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From the Ochres of Mungo: Aboriginal Art Today

Marji Hill, Author; Neil McLeod, Photographer
Format
Book
Published
West Heidelberg, Vic., Australia : Dorr/McLeod, 1984.
Language
English
ISBN
0949433063, 9780949433060
Contents
  • Aboriginal art is alive and well today
  • Misconceptions
  • Antiquity
  • Cultural Context
  • Religion
  • Ownership
  • Art, Land, and Dreamtime beings
  • Forms and styles: rock painting, bark painting, ground painting, sculpture and wood carving
  • Innovation
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