Near Ruined City

Angelina GEORGE: artist

Not On Display

About the work


Like many of George's paintings, Near Ruined City, 2007, refers to a culturally
significant location in central Arnhem Land. Burrangie is also known as the
'Ruined City of the Moon' and is believed to be home to the giant creation
ancestors. This site is considered to be very sacred and access is restricted to
certain people from the homelands that surround it. Many of George's
paintings survey this landscape and in this fine example the artist depicts the
rocky terrain which although often very dry supports a myriad of native flora,
which George has also depicted.
MR 21/09/18
copied from aquisition
Title
Near Ruined City
Artist/Maker and role
Angelina GEORGE: artist
Date
2007
Medium
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
Measurements
120.2 x 118.8cm
Credit line
Gift of Jacqui McPhee under the Commonwealth Government's Cultural Gifts Program, 2012
The State Art Collection, The Art Gallery of Western Australia
Accession number
2012/0068

This is one of the paintings in our collection.



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