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Charles Goldie and two Ngapuhi cousins

Curator Matiu Baker talks about the women who appear in Charles Goldie’s <EM>Darby and Joan</EM> (Ina Te Papatahi, Ng&#257;puhi), and <EM>The widow</EM> (Harata Rewiri Tarapata, Ng&#257;puhi)


Charles Goldie and two Ngapuhi cousins
<P><EM>Darby and Joan</EM> and <EM>The widow</EM> by Charles Goldie are on display in the exhibition <EM>Kanohi Kitea | M&#257;ori &amp; Pacific Encounters</EM>. </P> <P>This recording was created for the <EM>Ng&#257; Toi</EM> | <EM>Arts Te Papa</EM> audio guide, spring 2014.</P>

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Darby and Joan [Ina Te Papatahi, Ngapuhi]

Charles F Goldie, Darby and Joan [Ina Te Papatahi, Ngapuhi], 1903, oil on canvas,
Purchased 1991 with New Zealand Lottery Grants Board and the Minister's discretionary funds.
Full object info is available on collections.tepapa.govt.nz

The widow (Harata Rewiri Tarapata, Ngapuhi)

Charles F Goldie, The widow (Harata Rewiri Tarapata, Ngapuhi), 1903, oil on canvas,
Purchased 1991 with New Zealand Lottery Grants Board and the Minister's discretionary funds.
Full object info is available on collections.tepapa.govt.nz