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Paratene Matchitt

(1933 )
MATCHITT Paratene Te Pakanga

International Art Centre
Nov 26, 2009
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Artworks in Arcadja
42

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Paratene Matchitt - Te Pakanga Xxvi, Me Mate Etahi O Tatou. Kia Oraai Etahi Tatou Drawing From Te Pakanga Series

Paratene Matchitt - Te Pakanga Xxvi, Me Mate Etahi O Tatou. Kia Oraai Etahi Tatou Drawing From Te Pakanga Series

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Paratene Matchitt b. 1933
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Te Pakanga XXVI, Me Mate Etahi O Tatou. Kia OraAi Etahi Tatou Drawing from Te Pakanga Series
Pen and ink on paper 48.0 x 66.8
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Provenance: Exhibited: Te Atea - Drawings by Paratene Matchitt,Hawkes Bay Museum, A Hawkes Bay Cultural Trust Touring Exhibition,Label affixed verso Milford Galleries, Auckland Selected works fromthe Te Pakanga Series, 8 - 25 June, 2005.
Paratene Matchitt Te Pakanga Series was completed in 1974. Thethirty five drawings were commissioned by School Publications,Wellington as illustrations for a book called Te Atea (The NewWorld) published in 1975. Te Atea, by Katerina Mataira, waspublished in Maori. The book and the Matchitt illustrations areabout the perils of war and the path to restoration. At the time ofthe Te Pakanga commission, 1974, Matchitt was an Arts AdvisoryOfficer in South Auckland.
Paratene Matchitt - Te Pakanga

Paratene Matchitt - Te Pakanga

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Lot number: 37
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Para Matchitt
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Te Pakanga

Pen & ink on paper 48.0 x 66.8

Signed, inscribed & dated 1974
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Paratene Matchitt (born c.1933) is a New Zealand sculptor and painter. He is known for combining traditional Māori artforms with those of modernist art. His work also references events from New Zealand's history, particularly the Māori prophetic movements of the 19th century and most specifically Te Kooti. He was presented during the Biennale de Paris in 1965. His art formation began with helping his father and grandfather on his workshop at Edgecombe. From 1955 to 1956, he studied at teachers' College in Auckland. In 1957, he began his career as arts and craft adviser for the South Auckland Education Board. He was one of the artists who follow courses during the Maori Arts and Crafts courses at Ruatoria with Pine Taiapa.[1] In November 1964, he exhibited with others major Maori artists in the Waikato, Clive Arlidge and Fred Graham.

Matchitt is of Te Whanau a Apanui, Ngati Porou and Whakatohea.
Paratene Matchitt - Te Pakanga Iii, Mata Ane Te Ao. Pungarehu Anakete Ao, Drawing From Te Pakanga Series

Paratene Matchitt - Te Pakanga Iii, Mata Ane Te Ao. Pungarehu Anakete Ao, Drawing From Te Pakanga Series

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Lot number: 8
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Paratene Matchitt b. 1933
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Te Pakanga III, Mata Ane Te Ao. Pungarehu AnakeTe Ao, Drawing from Te Pakanga Series, 1974
Pen and ink on paper 48.0 x 66.8
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Provenance: Exhibited: Te Atea - Drawings by Paratene Matchitt,Hawkes Bay Museum, A Hawkes Bay Cultural Trust Touring Exhibition,Label affixed verso Milford Galleries, Auckland Selected works fromthe Te Pakanga Series, 8 - 25 June, 2005.
Paratene Matchitt Te Pakanga Series was completed in 1974. Thethirty five drawings were commissioned by School Publications,Wellington as illustrations for a book called Te Atea (The NewWorld) published in 1975. Te Atea, by Katerina Mataira, waspublished in Maori. The book and the Matchitt illustrations areabout the perils of war and the path to restoration. At the time ofthe Te Pakanga commission, 1974, Matchitt was an Arts AdvisoryOfficer in South Auckland.
Paratene Matchitt - Te Pakanga Xxiv - Kei Te Tino Pouri Te Iwi. Me Pehea Ratou Ka Ora

Paratene Matchitt - Te Pakanga Xxiv - Kei Te Tino Pouri Te Iwi. Me Pehea Ratou Ka Ora

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Lot number: 56
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Para Matchitt Te Pakanga XXIV - Kei Te Tino Pouri Te Iwi. Me Pehea Ratou ka Ora Pen & ink on paper 48 x 67 cm Signed, inscribed & dated 1974
Paratene Matchitt - Te Pakanga Series Cover

Paratene Matchitt - Te Pakanga Series Cover

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Lot number: 23
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Paratene Matchitt Te Pakanga Series Cover, 1974 Pen and ink on paper 48 x 67.3 cm
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