The Resource Aboriginal and Oceanic decorative art : travelling art exhibition, National Gallery of Victoria, 28 Feb.- 28 Mar., touring Victorian country centres 1 Apr.- 15 Dec. 1980 / introduction by J. Davidson

Aboriginal and Oceanic decorative art : travelling art exhibition, National Gallery of Victoria, 28 Feb.- 28 Mar., touring Victorian country centres 1 Apr.- 15 Dec. 1980 / introduction by J. Davidson

Label
Aboriginal and Oceanic decorative art : travelling art exhibition, National Gallery of Victoria, 28 Feb.- 28 Mar., touring Victorian country centres 1 Apr.- 15 Dec. 1980 / introduction by J. Davidson
Title
Aboriginal and Oceanic decorative art : travelling art exhibition, National Gallery of Victoria, 28 Feb.- 28 Mar., touring Victorian country centres 1 Apr.- 15 Dec. 1980 / introduction by J. Davidson
Creator
Subject
Summary
Includes detailed descriptions of the Manggalili bark paintings from north-eastern Arnhem Land and information on the painter Narritjin Maymuru
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Ryan, Judith
Date time place
1980
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  • Maymuru, Narritjin
  • National Gallery of Victoria
Label
Aboriginal and Oceanic decorative art : travelling art exhibition, National Gallery of Victoria, 28 Feb.- 28 Mar., touring Victorian country centres 1 Apr.- 15 Dec. 1980 / introduction by J. Davidson
Instantiates
Publication
Note
illus.; maps; tbl
Control code
M0025460
Extent
56 p.
Stock number
p 9001 ; p 10457
System control number
0038774
Label
Aboriginal and Oceanic decorative art : travelling art exhibition, National Gallery of Victoria, 28 Feb.- 28 Mar., touring Victorian country centres 1 Apr.- 15 Dec. 1980 / introduction by J. Davidson
Publication
Note
illus.; maps; tbl
Control code
M0025460
Extent
56 p.
Stock number
p 9001 ; p 10457
System control number
0038774

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