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Yirawala Bark Painting Creation story

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their aboriginal bark painting is by Billy Yirawala.

YirawalaBark Painting   Yirawala is one of the most prolific and best known bark Painters. His works are unique because he does not stick to a particular regional style. Due to his travels he had many regional influences and managed to blend those into a style unique...

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their aboriginal bark painting is by Billy Yirawala. It compares different examples

YirawalaBark Painting   Yirawala is one of the most prolific and best known bark Painters. His works are unique because he does not stick to a particular regional style. Due to his travels he had many regional influences and managed to blend those into a style unique...

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their aboriginal bark painting is by Billy Yirawala.

Lofty NabadayalBark painting Lofty Nabadayal was one of the best and most prolific Aboriginal bark painters from Oenpelli in Western Arnhem Land. He stuck true to his rock painting background and did not incorporate styles from other areas.

Lofty NabadayalBark painting Lofty Nabadayal was one of the best and most prolific Aboriginal bark painters from Oenpelli in Western Arnhem Land. He stuck true to his rock painting background and did not incorporate styles from other areas.

Womens Dreaming by Tanya Napangardi

Womens Dreaming by Tanya Napangardi from Watiyawanu, Central Australia created a 40 x 30 cm Acrylic on Belgian Linen painting SOLD at the Aboriginal Art Store

Lofty Bardayal Nadjamerrek (1926-2009) Untitled (Mimihs), c.1970

Lofty Bardayal Nadjamerrek (1926-2009) Untitled (Mimihs), c.1970

Peter Marralwanga

Peter Marralwanga

Aboriginal Bark Painting...LongkaLongka  These pearl shell groin covers come from the Kimberleys in Western Australia. They are not extremely rare but really great examples like this one are. It measures 18 cm and dates to the 1930's

LongkaLongka These pearl shell groin covers come from the Kimberleys in Western Australia. They are not extremely rare but really great examples like this one are. It measures 18 cm and dates to the

'Mimi Women Giving Birth' by Billy Yirawala. Copyright: Estate of the artist licensed by Aboriginal Artists Agency Ltd.

Lofty NabadayalBark painting     Lofty Nabadayal was one of the best and most prolific Aboriginal bark painters from Oenpelli in Western Arnhem Land. He stuck true to his rock painting background and did not incorporate styles from other areas.   I collect...

Lofty NabadayalBark painting Lofty Nabadayal was one of the best and most prolific Aboriginal bark painters from Oenpelli in Western Arnhem Land. He stuck true to his rock painting background and did not incorporate styles from other areas. I collect.

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