has the moko. Stylistically attributable to Gilfillan, who visited Wanganui at this time (but see letter from T. Garrity, Hocken Library, TL 3/1/1, 8 September 1983); possibly by C H Kettle, whom Te Ahu accompanied on survey of Manawatu. The couple lived at Ohau, south of Levin Other Titles - Manawatu. Te Ahukaramu Quantity: 1 drawing(s). Physical Description: Pencil and watercolour with Chinese white, 285 x 197 mm. Processing information: The drawing was framed on donation
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- 1 drawing(s), Works of art, Pencil works, Portraits, Ethnographic illustrations, Pencil and watercolour with Chinese white, 285 x 197 mm., Orientation: Vertical image
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