Australian Aboriginal Art:
Prints Gallery:

 

Print making has become a growing Australian Abororiginal artistic tradition, especially among the Tiwi people of Bathurst and Melville Islands. These works customarily feature indigenous Australian creatures or mythic scenes. Prints by other famous aboriginal artists also are available. Typically, these are more affordable than single original works yet reflect the artistry of the painter/print maker

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KD45 Samson Poantumilui Tiwi print
KD45
Tiwi Poantumilui shark print
KD46
Australian Aboriginal print with three fish by Doris Gingingara
E446

Australian Aboriginal print of crocodile in cross-hatch technique by Anne Gela
K114


K115

F Puruntatameri Tiwi print
K131


K133

Four-part butterflies Puruntatameri Tiwi print
KD53

Bird and Snake Tiwi guache art print by Tipungwuti ></a><br>
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KD58

KD61 Puruntatameri Tiwi print
KD61

Susan Wanji Wanji Tiwi print
KD62




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