A Charles F Goldie painting will go under the hammer in Auckland after being unseen by the public for more than 100 years, Stuff reports. International Art Centre director Richard Thomson said Goldie was considered one of the “finest painters of Māori elders New Zealand has produced”. Hori Pokai – A Sturdy Stubborn Chief was painted by Goldie in 1919. “The Goldie has never been seen in public and the sale will be the first time it has been on the market in more than 100 years,” said Thomson.