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Shield
Wood; Paint
Sarawak (Malaysia - Borneo), 20th Century

Another example of the Bidayuh shield, this is decorated with yellow, red and green on a white and black background. There is a small mask in the centre and four others surrounding the main motif. The inside surface is black and white with yellow and red accents and four masks similar to those on the front surface.

From the Collection of Colin Henderson Smith and Gloria M. (Nee Boroughs) Smith.

Bibliography: Chin and Mashman, Sarawak: Cultural Legacy; Richter, Arts and Crafts of Indonesia; Haddon, “The Dog-motive in Bornean Art,” (copy in document file)
The display includes various types of spears, including four warfare spears from the Min People of Papua New Guinea. These were donated by Tim Eaton in 1994. Three are on display:
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Spear
Bamboo; Wood; Rattan; Paint
Papua New Guinea, 20th Century
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Spear
Bamboo; Wood; Rattan; Paint
Papua New Guinea, 20th Century
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Spear
Bamboo; Wood; Rattan; Paint
Papua New Guinea, 20th Century
No Pic U995.16.5
The Sortie Made by the Garrison of Gilbralter
John Trumbull
Ink; Paper
1799

This engraving illustrates a sortie made by the garrison of Gilbralter on 17 November 1781. It was donated to the Royal Roads Military College by Bruce and Dorothy Brown, and when the College closed, the engraving was transferred to the Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery.
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Combat Naval de Fou-Tcheou
C. Kuwasseg
Oil; Canvas
1885

This painting illustrates the scene of a battle which took place on 23 August 1884. It was donated to the Royal Roads Military College by Bruce and Dorothy Brown, and transferred to the Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery after the College closed.