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Classic Aboriginal Art : Mitjili Naparrula holding her painting titled “Watiya Tjuta” (90x60cm). This highly-collectible Aboriginal artist is internationally exhibited. When Mitjili began painting at the Ikuntji Women’s Centre in 1993, her main influence was the style of the Papunya Tula artists. The purchase of this artwork also includes a Certificate of Authenticity and the original photograph of the artist holding this painting of hers.

May 28, 2015
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Australian Aboriginal Art – Boom to Bust to Beyond Sacred

Australian Aboriginal art, as both a modern art movement and a collector market, has been painting graphic dilemmas for Aboriginal artists, art lovers, collectors and dealers alike. From its non-landscape rebirth on boards and canvas at Papunya Tula in 1971-72, … Continue reading

January 9, 2014
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Where to Find Unique Gifts featuring Australian Aboriginal Art Designs

Australia Gift Shop ( www.australiagift.com.au ) is in Australia. The online gift store and art gallery is Australian owned and operated and stocks an extensive range of Australian gifts,  Aboriginal art paintings, Aussie souvenirs, Indigenous artifacts and corporate gifts that feature Aboriginal art or iconic Australian themes. The shop has been … Continue reading

October 15, 2013
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Aboriginal Art Corporate Gifts from Australia Gift Shop are Ideal for Business Executives.

Aboriginal art canvases are awe-inspiring corporate gifts for highly-valued business executives. Australian Aboriginal art may be an acquired taste. However, the taste is developed through exposure, knowledge-based understanding and education. Aboriginal art paintings by major, recognised Aboriginal artists are extremely … Continue reading

October 14, 2013
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Aboriginal Art Market Reality and Authenticity

Aboriginal art paintings are judged and valued according to criteria which can be seen to encourage both preservation and development of this unique cultural form. It is acceptable and appropriate for Australian Aboriginal artists to use the materials, techniques and … Continue reading