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Paddy Tjapaltjarri Stewart

(1935 -  2013 )
STEWART Paddy Tjapaltjarri Untitled

Leonard Joel
Oct 16, 2011
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Paddy Tjapaltjarri Stewart - Yakajirri Jukurrpa (bush Raisin Dreaming)

Paddy Tjapaltjarri Stewart - Yakajirri Jukurrpa (bush Raisin Dreaming)

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Lot number: 26
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Description: Paddy Japaljarri Stewart Yakajirri Jukurrpa (Bush Raisin Dreaming) acrylic on canvas signed verso 610mm x 910mm PROVENANCE Purchased from the Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation, Yuendumu, Australia. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity Categories: Modern & Contemporary Art
Paddy Tjapaltjarri Stewart - Untitled

Paddy Tjapaltjarri Stewart - Untitled

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Lot number: 242
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Paddy Stewart Tjapaltjarri (born circa 1940)

Untitled synthetic polymer paint on canvas inscribed verso 'Property of Warlurkurlangu Artists Association'

and bearing cat no. 201/88 121 x 91cm PROVENANCE Warlurkurlangu Artists Association,

Yuendumu,

NT Private collection Cromwell's,

Sydney 2003 Private collection,

Melbourne
Paddy Tjapaltjarri Stewart - Yuendumu Doors

Paddy Tjapaltjarri Stewart - Yuendumu Doors

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Lot number: 291
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All numbered in pencil lower left, door number lower centre,doors 1-14, 18-25 and 28 signed 'PS' lower right, doors 15-17,26-27 and 29-30 bear artist's mark lower right
Etching, edition 54/75
PROVENANCE
Printed by Northern Editions, Darwin in 2000-01 forWarlukurlangu Artists, YuendumuCorporate collection
LITERATURE AND REFERENCES
Perkins, H. et al. (eds.), One Sun One Moon: Aboriginal Art inAustralia, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2007,pp.200-201, Doors 1,3,4,11,20,17,26,27,30 illus.
CATALOGUE NOTE
A series of 30 etchings based on the Yuendumu School Doorspaintings made at Yuendumu, Northern Territory, by the twosurviving artists who painted the original school doors in 1983.See Warlukurlangu Artists, Kuruwarri: Yuendumu Doors, AustralianInstitute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra, 1987In this series of etchings Paddy Stewart and Paddy Sims havereinterpreted the Jukurrpa (Dreamings) painted on to the originalschool doors. The Yuendumu School Door project was devised by theheadmaster, Terry Davis, in consultation with the senior Warlpirimen to make the school 'look less "European" ... by paint(ing) theschool doors with traditional designs (E. Michaels in WarlukurlanguArtists 1987, p.135). The school doors were painted with kuruwarri(men's traditional designs) by Larry Jungurrayi Spencer (1919–90),Paddy Japaljarri Sims, Paddy Jupurrurla Nelson (1920–98), RoyJupurrurla Curtis and Paddy Japaljarri Stewart, with the help ofsome of the schoolchildren. The thirty doors bear twentysevenseparate Jukurrpa to which all members of the community had anancestrally-inherited association.The painting of the doors was an affirmation of the Warlpiri'scultural strength, and it also allowed the men to work on a scalewith which they were accustomed, in relation to the size ofceremonial ground paintings.
The anthropologist Eric Michaels, who was conducting researchamong the Warlpiri at Yuendumu at the time, saw the painted doorsas a major accomplishment for 'contemporary international art aswell as an achievement in indigenous culture' and 'these doorsseemed to strike a chord with issues and images that were beingnegotiated in the art galleries of Sydney, Paris and New York'(ibid. 1987:135). The doors project also acted as a catalyst formale Warlpiri artists to approach the public art domain withpaintings of substance, ie. on a large scale, in which they had thephysical space to elaborate complex ancestral episodes, rather thanon the small canvasboards which, they felt, restricted them todetails of narratives. Within two years of the School Door project,Warlukurlangu Artists cooperative was established to serve theWarlpiri artists' needs and to promote their work in the publicdomain. The original doors are now housed at the South AustralianMuseum in Adelaide.This set of etchings is sold with 30 accompanying WarlukurlanguArtists certificates
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