Bobyin Nongah Bark Painting

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Bobyin Nongah

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their bark painting is by Bobyin Nongah  by comparing it to other examples of his work. Bobyin Nongah  bark painting are in the Port Keats Style using traditional ochres.

If you have a Bobyin Nongah  bark painting to sell please contact me. If you just want to know what your Bark painting is worth to me please feel free to send me a Jpeg because I would love to see it.

 

 

 

 

NONGAH BOBYIN Bobyin Nongah  earlier works are all on oval shaped pieces of bark. His later works are on rectangular pieces of bark but the corners have often been rounded off. His most desirable works are those that depict ceremonies . Other collectable works are those with abstract churinga like designs. He also did a few works on composite board which are rectangular. All of his works that i could find centre around the Rainbow Serpent.

As with other artists working in Port Keats, Bobyin Nongah  would have been leading a bit of a double life where he was church going but also had strong traditional beliefs. This is reflected in his Bark paintings. He uses sacred designs which he was obviously initiated and allowed to use but they are hidden within the painting. These paintings were then sold by the missionaries who were trying to discourage these same traditional practices.

The Majority of Port Keats bark painting artists names were never recorded and Bobyin Nongah  along with Charlie Brinken Indji Tharwul, Charlie Mardigan, Charlie rock Ngumbe and Nym  Bunduk are among the only artists named.

Along with many other Arnhem Land Artists who did bark paintings, there is not a lot of information readily available about Bobyin Nongah. All I can find is that he probably belonged to the Murrinh-Thebin people and was most active in the 1960’s.  If anyone knows more information about the biography of Bobyin Nongah,  please contact me as I would like to add it to this article.

Bobyin Nongah Bark Painting Images

The following is not a complete set of the artists work but give a very good idea of the style and variety of the artist.


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Charlie Mardigan bark paintings

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Charlie Mardigan
Bark Painting

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their bark painting is by Charlie Mardigan by comparing it to other examples of his work. Charlie Mardigan  bark painting are in the Port Keats Style using traditional ochres.

If you have a Charlie Mardigan  bark painting to sell please contact me. If you just want to know what your Bark painting is worth to me please feel free to send me a Jpeg because I would love to see it.

 

 

 

MARDIGAN CHARLIE Charlie Mardigan  earlier works are all on oval shaped pieces of bark. His later works are on rectangular pieces of bark but the corners have often been rounded off.  The majority of his works have abstract churinga like designs. His work is by far the most colourful of the Port Keats painters. He is often also extremely detailed using a fine brush with great precision especially in his earlier pieces.

As with other artists working in Port Keats, Charlie Mardigan  would have been leading a bit of a double life where he was church going but also had strong traditional beliefs. This is reflected in his Bark paintings. He uses sacred designs which he was obviously initiated and allowed to use but they are hidden within the painting. These paintings were then sold by the missionaries who were trying to discourage these same traditional practices.

The Majority of Port Keats bark painting artists names were never recorded and Charlie Mardigan  along with Charlie Brinken, Indji Tharwul, Nym  Bunduk, Charlie rock Ngumbe and Bobyin Nongah are among the only artists named.

Charlie Mardigan was born at Port Keatts in 1911. He was married to Dighna morta Mardigan and had 10 kids six boys four girls. Carmelita, Grace, Lorraine, Noma, Daniel,Wilfred, Sebastien, Peter, Francis, Norman.  Charlie’s mother was the Traditional Owner of Port Keats . At a very young age Charlie was taught  the traditional way to paint by his father and his great-grandfather. Charlie and his father and his great grandfather were from a place call  Kungalbarl. The language group is called  Marri Ngarr. The place Kungalbarl is now undertaken by Charlie’s kids which one of them is my mother Grace Mardigan. Charlie continued his painting through Port Keatts Mission In his late 1980s. Charlie told is kids about the story of the painting and the meaning of the Art work and passing on tradition story of the dreamtime. Story’s like his own dreaming the salt water crocodile. As a young boy Charlie traveled around for ceremony, to places like Tiwi Island, and the Kimberlys. I hope you got the information about my grandfather. sign by Troy Mardigan thank you.

Charlie Mardigan Bark Painting Images

The following is not a complete set of the artists work but give a very good idea of the style and variety of the artist.


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Charlie Rock Ngumbe Port Keats Bark Painting

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Charlie Rock Ngumbe
Bark Painting

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their bark painting is by Charlie Rock Ngumbe by comparing it to other examples of his work. Charlie Rock Ngumbe  bark painting are in the Port Keats Style using traditional ochres.

 

If you have a Charlie Rock Ngumbe  bark painting to sell please contact me. If you just want to know what your Bark painting is worth to me please feel free to send me a Jpeg because I would love to see it.

 

 

 

 

NGUMBE CHARLIE ROCK Charlie Rock Ngumbe  earlier works are all on oval shaped pieces of bark. His later works are on rectangular pieces of bark but the corners have often been rounded off. His most desirable works are those that depict ceremonies . Other collectable works are those with abstract churinga like designs.

As with other artists working in Port Keats, Charlie Rock Ngumbe  would have been leading a bit of a double life where he was church going but also had strong traditional beliefs. This is reflected in his Bark paintings. He uses sacred designs which he was obviously initiated and allowed to use but they are hidden within the painting. These paintings were then sold by the missionaries who were trying to discourage these same traditional practices.

Along with many other Arnhem Land Artists who did bark paintings, there is not a lot of information readily available about Charlie Rock Ngumbe. All I can find is that he probably belonged to the Murrinh-Thebin people and was born in 1911.  If anyone knows more information about the biography of Charlie Rock Ngumbe,  please contact me as I would like to add it to this article.

Charlie Rock Ngumbe Bark Painting Images

The following is not a complete set of the artists work but give a very good idea of the style and variety of the artist.


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Neewili Port Keats bark painting

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Neewili
Bark Painting

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their aboriginal bark painting is by Neewili by comparing it to other examples of his work. Charlie Brinkin bark painting are in the Port Keats Style using traditional ochres. Neewili is a recognised aboriginal bark painting expert.

 

 

 

If you have a Neewili bark painting to sell please contact me. If you just want to know what your Bark painting is worth to me please feel free to send me a Jpeg because I would love to see it.

 

BRINKIN CHARLIE (NEWILI) Neewili earlier works are all on oval shaped pieces of bark. His later works are on rectangular pieces of bark but the corners have often been rounded off. His most desirable works are those that depict ceremonies and relate to creation stories. Other collectable works are those with abstract churinga like designs.

As with other artists working in Port Keats, Neewili would have been leading a bit of a double life where he was church going but also had strong traditional beliefs. This is reflected in his Bark paintings. He uses sacred designs which he was obviously initiated and allowed to use but they are hidden within the painting. These paintings were then sold by the missionaries who were trying to discourage these traditional practices.

Along with many other Arnhem Land Artists who did bark paintings, there is not a lot of information readily available about Neewili. All I can find is that he belonged to the Murrinh-Thebin people and was born in 1910 and died in 1993.  If anyone knows more information about the biography of Neewili,  please contact me as I would like to add it to this article.

Neewili Bark Painting Images

The following is not a complete set of the artists work but give a very good idea of the style and variety of the artist.


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Charlie Brinkin : Port Keats Bark Paintings

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Charlie Brinkin

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their aboriginal bark painting is by Charlie Brinkin by comparing it to other examples of his work. Charlie Brinkin bark painting are in the Port Keats Style using traditional ochres. Chalie is a recognised aboriginal bark painting expert.

If you have a Charlie Brinkin bark painting to sell please contact me. If you just want to know what your Bark painting is worth to me please feel free to send me a Jpeg because I would love to see it.

 

 

 

BRINKIN CHARLIE (NEWILI) Charlie Brinkin earlier works are all on oval shaped pieces of bark. His later works are on rectangular pieces of bark but the corners have often been rounded off. His most desirable works are those that depict ceremonies and relate to creation stories. Other collectable works are those with abstract churinga like designs.

As with other artists working in Port Keats, Charlie Brinkin would have been leading a bit of a double life where he was church going but also had strong traditional beliefs. This is reflected in his Bark paintings. He uses sacred designs which he was obviously initiated and allowed to use but they are hidden within the painting. These paintings were then sold by the missionaries who were trying to discourage these traditional practices.

Along with many other Arnhem Land Artists who did bark paintings, there is not a lot of information readily available about Charlie Brinkin. All I can find is that he belonged to the Murrinh-Thebin people and was born in 1910 and died in 1993.  If anyone knows more information about the biography of Charlie,  please contact me as I would like to add it to this article.

Charlie Brinkin Bark Painting Images

The following is not a complete set of the artists work but give a very good idea of the style and variety of the artist.


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Newili : Port Keats Bark Paintings

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Newilii
Bark Painting

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their aboriginal bark painting is by Newili by comparing it to other examples of his work. Charlie Brinkin bark painting are in the Port Keats Style using traditional ochres. Newili is a recognised aboriginal bark painting expert.

 

If you have a Newili bark painting to sell please contact me. If you just want to know what your Bark painting is worth to me please feel free to send me a Jpeg because I would love to see it.

 

 

 

BRINKIN CHARLIE (NEWILI) Newili earlier works are all on oval shaped pieces of bark. His later works are on rectangular pieces of bark but the corners have often been rounded off. His most desirable works are those that depict ceremonies and relate to creation stories. Other collectable works are those with abstract churinga like designs.

As with other artists working in Port Keats, Newili would have been leading a bit of a double life where he was church going but also had strong traditional beliefs. This is reflected in his Bark paintings. He uses sacred designs which he was obviously initiated and allowed to use but they are hidden within the painting. These paintings were then sold by the missionaries who were trying to discourage these traditional practices.

Along with many other Arnhem Land Artists who did bark paintings, there is not a lot of information readily available about Newili. All I can find is that he belonged to the Murrinh-Thebin people and was born in 1910 and died in 1993.  If anyone knows more information about the biography of Newili,  please contact me as I would like to add it to this article.

Newili Bark Painting Images

The following is not a complete set of the artists work but give a very good idea of the style and variety of the artist.


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Charlie Brinken Port Keats Bark Painting

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Charlie Brinken
Bark Painting

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their aboriginal bark painting is by Charlie Brinken by comparing it to other examples of his work. Charlie Brinken bark painting are in the Port Keats Style using traditional ochres. Charlie is a recognised aboriginal bark painting expert.

 

If you have a Charlie Brinken bark painting to sell please contact me. If you just want to know what your Bark painting is worth to me please feel free to send me a Jpeg because I would love to see it.

 

 

 

 

Charlie Brinken earlier works are all on oval shaped pieces of bark. His later works are on rectangular pieces of bark but the corners have often been rounded off. His most desirable works are those that depict ceremonies and relate to creation stories. Other collectable works are those with abstract churinga like designs.

As with other artists working in Port Keats, Charlie Brinken would have been leading a bit of a double life where he was church going but also had strong traditional beliefs. This is reflected in his Bark paintings. He uses sacred designs which he was obviously initiated and allowed to use but they are hidden within the painting. These paintings were then sold by the missionaries who were trying to discourage these traditional practices.

 

The Majority of Port Keats bark painting artists names were never recorded and Charlie Brinken along with  Indji Tharwul, Nym  Bunduk, Charlie Mardigan, Charlie rock Ngumbe and Bobyin Nongah are among the only artists named.

Along with many other Arnhem Land Artists who did bark paintings, there is not a lot of information readily available about Charlie Brinken. All I can find is that he belonged to the Murrinh-Thebin people and was born in 1910 and died in 1993.  If anyone knows more information about the biography of Charlie,  please contact me as I would like to add it to this article.

Charlie Brinken Bark Painting Images

The following is not a complete set of the artists work but give a very good idea of the style and variety of the artist.

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Indji Bark Painting

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Indji Bark Painting

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their aboriginal bark painting is by Indji by comparing it to other examples of his work. Indji bark painting are in the Port Keats Style using traditional ochres and is a recognised aboriginal bark painting expert

 

If you have a Indji bark painting to sell please contact me. If you just want to know what your Indji Tharwul painting is worth to me please feel free to send me a Jpeg because I would love to see it.

 

 

 

INDJI Indji earlier works are all on oval shaped pieces of bark. His later works are on rectangular pieces of bark but the corners have often been rounded off. His most desirable works are those that depict ceremonies and relate to creation stories. Other collectable works are those with abstract churinga like designs. These churinga like designs can also be seen in Indjis depiction of the Rainbow serpent or creator snake Kunmanggur.

As with other artists working in Port Keats, Indji would have been leading a bit of a double life where he was church going but also had strong traditional beliefs. This is reflected in his Bark paintings. He uses sacred designs which he was obviously initiated and allowed to use but they are hidden within the painting. These paintings were then sold by the missionaries who were trying to discourage these traditional practices.

Along with many other Arnhem Land Artists who did bark paintings, there is not a lot of information readily available about Indji Tharwul. If anyone knows more information about the biography of Indji Tharwul,  please contact me as I would like to add it to this article.

Indji Bark Painting Images

The following is not a complete set of the artists work but give a very good idea of the style and variety of the artist.


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Indji Tharwul Aboriginal bark paintings

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Indji Tharwul
Bark Painting

 

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their aboriginal bark painting is by Indji Tharwul by comparing it to other examples of his work. Indji bark painting are in the Port Keats Style using traditional ochres and is a recognised aboriginal bark painting expert

 

If you have a Indji Tharwul bark painting to sell please contact me. If you just want to know what your Indji Tharwul painting is worth to me please feel free to send me a Jpeg because I would love to see it.

 

 

INDJI Indji earlier works are all on oval shaped pieces of bark. His later works are on rectangular pieces of bark but the corners have often been rounded off. His most desirable works are those that depict ceremonies and relate to creation stories. Other collectable works are those with abstract churinga like designs. These churinga like designs can also be seen in Indjis depiction of the Rainbow serpent or creator snake Kunmanggur.

As with other artists working in Port Keats, Indji would have been leading a bit of a double life where he was church going but also had strong traditional beliefs. This is reflected in his Bark paintings. He uses sacred designs which he was obviously initiated and allowed to use but they are hidden within the painting. These paintings were then sold by the missionaries who were trying to discourage these traditional practices.

Along with many other Arnhem Land Artists who did bark paintings, there is not a lot of information readily available about Indji Tharwul. If anyone knows more information about the biography of Indji Tharwul,  please contact me as I would like to add it to this article.

Indji Tharwul Bark Painting Images

The following is not a complete set of the artists work but give a very good idea of the style and variety of the artist.
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Nym Bandak Port Keats Bark Painting

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Nym Bandak
Bark Painting

Nym Bandak was born around 1903 and grew up to be a influential bark painting artist and cultural elder of the Murrinhapatha people. He lived most his life around Port Keats (Wadeye) and had strong cultural contacts with inland desert groups. This relationship with inland desert aboriginals is evident in many of his best works which have concentric circles depicting waterholes within his clans lands. The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their aboriginal bark painting is by Nym Bandak by comparing examples of his work.

 

If you have a Nym Bandak bark painting to sell please contact me. If you just want to know what your bark painting is worth to me please feel free to send me a Jpeg because I would love to see it.

 

Nym Bandak worked closely with the well known anthropologist W. E. Stanner who he first met in 1935. It is partially due to this 50 year relationship with Stanner that Nym Bunduks artworks are so well documented.

BUNDUK NYM 1Nym Bandak has several recurring features within his works and these include Ku Wandatji, the Rock Python an ancestor Nyms clan, fish and fresh water birds. Several of his paintings are not on oval shape bark usually associated with the Port Keats style.

Nym Bandak is also referred to in some sales as  just Nym

The Majority of Port Keats bark painting artists names were never recorded and Nym  Bandak along with Charlie Brinken Indji Tharwul, Charlie Mardigan, Charlie rock Ngumbe and Bobyin Nongah are among the only artists named.

Nym was of  Murrinh-patha tribe who were engaged in a long-running conflict with inland groups. Nym in his youth gained a reputation as a clever spear fighter. Nym and his kinsmen travelled extensively, beyond the Victoria River to the eastern Kimberley. There he witnessed and participated in ceremonies among other Aboriginal groups and was exposed to new ideas about cultural form, symbolism, and design.

BUNDUK NYM The Port Keats mission was established on Nyms land in 1935. By this time he was a fully initiated man with a number of wives. The missionaries discouraged traditional practices so to appease them Bandak lived with one wife while in the mission, but  with all of his wives and children outside the mission. He managed his cultural life in a similar fashion. Even though he and his contemporaries attended church they also  practised their own culture in secret.

The missionaries encouraged Bandak and other artists such as Jarri, Mardigan, Birari, Indji and Tjimari to paint on bark and create artefacts for sale. Nym used bark painting to express cultural concepts found in Murrinh-patha culture. His small bark paintings were in the shape of churingas used within the ceremonies discouraged by the church. His bark painting themes were inspired by secret  Murrinh-patha cultural knowledge. The barks celebrated the Dreamings and sacred sites which gave meaning to the lives of Bandak and his kinsmen.

Nym Bandak Bark painting images

The following aboriginal bark painting by Nym Bandak are not a complete list of his works but do give a very good idea of the style of this artist.


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The Artists Country Bark painting by Nym Bunduk at the National gallery of Australia
Other bark painting artists

 

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