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Three various Aboriginal bark paintings. Two oval works, One depicting snakes; other with label verso, 'Sacred Story'. Length 62 cm. (longest)

Arnold Watt Untitled (clan designs) circa 1978-83 natural pigment fixative on bark 67 x 31 cm

Garry Djorlom File snakes 1988 ochre on stringy bark Ex-Frank slip collection. Frank slip was a long-time friend of Geoffrey Bardon and travelled with him through Central Australia visiting Aboriginal communities purchasing Art directly from artists as wel

Dhakwul Guya, fish 1980 ochre on stringy bark Ex-Frank slip collection. Frank slip was a long-time friend of Geoffrey Bardon and travelled with him through Central Australia visiting Aboriginal communities purchasing Art directly from artists as well as Ar

Garnarr Marryn climbing plum tree 1985 ochre on stringy bark Ex-Frank slip collection. Frank slip was a long-time friend of Geoffrey Bardon and travelled with him through Central Australia visiting Aboriginal communities purchasing Art directly from artist

Mervyn Roughsey (attributed) Untitled (clan designs) 1978 - 1983 natural pigments and fixative on bark

A pair of early aboriginal painted bark panels in the stylised form of a crocodile. Arnhem Land, Northern Australia 109 & 113 cm

An Aboriginal bark painting featuring a crocodile, snake and gooanna. Arnhem Land, Northern Australia 76 cm

A pair of early aboriginal painted bark panels in the form of a crocodile, kangaroos and a snake. Arnhem Land, Northern Australia 61 cm, and 88 cm

Bark Painting: 'The Dreamtime Story About the Barramundi'. Sign lower right 'Rak.', Jumkinburri tribe with paper label verso. 51 x 15 cm. Excellent condition

Early Aboriginal bark painting, superb example with natural earth pigments on eucalyptus bark. East Arnhem Land style subject is a rifle fish. Length 77 cm. Width 42 cm

A Tiwi bark painting, circa 1960 32 by 54 cm

Artist Unknown, Port Keats Crocodile and Sea Creatures natural earth pigments on bark 58 x 28 cm

Djorkali, Arnhem Land Tribe- Gurwunggu Country- Oenpelli Mimih Spirits and Namarodo spirits natural earth pigments on bark 40 x 22 cm

Dick Nguleingulei Murramurra Two Barramundi, circa 1977 natural earth pigments on eucalyptus bark 32 x 62 cm

Artist Unknown, Western Arnhem Sea Creature, circa 1970 natural earth pigments on bark 95 x 23 cm

Artist Unknown, Groote Eylandt Hunters, Fish & Animals, Circa 1960 natural earth pigments on bark 81 x 46 cm

Artist Unknown Little Dugong natural earth pigments on bark 43 x 32.5 cm

Mimih Spirit, West Arnhem Land natural earth pigments on bark. 61 cm x 31 cm

A bark painting c.1960s from Eastern Arhemland earth colours cross hatched deocoration around a central motif 25 x 64.5 cm

Shirley Banalanydju 2006 Moitjwakangakal, ochre on bark 127 x 47.5 cm

Peter Minygululu 2003 Witiji ga RatjUK (olive python and Barramundi), ochre on bark 101 x 45 cm

ATTRIBUTED TO BAKULANGAY MARAWILI, CIRCA 1970. Untitled - squid figures and fish. Natural earth pigments on bark, 168 x 64 cm

BOBBY BARRDYARAY NGANJMIRRA (1915-1991). two Mimih Spirits and Namarodo Spirits, natural earth pigments on bark, 50 x 22 cm

ARTIST UNKNOWN, CIRCA 1970. Water creature. Natural earth pigments on bark, 58 x 25 cm. Provenance: Maniingrida Arts and Crafts, label to verso

UNKNOWN ARTIST, GROOTE EYLAND, CIRCA 1960. Figures with reeds. Natural earth pigments on bark, 32 x 62 cm

DICK ROUGHSEY GOOBALATHALDIN, O.B.E (CIRCA 1920-1985). Hunters with Fish and Nets, 1966. Natural earth pigments on bark, 43 x 34.5 cm

NANDABITTA, GROOTE EYLANDE (1911-1981). Figures, rays and mythical spirits, circa 1960. Natural earth pigments on bark, 71 x 43 cm

Aboriginal bark painting. Male and female Mimis with hunting implements, kangaroo, goannas and water lillies. Provenance: collection 1972, late Professor Derek Freeman, Anthropologist, Australian National University. Natural pigments on bark. 37 x 104 cm

Lily Karedada Born c. 1937, Wandjina, earth pigment on bark inscribed with artist's name and 'Waringarri Arts' verso 47. 5 x 25 cm

Kemp, Roslyn Ann, 'The crocodile story', natural earth pigments on bark, 62 x 39 cm

Djaykurrnga, George (b.1930), 'Mimi and Namarodo Spirits.' Descriptive label verso. Oenpelli. Natural earth pigments on bark, 54 x 24 cm

Yalandja, Owen (b.1960), Yawkyawk water spirit, 1993. Maningrida Arts and Culture descriptive certificate verso. Catalogue #YALA9/793, with accompanying Dvd of Yawkyawk legend. Ochre pigment on stringy bark, 93 x 58 cm

Artist unknown, (Northern Territory c.1970) tree with birds natural ochres and binder on bark 72.5 x 41.5 cm

Artist unknown, and Kimberleys. Wandjina rain spirit. Natural earth pigments on bark.79 x 43 cm

David Malangi, Australian Aboriginal, natural earth pigments on bark, fish, painted off the dollar bill pattern (left half), 16.5 x 26.5 cm

Bruce Wardungku Maningridda, rainbow spirit consuming creation ancestor, circa 1970, bark painting 40 cm

Western Arnhem land kangaroo, circa 1970, bark painting 65 x 33.5 cm

Tiwi, circa 1970, bark painting 55 x 32 cm

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