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Artist: Naarta Ross Nungurrayi
Year: 2003
Medium: Acrylic on Belgium Linen
Size: 90cm x 60cm
Price: $3150
Shipping: To be quoted
Description: This painting depicts designs associated with the rock hole site of Marrapinta, situated in a creek west of the Pollock Hills in Western Australia. A group of Nangala and Napangati women camped at this site during their travels west. While there, the women made nose bones, also known as marrapinti, which are worn through a hole in the nose. These bones were originally used by both men and women but are now only inserted by older people on ceremonial occasions. The women later travelled east, passing through Wirrulnga and Ngaminya and then to Kiwirrikurra. A Blue Chip Rare Investment work
Reference: NRN60