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

    1. 8. Wapepe Navigation Chart
    2. 9. Lapita jar
    3. 11. The Conference of Serpents, from the Wäwilak myth
    4. 12. MELANESIA
    5. 13. Exterior of Tamberan house
    6. 15. Asmat ancestral spirit poles
    7. 16. Asmat Costume
    8. 17. Malanggan Sculptures, New Ireland
    9. 18. Dancers wearing tatanua masks
    10. 22. MICRONESIA
    11. 23. Bark Cloth, Caroline Islands
    12. 24. The complex of Nan Madol
    13. 25. Mortuary Complex, Nan Madol
    14. 26. Polynesia
    15. 28. Feather Cloak, Hawaii
    16. 29. Marquesas War Club
    17. 30. Marquesan Warrior
    18. 31. Portrait of a Maori
    19. 32. Ta Moko Tattoo
    20. 36. Maori Carved lintel
    21. 38. Skirt originally belonging to Queen Kamamalu
    22. 40. Tapa cloth
    23. 41. Kukailimoku
    24. 44. The Queen’s Quilt
    25. 45. Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri

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