Mythscapes; Aboriginal Art of the Desert'

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One of the most interesting art movements of modern times began when art teacher Geoffrey Bardon, working in the Papunya settlement 250 miles from Alice Springs in the Western desert of Australia, asked a group of children to paint their school house with the curious design motifs he had noticed. The youngsters asked their elders to do it. From those first five rudimentary school murals, Bardon supplied the Aboriginals with paints, brushes and canvases, spawning the creation of art that has attracted buyers around the world ...

Mythscapes; Aboriginal Art of the Desert' 2002, National Gallery of Victoria

ISBN-13: 9780724101368

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