Bark Painting with Mullet Fish by Robin Guningbal, Burada Tribe, Blythe River

Item TB337 

This Item was Sold on 2June 2015 for $100

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This medium size stringybark painting was painted by Robin Guningbal of the Burada Tribe in the Blythe River Region. The central theme of this bark is two mullet fish, Robin's totem. The bark has a metal picture hanging bar on the back for hanging the bark with the long axis horizontal. The reverse side has a small piece of paper with the name of the artist and region. There is also a note written in pen that says " To mother from Janet R R Peavy ". The bark has a natural curl, along the entire length.

Length = 56 cm ; Width = 23 cm ; Weight = 616 gm

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