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A Tahitian man with a white beard [picture] / [William Hodges]
Bib ID 2251727
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Hodges, William, 1744-1797
 
Online Versions
Description [1773 Aug.?] 
1 drawing : chalk ; 54.2 x 37.2 cm. 
Notes

Title from reproduction, [cat.] 2.57, in: The art of Captain Cook's voyages / Rudiger Joppien and Bernard Smith. -- Vol. 2.

Drawing executed on Cook's second voyage 1772-1775.

Inscription on mount: Otaheite.

Also known as: Man of Otaheite.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-134428492

Subjects Polynesians -- Tahiti -- Portraits.  |  Picture -- Portrait.
Also Titled

Man of Otaheite

Tahitian man with a white beard

Exhibited Exhibited: Cook & Omai: The Cult of the South Seas, NLA 2001  Exhibited: D'un regard l'autre, MuseĢe du quai Branly, September 2006 - January 2007 

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