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Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra B.1932  

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Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra is a renown Australian artist. He was among the first Aboriginal men to paint under Geoffrey Bardon’s influence in the 1970s, responsible for the Aboriginal art movement. Australian Indigenous art is the oldest ongoing tradition of art in the world. The Western Desert art movement has come to be seen as one of the most significant art movements of the 20th century. Long Jack became a foundation member of Papunya Tula Artists. Long Jack won the Northern Territory Golden Jubilee Art Award (1983) and Alice Springs Caltex Art Award (1984). In the early 1990s Long Jack was Chairman of Papunya Tula Artists. With Billy Stockman, painted murals 'Widows' Dreaming' and 'Wallaby Dreaming'. Along with Billy Stockman, Kaapa Tjampitjinpa and other masters collaborated the important large 'Honey Ant Mural'. Long Jack work is in Australian and international collections. Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra paintings are valuable keenly acquired by International and Australian investors and collectors. Long Jack painting Water Ceremony 61x46cm sold for $60,000, Children's Kadaitcha 35x56cm $63,000 and Kangaroo Story 71x60cm sold for $90,500.

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Artist: Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra
Title: Water Dreaming1
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Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra biography

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Long Jack Phillipus was born circa 1932, at Kalipinypa, a major Water Dreaming place, north-east of Walungurru, in his mother's country. When Long Jack was a teenager, he and his family came in to Haasts Bluff, where he worked as a timber cutter and stockman and was married.

The prominence of Indigenous art is due in part to the motivation and considerable effort of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, particularly painters, who have played a major role in introducing both Australia and the rest of the world to Australia's Indigenous cultures.

The Western Desert art movement has come to be seen as one of the most significant art movements of the 20th century.

Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra is one of the most important Australian artists, the foundation member of Papunya Tula Artists.

Long Jack Phillipus is one of the masters responsible for the Aboriginal art movement. Long Jack was among the first generation of the Bardon years 1971–1973) of the Aboriginal artists to paint under Geoffrey Bardon’s influence in the early 1970's.

Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra paintings are valuable keenly acquired by International and Australian investors and collectors.

Long Jack Phillipus painting Kangaroo Story size 71x60cm sold for $90,500, Water Ceremony size 61x46cm sold for $60,000 and Children's Kadaitcha size 35x56cm fetched $63,000.

Jack Phillipus owns Dreaming of Water-Rain is a site north-east of Kintore. Jack Phillipus father, who was Warlpiri, came from Parikurlangu to the north of Kalimpinpa and his mother, who was of mixed Warlpiri/Luritja descent, also came from Kalimpinpa.

NGV Symposium – 'Tjukurrtjanu: Origins of Western Desert Art give prominence to 200 of the first paintings produced at Papunya between 1971 and 1972 and also establishes the vital connection between the works of art and their sources in ephemeral designs made for use in ceremony.

Long Jack Phillipus work is represented around the world Australian National Gallery of Victoria, Richard Kelton Foundation Santa Monica, Lowe Art Museum University of Miami, National Museum of Australia, Tim and Vivien Johnson Collection NZ, Museum of Victoria, Art Bank, National Art Gallery of New Zealand, National Gallery of Australia, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology Bristol UK, Australian National University Canberra, Museum & Art Gallery Northern Territory, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Art Gallery of South Australia, Homes a Court Collection, Kerry Stokes collection, Powerhouse Museum, Christensen Collection Victoria, School of Archaeology Anthropology Australia, Qantas Art Collection, Donald Kahn art collection.

Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra (Pintupi/Luritja born c. 1932) - Australian National Gallery of Victoria Tjukurrtjanu Artists National Gallery of Victoria exhibition. Tjukurrtjanu: Origins of Western Desert Art. Long Jack Phillipus full biography in Australian Encyclopaedia Aboriginal Artists dictionary of biographies page 350.

Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra was among the first of the Aboriginal men to paint on canvas under Geoffrey Bardon’s influence in the early 1970s and has painted intermittently since then. Long Jack became a foundation member of Papunya Tula Artists.

Long Jack Phillipus was born at Kalipinypa, a major Water Dreaming place, north-east of Walungurru, in his mother's country. When Long Jack was a teenager, he and his family came in to Haasts Bluff, where he worked as a timber cutter and stockman and was married.

In 1962 Long Jack moved to Papunya where he still lives, initially working as a gardener and groundsman. A councillor, working in the vicinity of the school, he was one of the founding members of the painting group in 1971 and quickly developed a relationship with the recently arrived school teacher Geoffrey Bardon.

Along with Billy Stockman, Long Jack painted two murals 'Widows' Dreaming' and 'Wallaby Dreaming'. Also Long Jack collaborated with Kaapa Tjampitjinpa and Billy Stockman and few other master on the large important 'Honey Ant Mural'.

Long Jack Phillipus work encompasses number of very significant and include the Spinifex Wallaby, Kingfisher, Dingo, Possum and Emu Dreamings. A number of his early works on board depict decorated ceremonial participants and ritual objects perhaps occasioned by the heightened environment in the Men's Painting Room, which prompted the artists to demonstrate visually the strength of their culture and law.

 

AWARDS

1983 won the Northern Territory Golden Jubilee Art Award

1984 won first prize in the Alice Springs Caltex Art Award

1984 ordained as a Lutheran pastor

1990's Chairman of Papunya Tula Artists

 

Collections

·         Australian National Gallery of Victoria

·         Richard Kelton Foundation Santa Monica

·         Lowe Art Museum University of Miami

·         National Museum of Australia

·         National Art Gallery of New Zealand

·         Tim and Vivien Johnson Collection NZ

·         Museum of Victoria

·         Art Bank Sydney

·         National Gallery of Australia

·         Department of Archaeology and Anthropology Bristol UK

·         Australian National University Canberra

·         Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

·         Art Gallery of Western Australia

·         Art Gallery of South Australia

·         Homes a Court Collection

·         Kerry Stokes collection

·         Christensen Collection Victoria

·         School of Archaeology Anthropology Australia

·         Australian Qantas art collection

·         Donald Kahn art collection

In 1962 Long Jack moved to Papunya where he still lives, initially working as a gardener and groundsman. A councillor, working in the vicinity of the school, he was one of the founding members of the painting group in 1971 and quickly developed a relationship with the recently arrived school teacher Geoffrey Bardon.

Along with Billy Stockman who was also a school yardman, he painted two smaller murals on the school walls, a Widows' Dreaming and a Wallaby Dreaming, before collaborating with Kaapa Tjampitjinpa and Billy Stockman and others on the painting of the large Honey Ant Mural.

Long Jack's work encompasses the Spinifex Wallaby, Kingfisher, Dingo, Possum and Emu Dreamings. A number of his early works on board depict decorated ceremonial participants and ritual objects perhaps occasioned by the heightened environment in the Men's Painting Room, which prompted the artists to demonstrate visually the strength of their culture and law.

In 1983 Long Jack won the Northern Territory Golden Jubilee Art Award. The following year, he won first prize in the Alice Springs Caltex Art Award and was ordained as a Lutheran pastor. He was chairman of Papunya Tula Artists in the early 1990s.

In 2010 Long Jack Phillipus said to Luke Scholes: "We started it, like a bushfire, this painting business, and it went every way: north, east, south, west, Papunya in the middle. "

 

Jack Phillipus is one of the most senior artists of Papunya involved with the early Aboriginal art movement in 1971 and has painted continuously since that time.

Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra is represented around the world his paintings are valuable and quickly fetch in frenzy by International and Australian are collectors view auction results

 

about art Prices

Individual works of art are sold at individual prices in the prevailing art collector’s opinion see auction results.

The value placed on an artwork will differ from the critical value placed on a similar work. Prices fluctuate widely and vary from item to item as provenance and quality alter price by significant factor.

Many elements seemingly unrelated to the work like: style, title, subject, condition but also rarity can affect the value and in particular the provenance qualifies a work's pedigree (the highest pedigree: Papunya artists / Warumpi Arts).

 

Jack Phillipus is an important Rain Dreaming site north-east of Kintore. Jack Phillipus father, who was Warlpiri, came from Parikurlangu to the north of Kalimpinpa and his mother, who was of mixed Warlpiri/Luritja descent, also came from Kalimpinpa.

Jack Phillipus paints Rain Dreaming site north-east of Kintore. Jack is one of the most senior and important artists of Papunya involved with the early Aboriginal art movement in 1971 and has painted continuously since that time.

Long Jack Phillipus grew up in the bush west of Mt Farewell and came into Haasts Bluff settlement with his whole family as a teenager.

He worked at Haasts Bluffas a timber contractor and stockman and married  Georgette Napaltjarri. They have two sons, three daughters and many grandchildren.

Long Jack has been part of the Papunya painting movement since the beginning of the '70s when he was a Councillor at Papunya.

It was Long Jack, together with Billy STOCKMAN, who was also a school yardman at the time, they offered their help with painting the murals around the Papunya school, which preceded the large Honey Ant mural.

Long Jack has painted intermittently since those times, taking out the Australian North Territory Golden Jubilee Art Award in 1983 and the Alice Springs Art Prize in 1984.

In 1984 Long Jack Phillipus was ordained as a Lutheran pastor.

Of the Warlpiri / Luritja language group, Long Jack's paintings depict Hare, Wallaby, Kingfisher, Dingo and other Dreamings in the Mt Singleton area.

He lives in Papunya and remains close to his 'brother', Michael NELSON, with whom his family camped  Haasts Bluff in the early years before the Papunya settlement. His younger sister, Pauline WOODS, is a well-known Western Desert artist currently working out of Alice Springs.

Exhibitions

1971 National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

1971 Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth

1974 Anvil Art Gallery, Albury

1974 Art of Aboriginal Australia, touring exhibition Canada, Rothmans of Pall Mall Canada Ltd

1976 Aboriginal Australia, Second touring exhibition Canada

1977 Christ College, Oakleigh, Victoria

1983 Mori Gallery, Sydney

1984 Papunya and Beyond, Araluen Centre, Alice Springs

1985 The Face of the Centre: Papunya Tula Paintings

1984 National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

1987 Circle Path Meander, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

1987 A selection of Aboriginal Art owned by the ANU, Drill Hall Gallery, Australian Capital Territory

1988 ANCAAA and Boomalli, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Ko-operative, Sydney

1988 Recent Aboriginal painting, AGSA, Adelaide

1989 Mythscapes, Aboriginal Art of the Desert, National Gallery of Victoria

1989 A selection of Aboriginal Art owned by the ANU, Drill Hall Gallery, Australian Capital Territory

1989 A Myriad of Dreaming: Twentieth Century Aboriginal Art, Westpac Gallery Melbourne

1989  Design Warehouse Sydney Lauraine Diggins Fine Art

1990 l'ete Australien a' Montpellier, Musee Fabre Gallery, Montpellier, France

1990 From the Centre to the Sea, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative Chippendale, Sydney

1991 The Painted Dream: Contemporary Aboriginal Paintings from the Tim and Vivien Johnson Collection

1991 Auckland City Art Gallery and Te Whare Taonga

1992 Aoteroa National Art Gallery, New Zealand

1993 Tjukurrpa, Desert Dreamings, Aboriginal Art from Central Australia

1993 Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth

1994 Power of the Land, Masterpieces of Aboriginal Art, National Gallery of Victoria

 

Selected Bibliography:

 Brody, A., 1985, The face of the centre: Papunya Tula paintings 1971-1984, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; Bardon, G., 1979, Aboriginal Art of the Western Desert, Rigby, Adelaide; Bardon, G., 1991, Papunya Tula Art of the Western Desert, McPhee Gribble, Ringwood, Victoria; Caruana, W., 1993, Aboriginal Art, Thames and Hudson, London. (C) ; Crossman, S. and Barou, J-P. (eds), 1990, L'ete Australien a  Montpellier: 100 Chefs d'Oevre;  de la Peinture Australienne, Musee Fabre, Montpellier, France. (C) ; Diggins, L. (ed.), 1989, A Myriad of Dreaming: Twentieth  Century Aboriginal Art, exhib. cat., ; Malakoff Fine Art Press, North Caulfield, Victoria; Johnson, V., 1994, The Dictionary of Western Desert Artists, Craftsman House, East Roseville, NSW. (C) ; Ryan, J., 1989, Mythscapes Aboriginal Art of the Desert from the National Gallery of Victoria; exhib. cat., National Gallery of  Victoria, Melbourne. (C); 1974, Art of Aboriginal Australia, exhib. cat., Rothmans of Pall  Mall Canada Limited. (C) ; 1988, ANCAAA and Boomalli, exhib. cat., Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Ko-operative, Sydney. (C) ; 1988, Recent Aboriginal Painting, exhib. cat., Art Gallery of  South Australia, Adelaide; 1993, Tjukurrpa Desert Dreamings, Aboriginal Art from Central  Australia (1971-1993), exhib. cat., ; Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth. (C); © Discovery Media, Documentation Pty Ltd, and the Australian ; Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies

 

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Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra (B.1932)

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A$90,500

71x60.5cm

Kangaroo Story, Synthetic polymer paint polymer powder paint on board, Est: $50,000-60,000, Deutscher~Menzies, 19th and 20th Century Australian & International Paintings, Sculpture and Works on Paper, Melbourne, 20/04/1998, Lot No. 2

A$63,000

35x56cm

Children's Kadaitcha Dreaming, Synthetic polymer paint polymer powder paint on board, Est: $60,000-80,000, Deutscher~Menzies, 19th and 20th Century Australian & International Paintings, Sculpture and Works on Paper, Melbourne, 10/08/1998, Lot No. 12

A$60,000

61x45.7cm

Water Ceremony Story, Synthetic polymer paint polymer paint on composition board, Est: $30,000-50,000, Sotheby's Australia, Important Aboriginal Art, Melbourne, 05/06/2012, Lot No. 37

A$53,680

50x40cm

Snake Dreaming, Natural earth pigments and bondcrete on composition board, Est: $20,000-30,000, Sotheby's Australia, The Anthony & Beverly Knight Collection of Early Papunya Art (Lots 1 – 46); Important Aboriginal & Oceanic Art (Lots 47, Melbourne, 28/05/2013, Lot No. 19

A$52,900

122x93cm

Possum Man and Possum Woman Travelling. Synthetic polymer paint polymer paint on board, Est: $50,000-60,000, Deutscher~Menzies, Fine Aboriginal Art, Melbourne, 29/06/1999, Lot No. 56

A$38,400

76x92cm

Hunting, Synthetic polymer paint polymer powder paint on composition board, bears Stuart Art Centre consigment number 7003 on the reverse, Est: $30,000-50,000, Sotheby's Australia, Important Aboriginal Art, Melbourne, 24/07/2007, Lot No. 43

A$33,600

46x40.6cm

Water Dreaming in the Cliffs, Synthetic polymer paint polymer paint on composition board, Est: $28,000-35,000, Sotheby's Australia, Important Aboriginal Art, Melbourne, 05/06/2012, Lot No. 40

A$33,600

87x34.3cm

Water Ceremony Story. Synthetic polymer paint polymer paint on composition board, Est: $25,000-35,000, Sotheby's Australia, Important Aboriginal Art, Melbourne, 05/06/2012, Lot No. 35

A$31,050

72x76.5cm

Rainbow & Water Dreaming, Natural earth pigments and Synthetic polymer paint polymer powder paint on composition board, bears Stuart Art Centre consignment number 19079A on the reverse and artist's name size and Scott Livesey Art Dealer stamp on the reverse of frame, Est: $20,000-30,000, Sotheby's Australia, Important Aboriginal Art, Melbourne, 24/06/2002, Lot No. 171

A$29,900

60.5x51cm

Mala (Hare Wallaby) Synthetic polymer paint polymer powder paint on composition board, bears Stuart Art Centre consignment No. 18030 on the reverse together with a cat No. SR1751 and the date 17/7/80, Est: $25,000-40,000, Sotheby's Australia, Important Aboriginal Art, Melbourne, 29/06/1998, Lot No. 100

A$26,350

64x45.5cm

Untitled, Synthetic polymer paint polymer paint on composition board, bears Stuart Art centre consignment number 12041 on the reverse of the frame, Est: $20,000-30,000, Sotheby's Australia, Aboriginal Art, Melbourne, 26/07/2004, Lot No. 204

 A$25,520

 

Woman's Dreaming, Synthetic polymer paint polymer powder print on composition board, sturt Centre consignment number 9030, on reverse, Est: $3,000-4,000, Amanda Addams Auctions, Antiques, Collectables and Art, Melbourne, 02/08/2009, Lot No. 92A

A$22,800

56x46cm

Medicine Story, Synthetic polymer paint polymer paint on canvas, Est: $18,000-25,000, Sotheby's Australia, Aboriginal Art, Melbourne, 09/07/2001, Lot No. 130

A$22,800

44.5x23cm

Possum Dreaming,Synthetic polymer paint polymer paint on board, Est: $22,000-24,000, Lawson~Menzies, Fine Aboriginal Art, Sydney, 31/05/2005, Lot No. 55

A$21,850

72x77cm

Bush Tucker Story, Synthetic polymer paint polymer powder paint on composition board, bears Stuart Art Centre consignment number 18050 on the reverse, Est: $10,000-15,000, Sotheby's Australia, Important Aboriginal Art, Melbourne, 30/06/1997, Lot No. 31

A$20,400

46.5x30cm

Water Story, Synthetic polymer paint polymer powder paint and PVA on composition board, Est: $20,000-25,000, Deutscher and Hackett, Inaugural Aboriginal Art Auction, Melbourne, 25/03/2009, Lot No. 15

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Artist: Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra

Title: Western Desert Water Dreaming

Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen

Dimension: 914 x 610 mm

Framed : 120 cm x 90 cm timber frame showcasing the state-of-the-art expression

ProvenanceWarumpi Arts

Warumpi Arts: Aboriginal Owned and Directed Art Galley, the first Aboriginal Community Art Gallery fully operated by Aboriginal artists. In early 1994 the Papunya Community Council established its own art centre to give the Aboriginal people of Papunya an increased involvement in the commercial aspects of Aboriginal art. This centre, called Warumpi Arts, maintained a gallery in Alice Springs until September 2004 and was the main centre for paintings by Papunya Tula Artists. The Papunya Community Council then decided to close the gallery with the aim of later opening an art centre in Papunya.

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Artist: Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra

Title: Western Desert Water Dreaming

Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen

Dimension: 914 x 610 mm

Framed : 120 cm x 90 cm
contemporary gold leaf timber frame showcasing the state-of-the-art expression

ProvenanceWarumpi Arts

Warumpi Arts: Aboriginal Owned and Directed Art Galley, the first Aboriginal Community Art Gallery fully operated by Aboriginal artists. In early 1994 the Papunya Community Council established its own art centre to give the Aboriginal people of Papunya an increased involvement in the commercial aspects of Aboriginal art. This centre, called Warumpi Arts, maintained a gallery in Alice Springs until September 2004 and was the main centre for paintings by Papunya Tula Artists. The Papunya Community Council then decided to close the gallery with the aim of later opening an art centre in Papunya.

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Artist: Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra

Long Jack is one of the most senior and one of the most important artists of Papunya involved with the early Aboriginal art movement in 1971 and has painted continuously since. It was a moment in the history of art when a painting practice emerged at Papunya in Central Australia.

 

Title: Water Dreaming master-quality has the physical presence of much contemporary work of art

Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen

Dimension: 914 x 610 mm

Framed: 120 cm x 90 cm (contemporary frame showcase the state-of-the-art expression)

ProvenanceWarumpi Arts

Warumpi Arts: Aboriginal Owned and Directed Art Galley, the first Aboriginal Community Art Gallery fully operated by Aboriginal artists. In early 1994 the Papunya Community Council established its own art centre to give the Aboriginal people of Papunya an increased involvement in the commercial aspects of Aboriginal art. This centre, called Warumpi Arts, maintained a gallery in Alice Springs until September 2004 and was the main centre for paintings by Papunya Tula Artists. The Papunya Community Council then decided to close the gallery with the aim of later opening an art centre in Papunya.

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It is the last opportunity that anyone on this planet can purchase ethically sourced master-quality original paintings of impeccable provenance by one of the important Australian artists alive, Long Jack  Phillipus Tjakamarra. Now, many of the artists who started the art movement like Long Jack Phillipus and Billy Stockman are old, or have passed away.

The younger generation artists learn western styles of painting and customs. Today Aboriginal Australians live and work around the world, from Papunya to London and Paris, from Arnhem Land to New York.

 

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LEGEND

Concentric circle represent the sacred site West Papunya in which ceremonies and various other deeds were performed by ancestors of the desert Aboriginal people.

These ancestors travelled the area in the Dreamtime world-creation period and their ceremonies created and modified many aspects of the landscape, to become what it is today.

Corroboree men of both the past and the present perform these ceremonies at the ceremonial sites today. The curvy lines joining the concentric circles are journey lines of the ancestors space time travels and present people travelling.

In cosmology, the concept of space time combines space and time to a single abstract universe. Until the beginning of the 20th century, time was believed to be independent of motion, progressing at a fixed rate in all reference frames however, later experiments revealed that time slows at higher speeds of the reference frame relative to another reference frame. Such slowing, called time dilation, is explained in special relativity theory.

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