George Hairbrush Tjungarrayi Tingari Painting Australian Aboriginal Art

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George Hairbrush Tjungarrayi Tingari Painting

1500mm x 1002mm

Unstretched Canvas

George Hairbrush Tjungurrayi started painting in about 1976 after travelling from the desert via Mount Doreen and Yuendumu, to become one of the youngest male artists to paint for the Papunya Tula art movement.
George began painting with his older brother Willy Tjungurrayi and was influenced by his uncle Charlie Tarawa Tjungurrayi who was a teacher at Papunya Tula.
George’s signature work ‘Tingari’ depicts his dreaming, which focuses on the creation of his country their sacred sites.
The high caliber of George’s works has been internationally recognised with his paintings hanging in galleries and museums across Australia, New Zealand, The United States of America, France and The Netherlands.
George’s bold lines painted in a geometric style, make his Tingari works appear almost three-dimensional, jumping off the canvas and capturing the eye.