Artist John Reynolds mined Harry's Orsman's Dictionary of New Zealand English for his 2007 artwork 'Looking west, late afternoon, low water', which is named after a poem by Allen Curnow. The piece comprises 1,175 small canvases inscribed with Māori words recorded in the dictionary.
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Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi
Acrylic on canvas by John Reynolds
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