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Textile (batik) on square of silk. Main colours: orange, yellow, in flower/palm design.
- Made in: Ernabella
- (Oceania,Australia,South Australia,Ernabella)
- Found/Acquired: London
- (Europe,British Isles,England,London)
- Length: 90 centimetres
- Width: 83 centimetres
This piece was purchased from the maker during a visit by Ernabella artists to the Department of Ethnography on 6 September 2001. Nungalka Stanley and other Ernabella artists were in England to particiapte in the 'This Earth for Us: Stories and Art of Australia's First People' exhibition, at its' Edinburgh venue, the City Art Centre. They were visiting to view some other Ernabella silks the Department had recently purchased (one of which, Oc2001,09.1, was by Nyukana Baker, Nungalka Stanley's 'sister'). Eth.Doc.[no.].
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EOC35273
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