Hair ornaments Marquesas Islands, Polynesia collected in the 1870s bone 1 1/2 in.high (left), 1 2/5 in.high (right)
Tattooed warrior with war club Nukahiva, Marquesas Islands, Polynesia early 19th century color engraving in Carl Bertuch, Bilderbuch für Kinder (Weimar, 1813)
Feather cloak from Hawaii, Polynesia ca. 1824–1843 feathers and ber netting 4 ft.8 1/3 in. X8 ft.
Kukailimoku from Hawaii, Polynesia late 18th or early 19th century wood 2 ft.5 3/4 in.high ( gure only)
Wepiha Apanui meetinghouse (view of interior) Whakatane, New Zealand, Polynesia
John Henry Sylvester Portrait of Te Pehi Kupe 1826 watercolor 8 1/4 x 6 1/4 in.
Te Pehi Kupe Self-Portrait 1826
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.
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).