Gottfried Lindauer

Hon Sir James Carroll

Hon Sir James Carroll by Gottfried Lindauer

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Born in Wairoa in Northern Hawkes Bay, Carroll was one of eight children born to Sydney-born Irishman Joseph Carroll and Tapuke of Ngati Kahungūnu whakapapa. Carroll's upbringing was bi-cultural for he had the benefit of Native School, European and higher learning in traditional Whare Wanangā. Regarded with respect he believed that Māori could succeed very well in European Society and committed his life to empowering Māori to achieve economical strength and equality with Pākehā. Sir James Caroll impressed all he met with his physical stature, his knowledge and wit and is remembered with affection as Timi Kara.

Hon Sir James Carroll
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oil on canvas
664 x 588 x 50 mm
G. Lindauer (l.r.). (reverse) Hon: J. Carroll (Native Minister).
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Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, gift of Mr H E Partridge, 1915
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New Zealand Art
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Not on display

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