Tāwhirimātea God Of Storms Fine-Art-Print

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Tāwhirimātea the Maori God Of Storms,

This formidable art piece brings a sense of Tāwhirimātea and his incredible power.
-Size- A3 (297 × 420 mm) Print Perfect for hanging on your wall, (studio/office or home)
-Printed on thick and sturdy Smooth Rag paper / (has an almost velvety look)
-High resolution print (lots of detail and crisp color)
-Safely kept in plastic cellophane sleeve with cardboard back
-Officially signed by artist

This piece is a mixture of digital painting and matte painting

Other options:
A2 print also available
Custom framing (please contact seller for pricing)

Origins of the weather

While the Māori word for weather is rangi (also meaning sky), in Māori tradition the deity who controls the weather is Tāwhirimātea.

In the creation story, the children of Ranginui (the sky father) and Papatūānuku (the earth mother) wished to separate their parents so that light could come into the world. The only brother who did not agree to this was Tāwhirimātea, the god of wind and storms. When Ranginui and Papatūānuku were separated, he ascended to the sky to be with his father. Together they plotted revenge against the other brothers. At this time Tāwhirimātea began to produce his numerous offspring.

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Shipping details

  • Ships from Auckland, New Zealand.
  • $20.00 Rest of the World
    (Free with another item)
  • Pick up by arrangement.
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