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Choose from 98 pictures in our Maori collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Treaty of Waitangi
Treaty of Waitangi
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Maori Chieftain, New Zealand
Maori Chieftain, New Zealand
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Samoan Women - Making Kawa-Kawa
Samoan Women - Making Kawa-Kawa
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New Zealand Greeting
New Zealand Greeting
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Maori Weapons and Implements of War
Maori Weapons and Implements of War
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Maori Churches & Victoria Memorial - Ohinemutu, Rotorua, NZ
Maori Churches & Victoria Memorial - Ohinemutu, Rotorua, NZ
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New Zealand - Ancient Carved Maori Gateway or Waharoa
New Zealand - Ancient Carved Maori Gateway or Waharoa
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Maori Women Boiling water in a hot pool - Rotorua
Maori Women Boiling water in a hot pool - Rotorua
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Patara, Maori Chieftain, New Zealand
Patara, Maori Chieftain, New Zealand
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Te Heuheu, Maori chief and warrior, New Zealand
Te Heuheu, Maori chief and warrior, New Zealand
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Maoris drying flax, New Zealand
Maoris drying flax, New Zealand
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Matene Te Nga, Chief of the Ngati Maru Tribe, New Zealand
Matene Te Nga, Chief of the Ngati Maru Tribe, New Zealand
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Samoan Women - Making Kawa-Kawa Featured Print

Samoan Women - Making Kawa-Kawa

Samoan Women - Making Kawa-Kawa. Kawakawa is one of the most distinctive Pacific native plants. It was one of the most important healing herbs in Rongoa Maori (traditional Maori medicine, New Zealand). Use of Kawakawa as a healing or tonic herb is still popular today

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Bowl, Distinctive, Fglowers, Garlands, Girls, Hair, Healing, Herb, Herbs, Historical, History, Isalnd, Kawa, Kawa Kawa, Making, Maori, Medicine, Mixing, Native, New, Pacific, Pla Nts, Rongoa, Samoa, Samoan, South, Tonic, Traditional, Women, Zealand

Cassara Street in Suez, Egypt
Cassara Street in Suez, Egypt
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Two maps of Taranaki, New Zealand
Two maps of Taranaki, New Zealand
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A Maori Fire Alarm, Ohinemutu, New Zealand
A Maori Fire Alarm, Ohinemutu, New Zealand
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Tasman, New Zealand - waka (canoe) on Lake Rotoiti
Tasman, New Zealand - waka (canoe) on Lake Rotoiti
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Maoris Collecting Water
Maoris Collecting Water
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Tattooing Styles from around the world
Tattooing Styles from around the world
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Royal reception of Maoris in New Zealand, 1901
Royal reception of Maoris in New Zealand, 1901
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Native Maori men of New Zealand
Native Maori men of New Zealand
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Portraits of Five Maoris - New Zealand
Portraits of Five Maoris - New Zealand
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A Tiki at Raroera Pah, New Zealand
A Tiki at Raroera Pah, New Zealand
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Te Maro - Te Amotutu - Ko Tariu - Maoris
Te Maro - Te Amotutu - Ko Tariu - Maoris
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Native Feast / Throwing the Spear - Maori, New Zealand
Native Feast / Throwing the Spear - Maori, New Zealand
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Royal reception of Maoris in New Zealand, 1901 Featured Print

Royal reception of Maoris in New Zealand, 1901

The visit of the Duke of Cornwall and York (later King George V; he was created Prince of Wales in November 1901) and the Duchess of Cornwall (later Queen Mary) to the Maoris in New Zealand in June 1901. The Duke had been presented with a huia bird feather, a sacred emblem of the Maori, on this trip as a mark of esteem. The huia was declared extinct in the early 20th century. Date: 1901

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Maori Ornamental Wooden Carvings - New Zealand
Maori Ornamental Wooden Carvings - New Zealand
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Scene in a New Zealand Forest
Scene in a New Zealand Forest
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Toenga, Daughter of Maori Chief, New Zealand
Toenga, Daughter of Maori Chief, New Zealand
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Whatas or Patukas - Maori Food Storehouses
Whatas or Patukas - Maori Food Storehouses
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Ornamental Maori wood carvings, New Zealand
Ornamental Maori wood carvings, New Zealand
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E Wai - Na Horua - Tuarau - Maori Group, New Zealand
E Wai - Na Horua - Tuarau - Maori Group, New Zealand
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Te Whero-Whero - Te Waro & Te Pakaru - Maori Chieftains
Te Whero-Whero - Te Waro & Te Pakaru - Maori Chieftains
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New Zealand Maori Ornaments and Decorations
New Zealand Maori Ornaments and Decorations
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Maori group outside building, New Zealand
Maori group outside building, New Zealand
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Mohi, Maori Chief, New Zealand
Mohi, Maori Chief, New Zealand
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Maori soldier on Western Front, France, WW1
Maori soldier on Western Front, France, WW1
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Maori woman, New Zealand
Maori woman, New Zealand
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Scene in a New Zealand Forest Featured Print

Scene in a New Zealand Forest

Scene in a New Zealand Forest, showing varieties of ferns including Cyathea medullaris and the Cyathia dealbata. As described in the text accompanying this fine lithograph, "So exuberant is vegetable life in these damp and gloomy forests, that it is difficult to find a single space, not covered with plants... amid the gloom of these Antipodeal forests, there reigns a solemn and almost unbroken stillness". Plate from The New Zealanders illustrated by George French Angas (1822-1886). Date: 1847

© David Cousins / Mary Evans Picture Library

Shy Maori children, New Zealand
Shy Maori children, New Zealand
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Maori group, New Zealand
Maori group, New Zealand
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War Canoe from New Zealand
War Canoe from New Zealand
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Major Ropata
Major Ropata
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Maori Woman and child - Tauwhitu House, Ohinemutu, NZ
Maori Woman and child - Tauwhitu House, Ohinemutu, NZ
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New Zealand - The Prow of a Maori War Canoe
New Zealand - The Prow of a Maori War Canoe
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Ngaroki Te Uru, a Maori Holy Man - New Zealand
Ngaroki Te Uru, a Maori Holy Man - New Zealand
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Kia Ora - New Zealand tourist postcard
Kia Ora - New Zealand tourist postcard
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Whaaru (Leader of the Hursthouse Rescue Party)
Whaaru (Leader of the Hursthouse Rescue Party)
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Maori Beauty - New Zealand
Maori Beauty - New Zealand
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Sunbeam Maori engine IV
Sunbeam Maori engine IV
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New Zealand Natives
New Zealand Natives
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