Anatjari (Yanyatjarri) Tjakamarra (c.1930-1992)

 
   The Tingari at Yawulywurru , 1987   Bears ‘East to West’ exhibition details, catalogue number 95, location (Tandanya 1990) and title on the reverse of the stretcher and Papunya Tula Artists catalogue number AT870668 on the reverse  Synthetic polymer paint on canvas 183 x 121cm   Provenance:  Commissioned by Duncan Kentish in Docker River, Northern Territory Papunya Tula Artists, Alice Springs Private collection   Exhibited:   East to West: Land in Papunya Tula Painting,  curated by John Kean, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Adelaide, 4 March to 3 June, 1990, cat. No.95  Cf. For a stylistically similar painting see  Tingari Cycle Dreaming at Paratjakutti, 1989 in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.  For another work by the artist produced around the same period see Women’s Dreaming Near Kiwirrkura, 1989 in the Kluge-Ruhe Collection in   Hetti Perkins and Hannah Fink,  Papunya Tula: Genesis and Genius , Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2000, p.106 and Howard Morphy and M. Smith Boles (eds.),  Art from the Land: Dialogues with the Kluge-Ruhe Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art , Charlottesville USA: University of Virginia, 1999, p.242, pl.8.30.   Acquired:  National Museum of Australia, Canberra

The Tingari at Yawulywurru, 1987

Bears ‘East to West’ exhibition details, catalogue number 95, location (Tandanya 1990) and title on the reverse of the stretcher and Papunya Tula Artists catalogue number AT870668 on the reverse

Synthetic polymer paint on canvas
183 x 121cm

Provenance:
Commissioned by Duncan Kentish in Docker River, Northern Territory
Papunya Tula Artists, Alice Springs
Private collection

Exhibited:
East to West: Land in Papunya Tula Painting, curated by John Kean, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Adelaide, 4 March to 3 June, 1990, cat. No.95

Cf. For a stylistically similar painting see Tingari Cycle Dreaming at Paratjakutti,1989 in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.  For another work by the artist produced around the same period see Women’s Dreaming Near Kiwirrkura, 1989 in the Kluge-Ruhe Collection in   Hetti Perkins and Hannah Fink, Papunya Tula: Genesis and Genius, Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2000, p.106 and Howard Morphy and M. Smith Boles (eds.), Art from the Land: Dialogues with the Kluge-Ruhe Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art, Charlottesville USA: University of Virginia, 1999, p.242, pl.8.30.

Acquired:
National Museum of Australia, Canberra