synthetic polymer paint on linen
91 x 61cm
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ID: 870 LOCATION: Paddington
Papunya Tula Artists, NT
Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, NSW
Accompanied by a Papunya Tula certificate, catalogue number GT20000427.Story
This painting depicts the soakage water site of Malparingya, situated in sandhill country, north-west of the Kintore Community. Two snakes Ancestors camped at the site before continuing their travel north. These men dug in around the root system of a tree where there is a reservoir of water. They carried this water with them when they travelled. This mythology forms part of the Tingari cycle.