There is a large ghost-gum in the foreground and a vista of the western Arrerente country. Beautifully mounted and under glass in an oak frame, signed twice at the bottom of the work (for some reason - perhaps he wasn't happy with the first signature?).
I have been informed by the Museum of Tropical Qld that this is the same as their Indigenous Turtle Shell paintings in their collection. The photos do not do it justice,the shell is very large. I would say it was probably painted in the mid to late 20th century due to the colour paints used.
I have for sale my Joshua Ebatarinja (1940-73) watercolour, measuring 26cm X 18cm within the mount and overall 62cm X 50cm; interesting valley and ghost-gum scene in a superb frame in excellent faux-free condition.
The picture is treble mounted in a quality glazed frame which shows the painting excellently. Signed Harold Malthouse Landscape. Harold Malthouse, the son of Billy and Minnie Malthouse, was born in West of Amata S.A. but was brought up in; died at Alice Springs.
Our aim is to provide an opportunity for people to own original works of art by artists that are represented in some of the country’s major museums. Born at Hermannsburg in the Northern Territory in 1914, Adolf Inkamala was a watercolourist from the Arunta tribe of the Central Desert Region.
NAMATJIRA, Reggie; (born 1946 - ). Hermannsburg Aboriginal Artist. Son of Oscar Namatjira, and Grand Son of Albert Namatjira. He paints in the Traditional style of the Arunta Group, in Central Australia.
Henoch was born on the 16th of July 1914, his second name, Raberaba, means, willy-willy, or wirlwind. The watercolour is clearly signed Henoch Raberaba yet is attributed to his brother Herbert on the back (see photos).
This is an Interesting RARE Original Framed Watercolour Painting, by Australian HERMANNSBURG Aboriginal Artist THERESE RYDER, (born 1946 - ). It is signed lower right, and was painted around 1980. It shows a Lovely Central Australian Landscape Scene, in the East MacDonnell Ranges.
Claude Pannka was a first generation member of the Hermannsbug school, painting with Albert Namatjira, his sons, the three Pareroultja brothers, Walter Ebatarinja, Basil Rantji, Richard Moketarinja, and Benjamin Landara on his expeditions.
Our aim is to provide an opportunity for people to own original works of art by artists that are represented in some of the country’s major museums. Born at Hermannsburg in the Northern Territory in 1921, Benjamin Landara was from the Arunta tribe of the Central Desert Region.
Hilary Wirri is the Artist and this is a double board. This beautiful landscape the Artist lives west of Alice Springs. This beautiful work is signed by Hillary and is on Peterboro board and it's dimensions are approx 800mm x 500 mm.
The picture is in its original frame with glass which shows the painting excellently. It would date from the mid 1960's to the early 70s. The picture shows the ranges with a ghost gum in the foreground, bushes growing behind.
Most of Keith’s works are watercolour on canvas. It is very rare to find an acrylic painting of his, and it is even rarer to find it on board. This beautiful painting of James Range in Heavitree Gap is in an excellent condition.
Born at Hermannsburg in the Northern Territory in 1931, Arnulf Ebatarinja was an indigenous watercolourist and landscape painter from the Arunta tribe. He held exhibitions at the Bloomfield Galleries in Sydney and was the nephew of artist Walter Ebatarinja (1915-1968) and the father of Conley Ebatarinja (1959-2013).