- 1642 - 1898
- Gilsemans, Isaack, 1606?-1646
- Golden Bay in December 1642, during the visit of Abel Tasman. A canoe of Maori men in the foreground, and two views of Tasman's ships, the Heemskerck and the Zeehaen (both flying the Dutch flag), sailing away in the left foreground, and surrounded by canoes and firing their canon in the middle distance. A rowboat (the cockboat of the Zeehaen) is between the two ships, with its occupants being attacked in the centre. Also in the left foreground can be seen the Heemskerck's pinnace towing the Zeehaen's cockboat back to the two ships after the attack. The hills of Golden Bay form a backdrop to the scene. The canoe in the foreground appears to be double-hulled. The rowers all have topknot hairstyles. The man standing on the right at the prow of the canoe is wearing a woven garment, covering his shoulders and tied at the breast, while the others have loin-cloths, and in one case, a garment that envelopes the torso. Other Titles - Aldus verthoont de Moordenaers Bay Quantity: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s). Physical Description: Photolithograph, 290 x 435 mm
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- 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s), Works of art, Portraits, Marines (Visual works), Albums, Photolithograph, 290 x 435 mm
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