Tjangili George - Tjulpuntjulpunpa Talitjara - Wildflowers in the Sandhills - 102 x 76 cm - 19-278 (sold)

Tjangili George - Tjulpuntjulpunpa Talitjara - Wildflowers in the Sandhills - 102 x 76 cm - 19-278 - peinture Aborigène
Tjangili George - Tjulpuntjulpunpa Talitjara - Wildflowers in the Sandhills - 102 x 76 cm - 19-278 - peinture Aborigène

Tjangili George - Tjulpuntjulpunpa Talitjara - Wildflowers in the Sandhills - 102 x 76 cm - 19-278 (sold)

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Artiste : Tjangili George (1950)

Titre : Tjulpuntjulpunpa Talitjara - Wildflowers in the Sandhills

Format : 102 x 76 cm

Provenance et certificat : centre d'art de Kaltjiti

Ref : 19-278

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Explication de l’œuvre :

Tjangili has fond memories as she paints of days long ago. She talks of being a young girl working as an artist at Ernabella weaving rugs out of wool dyed from the flowers of the desert.
"This painting reminds me of the tapestries I used to make and all the beautiful flowers in bright greens, pinks, blues, whites, yellows and purples in bloom after the rain. In those day's you could drink the water from the leaves of the flowers".

Flat plains are dotted with wild flowers and spinifex grass, The painting has captured the vibrancy and colour of the desert landscape in the APY Lands. The flat plains and long ridges of sandhills are typical of the desert country around Fregon and are dotted with wild flowers and spinifex grass. The painting has captured the vibrancy and colour of the desert landscape.

Tjangili is well known for fine brushwork and symmetrical composition Tjangili was born in Ernabella and her mother is Pitjantjatjara and her father is Yankuntjatjara. She married at Ernabella and then moved to Fregon. Tjangeli has three children. She is a senior traditional artist with responsibility for traditional knowledge of dance and country.
*Anangu Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjara Lands, far north west of South Australia

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