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Auuenau Western Arnhem Land, Australia 1913 ochre on bark 4 ft. 10 2/3 in. x 1 ft. 1 in.

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4 Auuenau Western Arnhem Land, Australia 1913 ochre on bark 4 ft. 10 2/3 in. x 1 ft. 1 in.

5 Emily Kame Kngwarreye Untitled 1992 synthetic polymer paint on canvas 5 ft. 5 in. x 15 ft. 9 in.

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7 Asmat bisj poles Buepis village, Fajit River, Casuarina Coast, Irian Jaya, Melanesia early to mid-20 th century painted wood

8 ARTIST UNKNOWN, PAPUA (FORMERLY IRIAN JAYA) JAMASJ (WAR SHIELD)CENTRAL ASMAT STYLE Wood, lime, ochre, charcoal & sago leaf fibre 141 x 65 x 15 cm Ref# 27

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11 The ceremonial Men's House, Tamaran Prior to 1925 other materials New Guinea, Sepik

12 Iatmul ceremonial mens house East Sepik, Papua New Guinea, Melanesia mid- to late 20 th century

13 exposed interior of a ceremonial mens house Iatmul, Papua New Guinea 1953 - 1954 b&w photograph

14 Elema hevehe masks retreating into the mens house Orokolo Bay, Papua New Guinea, Melanesia early to mid-20th century

15 Abelam yam mask Maprik district, Papua New Guinea, Melanesia painted cane 1 ft.6 9/10 in.high

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17 Tatanua mask New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, Melanesia 19th to 20th centuries wood 1 ft.5 1/2 in.high

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19 Canoe prow and splashboard Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea, Melanesia 19th to 20th centuries wood and paint 1 ft.3 1/2 in.high, 1 ft. 11 in. long

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22 Canoe prow ornament Caroline Islands late 19th century painted wood birds 11 in. x 10 5/8 in.

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24 Mens ceremonial house Republic of Belau 20th century

25 Dilukai Republic of Belau wood, pigment, and fiber 1 ft. 11 5/8 in. high

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28 Row of moai on a stone platform Rapa Nui (Easter Island), Polynesia 10th to 12th centuries volcanic tuff and red scoria

29 Row of moai Rapa Nui (Easter Island), Polynesia 10th to 12th centuries volcanic tuff and red scoria

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31 Mele Sitani Ngatu with manulua designs Tonga, Polynesia 1967 barkcloth

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33 Staffgod (Tangaroa?) Rarotonga, Cook Islands, Polynesia wood 2 ft.4 1/2 in.high

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35 Hair ornaments Marquesas Islands, Polynesia collected in the 1870s bone 1 1/2 in.high (left), 1 2/5 in.high (right)

36 Tattooed warrior with war club Nukahiva, Marquesas Islands, Polynesia early 19th century color engraving in Carl Bertuch, Bilderbuch für Kinder (Weimar, 1813)

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38 Feather cloak from Hawaii, Polynesia ca. 1824–1843 feathers and ber netting 4 ft.8 1/3 in. X8 ft.

39 Kukailimoku from Hawaii, Polynesia late 18th or early 19th century wood 2 ft.5 3/4 in.high ( gure only)

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41 Wepiha Apanui meetinghouse (view of interior) Whakatane, New Zealand, Polynesia 1871-75

42 John Henry Sylvester Portrait of Te Pehi Kupe 1826 watercolor 8 1/4 x 6 1/4 in.

43 Te Pehi Kupe Self-Portrait 1826

44 Clif Whiting (Te Whanau-a-Apanui) Tawhiri-Matea (God of the Winds) Meteorological Service of New Zealand, Wellington 1984 oil on wood and fiberboard 6 ft. 4 3/8 in. x 11 ft. 10 3/4 in.

45 Discuss the variety of styles found in Oceania by comparing the bisj poles from New Guinae, the maoi from Easter Island, the Kukailimodu from Hawaii, and the canoe prow from the Trobriands. Asmat bisj poles Row of moai Rapa Nui (Easter Island), Polynesia Kukailimoku from Hawaii, Polynesia Canoe prow and splashboard Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea, Melanesia Consult your analysis template consider WHY a work of art is made in the first place (Visual Analysis 2), and the art works PURPOSE/FUNCTION (Visual Analysis 3).

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