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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art

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Title

Jilji

1991


Artist

Wakartu Cory Surprise

Australia

circa 1929 -

Language group

Walmajarri, Western Desert region


Details


Date

1991


Media category

Painting


Materials used

synthetic polymer paint on paper


Dimensions

56.0 x 75.5 cm image/sheet; 79.0 x 104.0 x 3.0 cm frame


Signature & date

Not signed. Not dated.


Credit

Purchased 1992


Location

Not on display


Accession number

297.1992


Artist information

Wakartu Cory Surprise

Works in the collection

1


Place

Where the work was made
Fitzroy Crossing

Shown in 3 exhibitions

Exhibition history


Referenced in 8 publications

Bibliography


Board of Studies of New South Wales, Aboriginal Perspective- History Teaching Kit, Sydney, 1995.

Jonathan Cooper (Editor), The Art Gallery of New South Wales Bulletin, 'Yiribana Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Gallery', pg. 10-13, Sydney, Oct 1994-Nov 1994, 11 (colour illus.).

Richard Cotter, Change and continuity; 20th Century Australian History, South Yarra, 1998, 178 (colour illus.).

Karen Dayman, One sun one moon: Aboriginal art in Australia, ‘Fitzroy Crossing: Collaborative process, cultural projects’, pg. 249-253, Sydney, 2007, 250 (colour illus.).

Ewen McDonald, AGNSW Collections, 'From Colonialism to late Modernism', pg. 7-106, Sydney, 1994, 105 (colour illus.).

Margo Neale, Yiribana: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander collection, Sydney, 1994, 72, 73 (colour illus.), 138, 139. plate no. 34

Margo Neale, Yiribana, Sydney, 1994, 3 (colour illus.).

Hetti Perkins, Aboriginal Women's Exhibition, 'Introduction', pg. 7-13, Sydney, 1991, 41 (colour illus.), 51. Courtesy of Karrayili/Mangkaja Arts