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Windy Hill wind farm

This is a colour photograph of three wind generators, part of a field of 20 near Ravenshoe on the Atherton Tablelands, Queensland. The generators are mounted on 44-metre towers and have rotor diameters of 46 metres. They are able to generate 12 megawatts of electricity, enough to power about 3,500 homes.

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Picture Paradise education kit

This is an education kit from a National Gallery of Australia exhibition of photographs titled ‘Picture Paradise: Asia-Pacific Photography 1840s-1940s.’ The downloadable kit contains nine photographs from India, China, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Japan, Bali and Australia. They are accompanied by information about the photographer, ...

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Alexander Schramm, 'Adelaide, a tribe of natives on the banks of the River Torrens', 1850

This is a painting made in 1850 by Australian colonial artist Alexander Schramm depicting Kaurna people, sheltering under gum trees in Adelaide parkland. The painting is shown as an enlargeable image and in a video. Text onscreen gives information on Schramm’s life and practice as he is known for his sympathetic representation ...

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Tony Albert, 'ASH on me', 2008

This is an installation by Girramay artist Tony Albert (b1981) using black text that reads ‘ASH on me’ and found objects: ceramic and metal ashtrays. These objects present Aboriginal people in different ways, some as caricatures. The work of art is shown as an enlargeable image. Text onscreen gives information about Albert’s ...

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Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, 'Bushfire II', 1972

This is a painting by Anmatyerr artist Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri depicting the ancestral narrative of Lungkata the Blue-Tongued Lizard, who punished his two sons because they had broken the law by eating the sacred kangaroo. The painting is shown as an enlargeable image and in a video. Text onscreen gives information ...

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Nici Cumpston, 'Campsite V, Nookamka Lake', 2008

This is a photographic print by Barkindji/Paakintji artist Nici Cumpston (b1963) depicting Nookamka, a freshwater lake situated in the Riverland region of South Australia. The work is shown as an enlargeable image. Text onscreen gives information about the Murray-Darling River system’s degradation, and a description of ...

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Danie Mellor, 'Culture warriors', 2007

This is a mixed media artwork by Mamu/Ngagen/Ngajan artist Danie Mellor (b1971), presenting two fighting kangaroos in the foreground of a ‘traditional’ fine bone china scene. The drawing/collage is shown as an enlargeable image. It was exhibited in the 2008 travelling exhibition of the first National Indigenous Art Triennial, ...

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Lorna Brown Napanangka, 'Grandfather's Country at Warren Creek', 2005

This is a painting by Pintupi/Luritja artist Lorna Brown Napanangka (1961-) depicting her grandfather’s Country at Warren Creek in the Northern Territory. The painting is shown as an enlargeable image and in a video. Text onscreen gives information about Napanangka’s life and painting, as it describes the complex design ...

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Daniel Walbidi, 'Kirriwirri', 2010

This is a painting by Mangala/Yulparija artist Daniel Walbidi (b1983) depicting his grandfather and grandmother’s country on his father’s side. The painting is shown as an enlargeable image. This work was exhibited as a part of the second National Indigenous Art Triennial, ‘unDisclosed’, at the National Gallery of Australia ...

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Ginger Riley Munduwalawala, 'Limmen Bight Country', 1993

This is a painting by Mara artist Ginger Riley Munduwalawala (1934/38-2002) depicting Garimala, the powerful snake ancestor creating the Four Archers, a geographical formation on the Limmen Bight River, in Munduwalawala’s mother’s country. The painting is shown as an enlargeable image and in a video. Text onscreen and the ...

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Yirawala, 'Maralaitj, mother of the tribes', c1965

This is a bark painting by eastern Kunwinjku artist Yirawala depicting the creation being Maralaitj giving birth to the clans whose country is at the mouth of the Liverpool River in the Marrkolidjban region of western Arnhem Land. The painting is shown as an enlargeable image and in a video. Text onscreen gives information ...

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Milingimbi Easter panel, mid-1960s

This is a painting by several leading artists of the Gupapuyngu clan of the Yolngu people depicting the crucifixion of Christ on the right, and his resurrection on the left. The painting is shown as an enlargeable image and in a video. Text onscreen gives contextual information about the Methodist mission established on ...

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'Mrs Adolphus Sceales with Black Jimmie on Merrang Station', 1856

This is a painting made in 1856 by colonial Australian artist Robert Dowling (1827-86) depicting widow Jane Sceales on her vast property ‘Merrang’ in the Western District of Victoria. Produced as a mourning tribute to her husband, the painting is shown as an enlargeable image and in a video. Text onscreen gives information ...

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Mickey of Ulladulla, untitled (Corroboree), c1888

This is a drawing by Yuin/Dhurga artist Mickey of Ulladulla (1825-91) depicting the scene of a ceremony. The drawing is shown as an enlargeable image. Text onscreen gives information about the mystery that surrounds Mickey of Ulladulla and his contemporaries and the history of the documentation of his work. It describes ...

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Unknown artist, 'Shell necklace', c1920

This is a shell necklace (c1920) made by an unknown Aboriginal artist from the Tasmanian region of Cape Barren Island. The necklace is shown as an enlargeable image and in a video. Text onscreen gives information about the history and importance of shell necklaces, representative of much more than simple decorative art. ...

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Julie Gough, 'Some Tasmanian Aboriginal children living with non-Aboriginal people before 1840', 2008

This is a sculpture by Trawlwoolway artist Julie Gough representing the experiences of Tasmanian Aboriginal children living with non-Aboriginal people. It was exhibited in the second National Indigenous Art Triennial,' unDisclosed', at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA). Further information about the artists and the ...

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Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri, 'Sunrise chasing away the night', 1977-78

This is a painting by Pintupi artist Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri (1926-98) depicting the night and the sunrise over the landscape. The painting is shown as an enlargeable image. Text onscreen gives information on the visual symbolism of the work, describing the enhanced topographical perspective of the painting and explaining ...

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Alec Mingelmanganu, 'Wandjina', c1980

This is a painting by Wunambal artist Alec Mingelmanganu (1905-81) depicting Wanjina, creator beings of the Dreaming in the Kimberley. The painting is shown as an enlargeable image and in a video. Text onscreen and the video soundtrack gives information about Mingelmanganu’s life and paintings and describe the idiosyncratic ...

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Bob Burruwal and Lena Yarinkura, 'Wyarra family group', 2010

This is a sculpture by Rembarrnga artist Bob Burruwal (b1952) and Rembarrnga/Kune artist Lena Yarinkura (b1948) depicting spirit figures - male and female, young and old - standing near their camp dog. The sculpture is shown as an enlargeable image. This work was exhibited as a part of the second National Indigenous Art ...

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Zhang Xiaogang, 'Bloodline (Two comrades with red baby)', 1995

This is a painting by Chinese artist Zhang Xiaogang (b1958) depicting two parents and a child. The painting is shown as an enlargeable image. Text onscreen gives information about the context and intention of the work of art, critical of the one-child policy in China, as well as a comprehensive visual analysis explaining ...