The Resource Two ways : Therrengare Mparetyeke ; Landscape as spiritual art : Pmere Tnengkarre; Otto Pareroultja (1914-1973); The lure of the centre

Two ways : Therrengare Mparetyeke ; Landscape as spiritual art : Pmere Tnengkarre; Otto Pareroultja (1914-1973); The lure of the centre

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Two ways : Therrengare Mparetyeke ; Landscape as spiritual art : Pmere Tnengkarre; Otto Pareroultja (1914-1973); The lure of the centre
Title
Two ways : Therrengare Mparetyeke ; Landscape as spiritual art : Pmere Tnengkarre; Otto Pareroultja (1914-1973); The lure of the centre
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Language
eng
Summary
There are two ways of painting in Alice Springs and Santa Teresa, western-style landscapes and classic 'dot' painting; the religious aspect of Arrernte landscape painting; non-Aboriginal artists interest in central Australia and increasing number of artists visiting the centre from the late 1920s to the 1970s; brief discussion of Otto Pareroultja and his artistic style
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Literary form
non fiction
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Alice Springs Cultural Precinct
Series statement
Alice Springs Cultural Precinct factsheet
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  • Pareroultja, Otto
  • Art, Australian
  • Artists, Aboriginal Australian
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Two ways : Therrengare Mparetyeke ; Landscape as spiritual art : Pmere Tnengkarre; Otto Pareroultja (1914-1973); The lure of the centre
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Publication
Extent
[4] pages
Label
Two ways : Therrengare Mparetyeke ; Landscape as spiritual art : Pmere Tnengkarre; Otto Pareroultja (1914-1973); The lure of the centre
Publication
Extent
[4] pages

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