- Place where the work was made
- Media category
- Materials used
- natural pigments and binder on linen
- 129.5 x 130 cm frame
- Signature & date
Signed u.r. verso on canvas, black fibre-tipped pen "F TIMMS". Not dated.
- Gift of Ray Wilson 2014. Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program
- Not on display
- Accession number
- © Estate of Freddie Timms/Copyright Agency
- Artist information
Works in the collection
Freddie Timms was born at Ngarrmaliny and worked as a stockman on various East Kimberley cattle stations for most of his life. He helped paint the boards and danced for the Gurirr Gurirr ceremony devised by Rover Thomas. Subsequently when canvas and paints were supplied to some of the more senior artists, including his father-in-law George Mung Mung, Timms asked for painting materials. His style conforms to the East Kimberley archetype originated by Rover Thomas but is recognisably his own with discrete areas of colour outlined in double rows of dots.
Referenced in 1 publication
Clare Temple, Foundation Newsletter #24, 'Curators' and coordinators' reports', pg. 8-11, Sydney, Jul 2014, 8 (colour illus.).
Other works by Freddie Timms
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