(Australia circa 1926–16 Aug 1998)
120.9 x 152.0 x 2.9cm stretcher
This painting depicts designs associated with the dingo dreaming at the soakage water site of Nyunmanu, south east of Kintore community.
A mother dingo left her pups to go hunting. While she was gone the pups set about digging holes to escape the heat. At some stage a large group of ceremonial men passed this way and on seeing the pups grabbed them and carried them away far to the north. On her return the mother dingo cried and cried.
Australian Art Department, AGNSW, 1999
Hetti Perkins (Australia) (Author), Theresa Willsteed (Editor), Tradition today: Indigenous art in Australia, Domain, 2004, 148 (colour illus.).
'Styles - iconographic and mimimal', pg. 10-11., Education Kit - Papunya Tula: genesis and genius 2000, 2000, 11 (colour illus.).
Hetti Perkins (Australia) (Editor), Hannah Fink (Australia) (Editor), Papunya Tula: genesis and genius, Domain, 2000, 149 (colour illus.), 283. no catalogue number
Papunya Tula: Genesis and Genius, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 18 Aug 2000–12 Nov 2000.