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The eye of the storm : eight contemporary indigenous Australian artists
Bib ID 2984943
Format BookBook
Author
National Gallery of Australia
 
Edition 2nd ed. 
Description Canberra : National Gallery of Australia, 1997 
111 p. : col. ill., maps, ports, ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0642130620
Summary

Includes the works of George Milpurrurru, John Mawurndjul, Brian Nyinawanga, Fiona Foley, Ken Thaiday, Roy Wiggan, Rover Thomas, and Kwementway Kngwarreye.

Notes

Previous ed.: New Dehli : National Gallery of Modern Art, c1996.

Bibliography: p. 109-111.

Subjects National Gallery of Australia -- Catalogs.  |  Art, Australian -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.  |  Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Exhibitions.  |  Art - Painting - Bark.  |  Art - Painting - Acrylic.  |  Art - Sculpture - Carving.  |  Art - Subjects - Landscapes.  |  Art - Art motifs - Cross-hatching.  |  Art - Exhibitions.  |  Art - Catalogues.  |  Art - Art motifs - X-Ray.
Exhibited Catalogue of an exhibition held at the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Dehli, 22 October - 26 November 1996. 

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