Liam Barr : The Upraised Hand, Limited Edition Print The Upraised Hand, Limited Edition Print by Liam Barr

The Upraised Hand - LEP

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Each limited edition print is signed & numbered.
Designed to meet gallery and museum
conservation requirements and to respect
the ISO 9706 standard.
• Internally buffered to resist gas fading.
• Acid Free certified to avoid paper degradation.
• Printer: Epson 7880 w/- archival K3 Ultrachrome ink.
• Clear border around the image, (approx 30-40mm).
• Framed prints use conservation materials.
• Unframed prints include GST & Courier within NZ
• Print colours may differ from your screen representation.


image of Te Kooti hiding behind horses head


Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki (Gisborne, c. 1832-1893) Rongowhakaata iwi.
Guerrilla fighter, leader of men and the founder of the Ringatu religion (The Upraised Hand).
After escaping from penal exile in the Chatham Islands, Te Kooti and followers exacted a number
of murderous raids upon settlers and maori in the Bay of Plenty region sparking a huge,
though unsuccessful manhunt throughout the Urewera. Eventually pardoned (1883) he continued
to spread the Ringatu message and fight for the return of appropriated land.

Edition: 25 plus AP's - Signed & Numbered
Size: 61cm x 50cm   Image: 50 x 41.2cm
Stock: Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm - 100% cotton Rag
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