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Founded in 1994, Galeria Aniela won the trust of some of the most important artist from the post WWII until today. We built successful reputation in the World and Australia selling top-quality artworks of impeccable provenance. We manage the first transfer of ownership from the artist to the buyer, shipping worldwide artworks by Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal artists including Arthur Boyd, Jamie Boyd, Lenore Boyd, John Perceval, John Olsen, Charles Blackman, Billy Stockman, Mrs. Bennett, Ningura Napurrula, Stephen Glassborow and many more.

The BOYD family Exhibition coup the front page of Sydney Morning Herald, Australian National NEWS ABC TV and the Sunday Afternoon ABC TV in 1997. In 2000 Australian National NEWS ABC TV herald John Perceval Retrospective. In 2002 Art-Scream filmed Charles Blackman Retrospective. In 2015 Minnie Pwerle painting won Australian Curriculum accrediting the AAA © Estate of the artist. We are grateful to Sir David Attenborough, Bob Hawke the former Prime Minister of Australia, Cameron O’Reilly and Australian Media for support, and art-loving buyers for helping artists to make a living with their creations.

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Barney Campbell Tjakamarra (1928-2007) a Senior Aboriginal Law man, was one the first few the old Masters involved with the Aboriginal art movement in the 70's. He exhibited throughout Australia, Europe and Asia.  Barney Campbell work is held in major Collections in Australia and the world such as Art Gallery of South Australia, Queensland Art Gallery, National Gallery of Australia, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Art Bank, Australian Art Gallery, National Gallery of Victoria, Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Homes a Court Collection and more. Biography Australian Aboriginal Artists dictionary of biographies page 345.

Barney Campbell Kintore Men Sotheby's estimated price $40,000-$60,000.

Artist: Barney Campbell Tjakamarra 1928-2007
Title:
Tingari cycle Lake Macdonald (
Horizontal)
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physical presence of the much contemporary work of art

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Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen

Image size: 82 cm x 122 cm
Frame size: 120 cm x 160 cm -
 contemporary frame showcasing the state-of-the-art expression

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Artist: Barney Campbell Tjakamarra 1928-2007

Title: Kintore Men's Collaboration (1999)

Estimated Price: $40,000-$60,000
Sotheby's - AU0798 25/08/2015 (+ Buyer’s premium and GST)


 

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Barney Campbell Tjakamarra 1928-2007
Title:
Tingari cycle
Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen
Image size
: 91 cm x 46 cm
Framed size: 120 cm x 86 cm
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Barney Campbell Biography

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An important Australian artist, born in the area of Karrkurritinytja Lake Macdonald Western Desert, Barney Campbell Tjakamarra (1928-2007) was the old Masters and a Senior Aboriginal Law man, one the first few involved with the Aboriginal art movement in the 70's.

Papunya Tula artist cooperative was formed in 1972 owned and operated by Aboriginal people from the Western Desert of Australia.

Barney Campbell Biography page 345 Australian Aboriginal Artists dictionary of biographies.

Barney Campbell Tingari Cycle paintings, the Dreaming stories are usually depicted in a dramatic juxtaposition of colour.

 

COLLECTIONS:

Barney Campbell has exhibited throughout Australia, Europe and Asia. Represented in many Australian National Galleries and major corporate and private collection in Australia and throughout the world

Art Gallery of South Australia (Adelaide)

Queensland Art Gallery (Brisbane)

National Gallery of Australia (Canberra)

Museum & Art Gallery Northern Territory (Darwin)

Art Bank (Sydney)

Australian Art Gallery

National Gallery of Victoria (Melbourne)

Gallery of Victoria (Melbourne)

Victorian Art Centre Melbourne

Art Gallery of Western Australia (Perth)

Anthropology Art Museum Perth

Homes a Court Gallery and gallery Collection (Perth)

Aboriginal Desert Art Gallery Alice Springs

Jinta Desert Art Gallery

Aboriginal Galleries of Australia, Melbourne

Aboriginal Desert Art Gallery, Alice Springs

Corporate and private collection in Australia and throughout the world.

Bibliography:

Australian Aboriginal Art from the Collection of Donald Kahn

1991, Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, USA

Bardon, G., 1979, Aboriginal Art of the Western Desert, Rigby, Adelaide. (C)

Berndt, R. M. and Berndt, C. H. with Stanton, J., 1982

Aboriginal Australian Art, a Visual Perspective, Methuen Australia Pty Ltd, Sydney

Brody, A., 1985, The face of the centre: Papunya Tula paintings

1971-1984, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Bardon, G., 1991, Papunya Tula Art of the Western Desert

McPhee Gribble, Ringwood, Victoria. (C)

Caruana, W., 1993, Aboriginal Art, Thames and Hudson, London. (C)

Isaacs, J., 1989, Australian Aboriginal Paintings, Weldon Publishing, New South Wales

Johnson, V., 1994, The Dictionary of Western Desert Artists

Craftsman House, East Roseville, New South Wales. (C)

Maughan, J., and Zimmer, J., (eds), 1986, Dot and Circle, a Retrospective Survey of the Aboriginal Acrylic Paintings of Central Australia, exhib. cat., Communication Services Uni

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne. (C)

Schulz, D., 1994, Lines from the Dreamtime, The Australian Way, Qantas in flight magazine, May 1994

West, M.K.C., (ed.), 1988, The Inspired Dream, Life as art in Aboriginal Australia, exhib. cat., Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane

1993, Tjukurrpa Desert Dreamings, Aboriginal Art from Central Australia (1971-1993), exhibition cat., Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth.

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