Nancy Nungurrayi, 153 x 122 cm. With the courtesy of Papunya Tula Artists.

Warmth from the desert. From the stunning Papunya Tula Artists. (Nancy Nungurrayi, 153 x 122 cm. With the courtesy of Papunya Tula Artists.

Naata Nungurrayi born circa 1932    MARRAPINTI (2003)    synthetic polymer paint on linen. Papunya Tula Artists

"Marrapinti" Naata Nungurrayi (b Australian Aboriginal artist, a senior elder of the Kintore women artist movement

Johnny Warangkula Tjupurrula (c. 1925 - 2001) Tjikari, 1989 Acrylique sur toile - 152 x 122 cm Groupe Luritrja / Pintupi - Papunya - Désert Occidental Certificat: Papunya Tula Artists cat. N° JW890535 - Millon - 03/02/2018

Johnny Warangkula Tjupurrula (c. 1925 - 2001) Tjikari, 1989 Acrylique sur toile - 152 x 122 cm Groupe Luritrja / Pintupi - Papunya - Désert Occidental Certificat: Papunya Tula Artists cat. N° JW890535 - Millon - 03/02/2018

Adelaide Aboriginal Art - Artist Mitjili Napurrula

Untitled by Australian Aboriginal artist Mitjili Napurrula Acrylic on linen, 600 x 600 cm. via Adelaide Aboriginal Art

Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri (circa 1926-1998)  Nyunmanu (Dingo Dreaming)   bears Papunya Tula Artists catalogue number MN830724 on the reverse  synthetic polymer paint on linen  164 x 47cm

Australian Aboriginal art: Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri (circa Nyunmanu (Dingo Dreaming) bears Papunya Tula Artists catalogue number on the reverse synthetic polymer paint on linen 164 x

Stanley Ebatarinja is an amazing landscape artist in the water colour style of Albert Namitjira. This style is a form of geographical elements (Dreaming Sites) and historical sites where tribal events occurred in the past. Started over 40 yrs ago at Papunya Tula.

Stanley Ebatarinja is an amazing landscape artist in the water colour style of Albert Namitjira. This style is a form of geographical elements (Dreaming Sites) and historical sites where tribal events occurred in the past. Started over 40 yrs ago at Papunya Tula.

Ronnie Tjampitjinpa - Tingari cycle Dreaming stories http://www.aboriginalsignature.com/art-aborigene-papunya-tula/ronnie-tjampitjinpa-tingari-cycle-dreaming-stories

Ronnie Tjampitjinpa - Tingari cycle Dreaming stories (sold)

Ronnie Tjampitjinpa - Tingari cycle Dreaming stories http://www.aboriginalsignature.com/art-aborigene-papunya-tula/ronnie-tjampitjinpa-tingari-cycle-dreaming-stories

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Timmy Payungka was born in 1942 and lived until he was from the Papunya Tula school of painting. He was born west of Wilkinkarra .

Katungka  This painting depicts designs associated with the travels of an old women. Walangkura was born at the site of Tjiturlnga, west of Walungurra C. 1946. In her early teens she along with her family moved to Haast Bluff and in 1994 she participated in a joint canvas project between Kinore and Haast bluff. She began painting for Papunya Tula Artists in 1996 and now resides with her husband Johnny Yunget Tjupurrulla in Kiwirrkura

'Katungka' by Australian aboriginal artist Walangkura Napangka The piece depicts designs associated with the travels of an old woman. via au natural

©Donna Nungurrayi  Papunya Tula Artists  Founders of the Central and Western Desert Art Movement

©Donna Nungurrayi Papunya Tula Artists Founders of the Central and Western Desert Art Movement

Lives of the Papunya Tula Artists by Vivien Johnson

NEW Lives of the Papunya Tula Artists by Vivien Johnson

Walangkura Napananagka Papunya Tula - Large Original Painting - Aboriginal Art

Large Original Painting by Walangkura Napananagka Papunya Tula - Aboriginal Art

Large Aboriginal Painting by Walangkura Napananagka w.

Yalti Napangati - Marrapinti nose bones ceremonies http://www.aboriginalsignature.com/art-aborigene-papunya-tula/yalti-napangati-marrapinti-nose-bones-ceremonies

Yalti Napangati - Marrapinti nose bones ceremonies

Yalti Napangati - Marrapinti nose bones ceremonies http://www.aboriginalsignature.com/art-aborigene-papunya-tula/yalti-napangati-marrapinti-nose-bones-ceremonies

Artiste : Ningura Napurrula Titre de l'œuvre : Women ceremonies - Sacred Rockholes Format : 153 x 122 cm Provenance et certificat : centre d'art de Papunya Tula Le certificat original du centre d'art Aborigène de Papunya Tula sera remis avec l'œuvre. Référence de la peinture : NN080

Ningura Napurrula - Women ceremonies - Sacred Rockholes

tumbleword: “ Ningura Napurrula Wirrulnga 2008 Acrylic on linen 153 x 122 cm ”

ARTWORKS | Papunya Tula Artists PTY. LTD.

ARTWORKS | Papunya Tula Artists PTY. LTD.

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