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BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI
Antara - Dreaming Time Stories, 2015
Mimili Maku art center, APY lands, Australia
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
300 X 122 cm
Provenance: Mimili Maku Art Center. This painting won the prestigious 2016 Telstra (NATSIAA) General Painting Award at the National Museum of Darwin.
Published in Harold Thomas wins $50,000 Indigenous art award with stolen generations painting.
Debbie Cuthbertson, The Sydney Morning Herald, August 5th 2016 ; “The truth hurts - Harold Thomas wins award with Aboriginal art that is raw and real”, Steph Harmon, The Guardian, August 5th 2016.
Exhibited and published in NATSIAA Exhibition at Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, National Museum of Darwin, 2016, p. 16.
© Aboriginal Signature • Estrangin gallery, with authorization of the artist and of the Mimili Maku Art Center
GEORGE WITJITI
Piltati - Wanampi Tjukurpa Dreaming Time
Kaltjiti Art Center, APY land, Australia
Acrylic paint on linen
200 x 200 cm
© Aboriginal Signature • Estrangin Fine Art, courtesy of the artist and Kaltjiti Arts
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BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI
Antara - Dreaming Time Stories, 2015
Mimili Maku art center, APY lands, Australia
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
300 X 122 cm
Provenance: Mimili Maku Art Center. This painting won the prestigious 2016 Telstra (NATSIAA) General Painting Award at the National Museum of Darwin.
Published in Harold Thomas wins $50,000 Indigenous art award with stolen generations painting.
Debbie Cuthbertson, The Sydney Morning Herald, August 5th 2016 ; “The truth hurts - Harold Thomas wins award with Aboriginal art that is raw and real”, Steph Harmon, The Guardian, August 5th 2016.
Exhibited and published in NATSIAA Exhibition at Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, National Museum of Darwin, 2016, p. 16.
© Aboriginal Signature • Estrangin gallery, with authorization of the artist and of the Mimili Maku Art Center

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Galerie Aboriginal Signature • Estrangin Fine Art, located in Brussels, was founded by a collector of Australian Aboriginal art who has been active for fifteen years. His well-known collection has been exhibited in several European museums. Through its programming of seven thematic exhibitions each year, the gallery presents the most beautiful examples of Aboriginal art, the finest work from the distant art centers that we directly represent. The sculptures and paintings that the gallery offers are rigorously selected in situ, and every piece has the best possible provenance for Aboriginal art, recognized by major institutions and museums.

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