Key Work of Art or Architecture
Related Content for Contextual Understanding
|213. Nan Madol, Micronesia, (700 to 1600 CE)||Micronesia. Nan Madol. Saudeleur Dynasty, Pohnpei (24)||Comparison: Palace of Versailles & Nan Madol (23)|
|214. Moai, Rapa Nui (c1100 to 1600 CE)||Polynesia. Moai (ahu), Rapa Nui (Easter Island) (17)||Art of the Pacific (24)|
|215. ‘Ahu ‘ula, Hawaiian (Late 18th century CE)||Polynesia. ‘Ahu ‘ula (feather cape) Hawaii (20)||Comparison: Featherwork in the Americas & Polynesia (11)|
|216. Staff god, Cook Islands (18th to 19th c CE)||Polynesia. Staff god, Rarotonga, Cook Islands (9)||Art of the Pacific (24)|
|217. Nukuoro, Micronesia (18th to 19th c CE)||Micronesia. Female deity, Nukuoro (16)||Art of the Pacific (24)|
|218. Buk (mask), Torres Strait (19th c CE)||Melanesia. Buk (mask). Torres Strait (7)||Art of the Pacific (24)|
|219. Hiapo (tapa), Niue (1850–1900 CE)||Polynesia. Hiapo (tapa) Niue bark cloth (11)|
|220. Tamati Waka Nene, G. Lindauer (1890 CE||Lindauer, Gottfried. Portraits of Maori Leadership (18)||Portraiture: Power and Authority (37)|
|221. Navigation Chart, Marshall Is (19th c CE)||Micronesia. Navigation Chart, Marshall Islands (7)||Comparison: Navigation Chart, Marshall Is. & Navigational Tools (25)|
|222. Malagan mask, Papua New Guinea (20th c. CE)||Melanesia. Malagan display and mask. Papua New Guinea (23)||Comparison: Transformation Masks & Malagan Masks (16)|
|223. Presentation to Queen Elizabeth II (1953 CE)||Polynesia. Presentation to Queen Elizabeth II, Fiji (21)||Art of the Pacific (24)|
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