If a picture paints a thousand words, what does the title of an artwork tell us? Artists often use titles to signify areas of interest – and titles can lead us to understand the importance of the message and their intent.

Explore this in Charles F Goldie: Revealing the Painter and the Subject, which includes an important new long-term loan from a private collection: A Chieftain of the Arawa Tribe Wharekauri Tahuna Aged 102, A Noble Relic of a Noble Race 1941.