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  • Artist: n/a Title: Wapepe Navigation Chart Medium: Sticks, coconut fiber, shells Size: 29½ X 29½" (75 X 75 cm) Date: 19th century Source/Museum: Marshall Islands, Micronesia
  • Artist: n/a Title: Wapepe Navigation Chart Medium: Sticks, coconut fiber, shells Size: 29½ X 29½" (75 X 75 cm) Date: 19th century Source/Museum: Marshall Islands, Micronesia
  • Artist: n/a Title: Wapepe Navigation Chart Medium: Sticks, coconut fiber, shells Size: 29½ X 29½" (75 X 75 cm) Date: 19th century Source/Museum: Marshall Islands, Micronesia
  • Artist: n/a Title: Pacific Cultural-Geographic Regions Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: n/a Source/Museum: n/a
  • Artist: n/a Title: Wapepe Navigation Chart Medium: Sticks, coconut fiber, shells Size: 29½ X 29½" (75 X 75 cm) Date: 19th century Source/Museum: Marshall Islands, Micronesia
  • Artist: n/a Title: Fragments of a large Lapita jar Medium: Clay Size: height of human face approx. 1½" (4 cm) Date: c. 1200–1100 BCE Source/Museum: Venumbo Reef, Santa Cruz Island, Solomon Islands, Melanesia
  • Artist: n/a Title: Mimis and Kangaroo Medium: Red and yellow ocher and white pipe clay Size: n/a Date: Older painting 16,000–7000 BCE Source/Museum: Prehistoric rock art, Oenpelli, Arnhem Land, Australia
  • Artist: Mithinarri Gurruwiwi Title: The Conference of Serpents, from the Wäwilak myth Medium: Natural pigments (ochers and clay) on eucalyptus bark Size: 53⅞ X 22 4⁄5" (137 X 58.5 cm) Date: 1963 Source/Museum: Eastern Arnhem Land, Australia. / Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection, University of Virginia, Charlottesville.
  • Artist: Mithinarri Gurruwiwi Title: The Conference of Serpents, from the Wäwilak myth Medium: Natural pigments (ochers and clay) on eucalyptus bark Size: 53⅞ X 22 4⁄5" (137 X 58.5 cm) Date: 1963 Source/Museum: Eastern Arnhem Land, Australia. / Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection, University of Virginia, Charlottesville.
  • Artist: n/a Title: Exterior of Tamberan house Medium: Carved and painted wood, with ocher pigments on clay ground Size: n/a Date: 20th century Source/Museum: Kinbangwa village, Sepik River, Papua New Guinea, New Guinea. Abelam
  • Artist: n/a Title: interior of Tamberan house Medium: Carved and painted wood, with ocher pigments on clay ground Size: n/a Date: 20th century Source/Museum: Kinbangwa village, Sepik River, Papua New Guinea, New Guinea. Abelam
  • Artist: n/a Title: Asmat ancestral spirit poles (mbis) Medium: Wood, paint, palm leaves, and fiber Size: height approx. 18' (5.48 m) Date: c. 1960 Source/Museum: Faretsj River, Irian Jaya, Indonesia, New Guinea. / Photograph in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Collection, Gift of Nelson A. Rockefeller and Mrs. Mary C. Rockefeller, 1965 (1978.412.1248–50)
  • Asmat Costume
  • Artist: n/a Title: Dancers wearing tatanua masks Medium: Masks: wood, vegetable fibers, trade cloth, and pigments Size: approx. 17 X 13" (43 X 33 cm) Date: 1979 Source/Museum: Pinikindu Village, central New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, New Guinea.
  • Artist: n/a Title: Dancers wearing tatanua masks Medium: Masks: wood, vegetable fibers, trade cloth, and pigments Size: approx. 17 X 13" (43 X 33 cm) Date: 1979 Source/Museum: Pinikindu Village, central New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, New Guinea.
  • Artist: n/a Title: Dancers wearing tatanua masks Medium: Masks: wood, vegetable fibers, trade cloth, and pigments Size: approx. 17 X 13" (43 X 33 cm) Date: 1979 Source/Museum: Pinikindu Village, central New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, New Guinea.
  • Artist: n/a Title: Dancers wearing tatanua masks Medium: Masks: wood, vegetable fibers, trade cloth, and pigments Size: approx. 17 X 13" (43 X 33 cm) Date: 1979 Source/Museum: Pinikindu Village, central New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, New Guinea.
  • Artist: n/a Title: Dancers wearing tatanua masks Medium: Masks: wood, vegetable fibers, trade cloth, and pigments Size: approx. 17 X 13" (43 X 33 cm) Date: 1979 Source/Museum: Pinikindu Village, central New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, New Guinea.
  • Artist: n/a Title: The complex of Nan Madol Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: c. 1200/1300–c. 1500/1600 Source/Museum: Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia
  • Artist: n/a Title: The complex of Nan Madol Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: c. 1200/1300–c. 1500/1600 Source/Museum: Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia
  • Artist: n/a Title: The complex of Nan Madol Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: c. 1200/1300–c. 1500/1600 Source/Museum: Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia
  • Artist: n/a Title: Royal mortuary compound, Nan Madol Medium: Basalt blocks Size: wall height up to 25' (7.62 m) Date: n/a Source/Museum: Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia
  • Artist: n/a Title: The complex of Nan Madol Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: c. 1200/1300–c. 1500/1600 Source/Museum: Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia
  • Artist: n/a Title: Moai Ancestor Figures (?) Medium: Volcanic stone (tufa) Size: average height approx. 36' (11 m) Date: c. 1000–1500, restored 1978 Source/Museum: Ahu Nau Nau, Easter Island, Polynesia
  • Artist: n/a Title: Feather cloak, known as the Kearny Cloak Medium: Red, yellow, and black feathers, olona cordage, and netting Size: length 55 ¾" (143 cm) Date: c. 1843 Source/Museum: Bishop Museum, Honolulu
  • Artist: n/a Title: War club Medium: Ironwood Size: length approx. 5' (1.52 m) Date: Early 19th century Source/Museum: Marquesas Islands, Polynesia. / Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts.
  • Artist: n/a Title: War club Medium: Ironwood Size: length approx. 5' (1.52 m) Date: Early 19th century Source/Museum: Marquesas Islands, Polynesia. / Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts.
  • Artist: Sydney Parkinson Title: Portrait of a Maori Medium: Wash drawing Size: 15 ½ X 11 ⅝" (39.37 X 29.46 cm) Date: 1769 Source/Museum: Later engraved and published as plate XVI in Parkinson’s Journal, 1773. The British Library, London.
  • Artist: Sydney Parkinson Title: Portrait of a Maori Medium: Wash drawing Size: 15 ½ X 11 ⅝" (39.37 X 29.46 cm) Date: 1769 Source/Museum: Later engraved and published as plate XVI in Parkinson’s Journal, 1773. The British Library, London.
  • Artist: Sydney Parkinson Title: Portrait of a Maori Medium: Wash drawing Size: 15 ½ X 11 ⅝" (39.37 X 29.46 cm) Date: 1769 Source/Museum: Later engraved and published as plate XVI in Parkinson’s Journal, 1773. The British Library, London.
  • Artist: Sydney Parkinson Title: Portrait of a Maori Medium: Wash drawing Size: 15 ½ X 11 ⅝" (39.37 X 29.46 cm) Date: 1769 Source/Museum: Later engraved and published as plate XVI in Parkinson’s Journal, 1773. The British Library, London.
  • Maori Carving of Christ
  • Artist: n/a Title: Carved lintel Medium: Totara wood and haliotis shell Size: 40 ¼ X 15 ¾ X 2" (102.2 X 40 X 5.1 cm) Date: 18th century Source/Museum: New Zealand, Polynesia. Maori, / Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Sosland [76–57]
  • Artist: Raharuhi Rukupo, master carver Title: Te-Hau-ki-Turanga (Maori meetinghouse) Medium: Wood, shell, grass, flax, and pigments Size: n/a Date: 1842–43, restored in 1935 Source/Museum: Manutuke Poverty Bay, New Zealand. / The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa tongarewa, Wellington. Neg. B18358
  • Artist: n/a Title: Skirt originally belonging to Queen Kamamalu Medium: Paper mulberry (wauke) bark, stamped patterns Size: 12'3" X 5'6" (3.77 X 1.7 m) Date: 1823–24 Source/Museum: Hawaii. / Bishop Museum, Honolulu. Gift of Evangeline Priscilla Starbuck, 1927 (C.209)
  • Artist: n/a Title: Skirt originally belonging to Queen Kamamalu Medium: Paper mulberry (wauke) bark, stamped patterns Size: 12'3" X 5'6" (3.77 X 1.7 m) Date: 1823–24 Source/Museum: Hawaii. / Bishop Museum, Honolulu. Gift of Evangeline Priscilla Starbuck, 1927 (C.209)
  • Artist: n/a Title: Skirt originally belonging to Queen Kamamalu Medium: Paper mulberry (wauke) bark, stamped patterns Size: 12'3" X 5'6" (3.77 X 1.7 m) Date: 1823–24 Source/Museum: Hawaii. / Bishop Museum, Honolulu. Gift of Evangeline Priscilla Starbuck, 1927 (C.209)
  • Artist: n/a Title: Skirt originally belonging to Queen Kamamalu Medium: Paper mulberry (wauke) bark, stamped patterns Size: 12'3" X 5'6" (3.77 X 1.7 m) Date: 1823–24 Source/Museum: Hawaii. / Bishop Museum, Honolulu. Gift of Evangeline Priscilla Starbuck, 1927 (C.209)
  • Artist: Deborah (Kepola) U. Kakalia Title: Royal Symbols Medium: Quilt of cotton fabric and synthetic batting, appliqué, and contour stitching Size: 6'6¼" X 6'4½" (1.98 X 1.96 m) Date: 1978 Source/Museum: Courtesy of Joyce D. Hammond, Joyce D. Hammond Collection
  • Artist: Deborah (Kepola) U. Kakalia Title: Royal Symbols Medium: Quilt of cotton fabric and synthetic batting, appliqué, and contour stitching Size: 6'6¼" X 6'4½" (1.98 X 1.96 m) Date: 1978 Source/Museum: Courtesy of Joyce D. Hammond, Joyce D. Hammond Collection
  • The Queen’s Quilt, Hawaii
  • Artist: Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri Title: Man’s Love Story Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on canvas Size: 6'11¾" X 8'4¼" (2.15 X 2.57 m) Date: 1978 Source/Museum: Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

27 Pacific Islands 27 Pacific Islands Presentation Transcript

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  • Wapepe Navigation Chart
  • Lapita jar
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  • The Conference of Serpents, from the Wäwilak myth
  • MELANESIA
  • Exterior of Tamberan house
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  • Asmat ancestral spirit poles
  • Asmat Costume
  • Malanggan Sculptures, New Ireland
  • Dancers wearing tatanua masks
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  • MICRONESIA
  • Bark Cloth, Caroline Islands
  • The complex of Nan Madol
  • Mortuary Complex, Nan Madol
  • Polynesia
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  • Feather Cloak, Hawaii
  • Marquesas War Club
  • Marquesan Warrior
  • Portrait of a Maori
  • Ta Moko Tattoo
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  • Maori Carved lintel
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  • Skirt originally belonging to Queen Kamamalu
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  • Tapa cloth
  • Kukailimoku
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  • The Queen’s Quilt
  • Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri