Aboriginal artist Albert Namatjira. His watercolour of Australian outback landscapes were of the Hermannsburg School, a predominantly western style which departed from the highly symbolic style of traditional Aboriginal art. In 1957 he was the first Northern Territory Aboriginal to be freed from ward of the State status and the first Aboriginal to be granted Australian citizenship which entitled him to vote. He was the first named Aboriginal person to be honoured on an Australian postage…

Aboriginal Artist: Albert Namatjira, doing what he loved best, paint in outback Australia.

Albert Namatjira Kwariitnama (Organ Pipes) c.1945-53 watercolour over pencil on paper Ngurratjuta/Pmara Ntjarra Aboriginal Corporation

Albert Namatjira, Kwariitnama, Watercolour Over Pencil on Paper - Albert Namatjira, born Elea Namatjira, was a Western Aranda-speaking Aboriginal artist from the western MacDonnell Ranges in Australia.

Albert Namatjira in 1954.  Indigenous Australian artist Albert Namatjira (1902–1959) is arguably Australia's best known Aboriginal painter. He is known for watercolours of desert landscapes rather than the symbolic style of traditional Aboriginal art. His paintings also depict Ghost Gums that were to be listed as heritage sites in Alice Springs, but these trees have now been burnt down.

ALBERT NAMATJIRA - Indigenous Australian artist Albert Namatjira is arguably Australia's best known Aboriginal painter. What a remarkable legacy.

ABORIGINAL Albert Namatjira Australia Crest	  Artist born on 28th July, 1902 in the Northern Territory.  In the 1930s he began painting the landscape of central Australia in watercolour. He was tutored by Tex Battarbee during the 30s.  Albert Namatjira  In Melbourne 1938, at his first exhibition, all 41 paintings on display were sold.  Namatjira died in 1959.

ABORIGINAL Albert Namatjira Australia Crest Artist born on 28th July, 1902 in the Northern Territory. In the 1930s he began painting the landscape of central Australia in watercolour. He was tutored by Tex Battarbee during the 30s. Albert Namatjira In Melbourne 1938, at his first exhibition, all 41 paintings on display were sold. Namatjira died in 1959.

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Albert Namatjira - perhaps Australia's best known Aboriginal painter.


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