Kunjwinjku people, Yolnga
Painting, on archival paper, a bark substitute, portraying a yabby, barramundi and eel surrounding a cby rocodile.
Larry Nalorlman. Acquired personally at Framed Gallery, Darwin, NT, Australia ca. 1994
16" X 24."

Bark can only be harvested as a medium during the wet season. When bark is unavailable, artists paint dreamtime subjects on archival paper.

Estimated Value FOB Fort Myers. FL US$1,000.00
exclusive of delivery cost.

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