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Australian Aboriginal Art Painting by Judy Watson Napangardi

Australian Aboriginal Art Painting by Judy Watson Napangardi

Yala Yala Gibbs Tjungurrayi (c1928 - 1998) Old Men, 1972, synthetic polymer powder paint on composition board, 51.0 x 34.0 cm. Deutscher & Hackett Important Aboriginal Art auction, March 2014: 40- 60K, estimate. Old Men refers to two old men who were left to die in the desert. Concentric circles at the top represent the men; ovoid forms radiating from a central roundel symbolize the men's spirits. In the lower section, the field of lateral meandering lines encodes their shared Dreamings.

Yala Yala Gibbs Tjungurrayi (c1928 - 1998) Old Men, 1972, synthetic polymer powder paint on composition board, 51.0 x 34.0 cm. Deutscher & Hackett Important Aboriginal Art auction, March 2014: 40- 60K, estimate. Old Men refers to two old men who were left to die in the desert. Concentric circles at the top represent the men; ovoid forms radiating from a central roundel symbolize the men's spirits. In the lower section, the field of lateral meandering lines encodes their shared Dreamings.

Wulaki story - Garrtjambal (Kangaroo) c. 1965 | Central Arnhem Land → Northern Territory → Australia   | Bark painting

Wulaki story - Garrtjambal (Kangaroo) c. 1965 | Central Arnhem Land → Northern Territory → Australia | Bark painting

Aboriginal Bark painting by Mulkun Wirrpanda  www.yirrkala.com

Aboriginal Bark painting by Mulkun Wirrpanda www.yirrkala.com

Australia - Aboriginal Bark Painting...Black-headed python and fruit bats central Arnhem Land. During the flowering season in September, flying foxes are attracted to the blossoms on certain trees. When they root, their droppings fall to the ground and smell as sweet as the blossoms they feed on. The black-headed python waits nearby to eat the old and sick as they fall.

Australia - Aboriginal Bark Painting...Black-headed python and fruit bats central Arnhem Land. During the flowering season in September, flying foxes are attracted to the blossoms on certain trees. When they root, their droppings fall to the ground and smell as sweet as the blossoms they feed on. The black-headed python waits nearby to eat the old and sick as they fall.

Aboriginal Artwork by Adam Reid Sold through Coolabah Art on eBay. Catalogue ID 09056

Aboriginal Artwork by Adam Reid Sold through Coolabah Art on eBay. Catalogue ID 09056

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