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The National Gallery of Australia holds the largest collection of Australian Indigenous art in the world. Written by Indigenous authors and curators and other experts in the field, this new book features 183 works of art which highlight the diversity, richness and excellence of the Gallery's collection including: rare 19th-century objects; The Aboriginal Memorial hollow log coffins from Central Arnhem Land; Papunya paintings from the early 1970s; vibrant and expansive paintings from the Western and Central deserts; intimate watercolour paintings from Hermannsburg; bold ochred paintings from the Kimberley, and much more.
|Publisher||National Gallery of Australia|
|Number of pages||256|
|Dimensions||H 25cm x W 17.5cm|
Sarah McCulloch, Emily McCulloch Childs
Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy
Allison Fogarty and Toby Fairbank (editors)
Art Gallery of NSW
Amber Creswell Bell
Margo Neale (Editor)