Ngarin Janu Country
Nagrin Janu Country
Place where the work was made
earth pigments in synthetic polymer resin on canvas
100.0 x 140.0 cm
Not on display
© Estate of Rover Thomas, courtesy Warmun Art Centre. Licensed by Viscopy, Sydney
Where the work was made
Warmun (Turkey Creek)
Shown in 4 exhibitions
Inner Land, Lunami Art Gallery, Japan, 09 Nov 1993–27 Nov 1993
Another Country, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 04 Jul 1999–02 Apr 2000
One sun, one moon, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 03 Jul 2007–02 Dec 2007
Remembering Forward: An Exhibition of Major Australian Indigenous Artists, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany, 20 Nov 2010–20 Mar 2011
Referenced in 8 publications
Anthony Bond and Victoria Lynn, AGNSW Collections, 'Contemporary Practice - Here, There, Everywhere ...', pg. 229-285, Sydney, 1994, 253 (colour illus.).
Belinda Carrigan (Editor), Rover Thomas: I want to paint, East Perth, 2003, 77.
Deborah Edwards, One sun one moon: Aboriginal art in Australia, ‘Histories in the making: Aboriginal Art and modernism’, pg. 51-63, Sydney, 2007, 61 (colour illus.).
Bruce James, Art Gallery of New South Wales handbook, 'Australian Collection: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art', pg. 208-241, Sydney, 1999, 229 (colour illus.).
Lunami Art Gallery and Ross Gibson, Inner-Land, Japan, 1993, (colour illus.).
Margo Neale, Yiribana: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander collection, Sydney, 1994, 74, 75 (colour illus.), 138, 139. plate no. 35
Hetti Perkins, Art + soul: a journey into the world of Aboriginal art, 'Dreams + nightmares', pg. 88-153, Carlton, 2010, 98 (colour illus.), 280.
Falk Wolf, Remembering forward: Australian Aboriginal painting since 1960, 'Rover Thomas', pg. 58-67, Cologne, 2010, 65 (colour illus.). cat.no. 25