Aboriginal Art

In 1971, art teacher Geoffrey Bardon encouraged Indigenous Australians living in Papunya, north-west of Alice Springs, to put their Dreamings onto canvas. These stories, which had previously been drawn on to the ephemeral desert sand or directly onto the body, were now given a more permanent form. The artists succeeded in forming their own company in 1972, and have been identified as the Papunya Tula Art Movement.
Since then, Aboriginal artists working in the Central and Western Desert of Australia have translated their traditional stories onto canvas, producing dynamic and vibrant paintings that are not only aesthetically beautiful, but charged with a rich ancient culture.
At Anala Art Advisory we can take you on this very special journey when purchasing a specific piece, with direct lineage and disclosed provenance, we will give you the complete DNA of the painting you choose.

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