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TALI (Sand Hills)

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About the painting:Tali (sand hill) stands in the transcendent sense for the constantly changing, hard Australian landscape and its sand hills, which are shifted due to natural forces such as rain and drought. For the Aboriginal people Tali is an important motif of the dream period.About the Artist:Margaret Lewis Napangardi was born in the mid-1950s north-west of Alice Springs and is the sister of the famous artist Dorothy Robinson's Napangardi. Margaret grew up in Mina Mina, where the Warlpiri language was spoken. This area and its experiences there are part of the recurring themes of their pictures. Margaret lives 300 kilometers northwest of Alice Springs with her sister Judy Watson Napangardi.
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Paintings that do not contain any  bars to support it.

You will have to get it stretched on wooden bars.

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Means that the painting comes with wood stretcher bars attached against the back of the painting. This simply means that you are now able to hang your painting on a wall once received.

to hang on a wall



Allows you to protect the painting for several years. Of course, it is ready to hang once received

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That could be anything else... From an installation or sculpture, to paintings on a special surface like wood, stone or glas.

Because we are global and have artists offering many different types of works, It is always recommended to review the full artwork description.