Paper rubbing of an Australian Aboriginal rock engraving, in brown, depicting a brolga (Australian crane) with long, thin legs and an open beak.
- Length: 95.7 centimetres
- Width: 57 centimetres
Described in the BM Register as: "Brolga. Rubbing No: 4M1."One of a collection of thirty-four rubbings made from Australian Aboriginal rock engravings, and acquired by the British Museum in 1974.Register 1974:
Paper rubbing in brown of a bird figure with long, thin legs and an open beak.
"Brolga." Rubbing No: 4M1.
[Oc1974,07 series]: All rubbings from AUSTRALIA. Made by C.W. and J.G. Cutten and M.W. and J.C. Philpott.
OLD MOOTWINGEE Station
New South Wales
- Associated with: Mootwingee
- (Oceania,Australia,New South Wales,Mootwingee)
J.W. Cuttpott is the registered partnership of C.W. & J.G. Cutten and M.W. & J.C. Philpott.
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EOC23895
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