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Dickie Minyintiri

(1915 )
MINYINTIRI DICKIE Wati Wiiluku Inma Tjukurpa

Deutscher and Hackett
May 18, 2011
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Dickie Minyintiri - Kapi Tjukula

Dickie Minyintiri - Kapi Tjukula

Original 2009
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Lot number: 22
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DICKIE MINYINTIRI

(BORN CIRCA 1915)

Kapi Tjukula (Waterholes) (2009)

synthetic polymer paint on linen

bears Ernabella Arts cat. no. DM1711-09 verso

122 x 122 cm

PROVENANCE

Ernabella Arts, South Australia

Chapman Gallery, Canberra

The Alan Boxer Collection, Canberra

This painting is sold with an Ernabella Arts certificate which reads:

"When Dickie paints this Tjukupa (that he refers to as Kapi Tjukula, or Waterhole), he is painting about when he was a young child still living a nomadic existence with his family, and each of the tjukula (circles) of the paint is a camp at a plentiful water supply. He was born in the Western APY Lands, and with his family, journeyed east, and camped for many years in the foothills of the Musgrave Ranges around Ernabella where water was plentiful. He was living here when the missionaries came in on camels to try and find a suitable place to set up a mission for Pitjantjatjara Yankanytjatjara people. He is one of the few living Anangu that remember first contact. Dickie continues to refer to the great significance of water places and how Anangu spend time at a tukula and once ir has dried up, travel to another."

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Australian Indigenous Art > Indigenous Paintings
Dickie Minyintiri - Kapi

Dickie Minyintiri - Kapi

Original 2007
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Lot number: 227
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DICKIE MINYINTIRI (bornc1915)
KAPI, 2007
75.0 x 50.0 cm
synthetic polymer paint on linen
inscribed verso: artist\\’\\’s name, title, size and Ernabella Artscat.DM1211-07

Ernabella Arts, Alice Springs
Birrung Gallery, Sydney
This painting is accompanied by a certificate of authenticityfrom Ernabella Arts.
Dickie Minyintiri - Wati Wiiluku Inma Tjukurpa

Dickie Minyintiri - Wati Wiiluku Inma Tjukurpa

Original 2007
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Lot number: 228
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DICKIE MINYINTIRI (bornc1915)
WATI WIILUKU INMA TJUKURPA, 2007
60.0 x 90.0 cm (pair)
synthetic polymer paint on linen
inscribed verso: artist\\’\\’s name, title. size and Ernabella Artscat. DM112-07 and DM 1311-07
(2)
Ernabella Arts, Alice Springs
Birrung Gallery, Sydney
This painting is accompanied by a certificate of authenticityfrom Ernabella Arts which states: This painting is based on inma(ceremony) about a bird that is very special to Dickie. It\\’\\’s themale bush stone curlew (wiilu) and comes from a place near Kanpi inthe APY Lands. It dances and sings at night time - a nocturnalbird. It lives in the open woodlands. It has a very loud wailingcall. This bird is now rare, as is the inma that is danced by fewmen, Dickie being one of them. This painting follows the wiilu asit travels between waterholes.
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