A Ceremonial Headdress, Mornington Island, Queensland (2003), cane binding, bark, human hair string, feathers and natural earth pigments, 43 cm high. Provenance: The Alex & Annette Hood Collection, NSW
Curly Bardagadapu (Attributed) (circa 1924-1987), Untitled (Moon Man & Crocodiles) (circa 1970), natural earth pigments on eucalyptus bark, 58.5 x 40 cm. Provenance: The Alex & Annette Hood Collection, NSW
An Australian aboriginal bark painting by Tommy Gondorra Steele, c.1976, depicting Ganawurla Niya Clan Totems, including Bokburra (frog) Jimichima (water plant), Gopardich (honey eater), Lorrkom (ceremony) and Wangara (spirit beings). Biographical and gall
Ray Munyal (1935 - 1995) hunting story ochres on bark dated certificate Maningrada Arts & Crafts verso,1982 Language group: Djinang Clan: Ngrasaning painted Maningrada Region, Central Arnhem Land in near perfect condition original label Reads: ' the man &
David Milaybuma (1938-1983) Noworan: rock python ochres on bark Language: Eastern Kun Winijku dated certificate verso Maningrada arts, March 1982 painted: Maningrada Region, Central Arnhem Land in near perfect condition Provenance: Collected by Dr George V
Bilinyarra Nabegeyo (c.1920-early 1990s) Mimi spirit ochres on bark Western Arnhem Land, circa 1960s. Bilinyarra (Biliyeyhkga) Nabegeyo was born in about 1920. He was a Kunwinjku speaker, belonging to the Djalama clan and the Yirritja moiety whose country
Yuwurnyuwurn Marruwarr 1928-1978 Mimi spirit and kangaroo ochres on bark Western Arnhem Land. Yuwurnyuwurn Marruwarr was born in about 1928 at a remote camp near the Liverpool River. A Kunwinjku speaker, he belonged to the Marrirn clan and Kamarrang subsec
Mick Kubarkku c.1924-2008 emu ochres on bark Maningrida area, Central Arnhem Land c.1960's Subsection Balang Clan: Kulmarru Moiety: Dhuwa Language: Eastern Kininjku inscribed verso Mick Gubaru (old spelling of artists name) 74 x 32 cm
Wally Mandarrk 1915 -1987 Kukuken: the Fresh water crocodile ochres on bark Moiety: Dhuwa Central Arnhem Land, circa 1970 old label affixed verso reads: 'Mandarrk 45 years old, Dagbon from upper Liverpool River' 65 x 26 cm
George Djahgurrnga c.1918-1980s funerary Ceremonies ochres on bark West Arnhem Land, c.1960s George Merwulunlu Djahgurrnga was born in about 1918. A Kunwinjku speaker, he grew up in the bush and did not move to the Oenpelli mission, established in 1925. Sc
Dick Nguleingulei Murramurra (1920-1988) Kukuken ochres on bark Language group: Gunwinggu Clan: Nabularldja old label affixed verso, Kukuken ; the Fresh water crocodile, which is a totem of the Dhuwa Moiety and is also called 'My mother's dreaming 'By the
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