Australian Aboriginal Art: Louis A. Allen Collection
Regents of the University of California, 1970 - Art, Aboriginal Australian - 21 pages
Catalogue of exhibition of the Louis A. Allen Collection held at the University Art Galleries, January 6 - February 1, 1970; Brief description of materials used, relatinship of paintings to ceremonial cycles, stylistic differences between northeast, central & western Arnhem Land, Dhuwa & Yirritja moiety myth, artists, design changes; Plates show items from Milingimbi, (Djambarrpungu, Gupapuyngu), Yirrkala, Groote Eylandt (Mungabuyu), Oenpelli, Melville Island (Tiwi), Central Australia (Aranda) giving names of artists where known & brief versions of associated myths (Yulungurr, ; Wawalak sisters, Morning Star, Purukupali), purpose of carved figures, mortuary skulls, churinga.
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