"Uluru",   Rover THOMAS [JOOLAMA]    Kukatja/Wangkajunga peoples    Australia 1926/1928 – 1998

"Uluru", Rover THOMAS [JOOLAMA] Kukatja/Wangkajunga peoples Australia 1926/1928 – 1998

ROVER THOMAS (JOOLAMA) (c1926 – 1998) WARINGARRI  THE MEETING PLACE, 1996 natural earth pigments with synthetic binder on canvas 180.0 x 240.0 cm

ROVER THOMAS (JOOLAMA) (c1926 – 1998) WARINGARRI THE MEETING PLACE, 1996 natural earth pigments with synthetic binder on canvas 180.0 x 240.0 cm


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