Charles F Goldie

A Hundred Years Have Passed

A Hundred Years Have Passed by Charles F Goldie

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Ahinata Te Rangitautini (Kapekape) of the Tuhourangi tribe was painted by Goldie on several occasions. The painting’s title and portrayal of a slumped downcast Kapekape sitting in decay, suggests a substantial passing of time. Kapekape wore a tamoko on her nostril and on her shoulders and like Guide Sophia, she was a survivor of the Tarawera erruption. Before her death, she lived at Whakarewarewa in a whare adjacent to Sophia’s. This painting shows her possibly outside her house. (Chic Colonials: Ataahua, 2003)

A Hundred Years Have Passed
Production date
oil on canvas
460 x 409 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, gift of the artist in memory of his mother, 1939
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Other ID
0/62 Old Accession Number
Copyright Expired
New Zealand Art
Display status
Not on display

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