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Mitjili Napurrula - Watiya Tjuta - 91 x 147cm

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Mitjili Naparrula is one of the most famous Aboriginal women painters. Her mother Tjunkayi Napaltjarri and her mother Yumari, a Pintupi / Luritja woman came in from the desert and later in c.1945 Mitjili was born a Pintupi woman in Ikuntji (Haasts Bluff).


Like many of her generation, Mitjili witnessed the genesis of the Papunya Tula art movement and her family’s artistic contributions. Her family is one of great importance in the Papunya Aboriginal community. Her mother was involved in the ‘Minyma Tjukurrpa Project’ and consequently became one of the principal women painters at Kintore. Mitjili’s late brother Turkey Tolsen, was the chairman of Papunya Tula Artists, and also a renowned artist whose artworks remain sought after by various collectors all around the world.

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Watijy Tjuta Dreaming

The painting depicts four significant elements referring to Uwalki Country - Mitjili's father and brother - the renowned Turkey Tolson's (passed away) homeland around Ikuntji (Haasts Bluff) west of Alice Springs in Central Australia.

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Certification of Authentisity


All the artworks from redrock gallery are fully certificated.

This Paintings comes with:

- Photos of the artiest painting

- Certification of Authentisity

- Biography of Mitjili Napurrula

- Introduction of the Dreaming

- Introduction of the symbolism

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