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Wentja Morgan Napaltjarri (B.1923) paintings share on  Share on your Facebook

Wentja Morgan Napaltjarri has a very distinctive style and her work highly sought by the Australian and international art collectors. Wentja work is  represented in important collections in Australia and overseas including Art Bank Sydney, Homes a Court Collection, Art Gallery of South Australia, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Queensland Art Gallery, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. Wentja 2 Napaltjarri work has physical presence of the much contemporary work of art. She creates inspiring paintings with fascinating accuracy, intricate details and subtle shades of colour that moves with the viewer’s eyes and floats in air with multi-dimensional appearance.

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Wentja Morgan Napaltjarri
Rockhole and Sand Hills
10-1058268
Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen
158 cm x
96 cm

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Click to Enlarge:  Wentja 2 Napaltjarri, Sand hills and Yam FlowersCat. no. 10-177-1711, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen, 158 by 96 cm
Wentja 2 Napaltjarri
Sand hills and Yam Flowers
77-1711
Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen

158 cm x 96 cm
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Wentja 2 Napaltjarri, Oaks Ochre 77-0991, Acrylic on Belgian linen, 156 x 62 cm - Price: SOLD
Wentja 2 Napaltjarri
Sand hills and Water Holes

Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen

180 cm x 60 cm
Price: SOLD
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Fair Trade, Australian Indigenous Art Trade AssociationWentja 2 Napaltjarri Biography:

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Wentja Morgan Napaltjarri Biography is at Australian Encyclopedia Aboriginal Artists dictionary of biographies page 221. 

Australian Encyclopedia Aboriginal Artists dictionary of biographies Aboriginal Artists: Dictionary of Biographies (446 pages hardcover colour illustrations) is a meticulously researched biographical dictionary, containing more than 1000 entries. The book includes a brief biography and relevant exhibition entries for artists who painted from the beginning of the 1970’s to the first decade of the 21st century. The definitive work on the subject of desert artists.

Wentja Morgan Napaltjarri has a very distinctive style and highly sought by the Australian and international art collectors. Her work is  represented around the world. Wentja 2 creates top-quality modern paintings and some have powerful multi-dimensional nature and the sheer physical presence of much contemporary work of art that neither can be replicated by digital image as the intricate details and subtle shades of colour wash are lost in the process of internet transfer.

AWARDS:

2007 25th Telstra NATSIAA Australian National Art Award

2006 Alice Springs Prize

2005 23rd Telstra NATSIAA Australian National Art Award selected Museum Art Gallery Northern Territory

2002 20th Telstra NATSIAA Australian National Art Award finalist Museum Art Gallery Northern Territory

COLLECTIONS:

Art Bank, Sydney

Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

Homes a Court Collection, Perth

Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth

Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin

The Kerry Stokes Collection, Australia

National Aboriginal Art and Cultural Institute Tandanya

Flinders University Museum

Thomas Vroom Collection

also private and corporate collections in Denmark, Poland, England and Germany

In 2002 Wentja was a finalist in the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Art Award. Wentja has participated in exhibitions in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide with other Watiyawanu artists and her work has been exhibited widely across Australia.

Wentja 2 was born at Malparingya and grew up west of Kintore in the country of her father, Shorty Langkata. Wentja began painting for Papunya Tula in 1996 and quickly turn out to be one of the most essential members if the Artists Community. She lives at Mt Liebig with her husband Ginger Tjakamarra (son of well known artist Makinti Napanangka). Wentja 2 Napaltjarri has two sisters, Wentjiya One Tjunkiya (also Wentja) and Linda Syddick both prominent artists in their own right.   

Wentja 2 paints sand hills, rock halls, which are landmarks associated with water, desert oaks, 'Blue Tongue Lizard and Water Dreaming' stories which has been hand down to her by her father. Unlike her father geometric work, Wentja 2 work has soft female iconography influence. She has a very strong connection with her culture and a distinctive style, she sings when painting and include songs in her painting which gives a powerful cultural experience and people say that they feel the vibration of her songs and music in her work. She creates softer iconography image in her paintings with interlacing with intricate finely doted patterning. In her paintings, Wentja 2 depicts the colour of the Australian Central Desert country. She is a highly talented and accomplished  artist with a very individual creative flair and a real consistency in her work, and style.

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10-1058268

  Wentja Morgan Napaltjarri
10-1058268 Rock Hole and Sand Hills
158 cm x 96 cm
Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen, stretched in quality timber
Provenance: Watiyawanu Artists of Amunturrngu Community

'10-1058268 Sand Hills and Rock Hole' is a museum-quality painting that has the physical presence of the much contemporary work of art. It depicts the soft sand hills iconography interlacing with intricate finely doted patterning of the Australian Central Desert. Wentja work is associated with water and desert, her Water Dreaming stories have been hand down to her by her father.

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Shipping worldwide, usually dispatched within 24 hours, delivery in 3-5 business days contact us for shipping assistance or Pick Up from Galeria Aniela. We recognize the importance of the buyer confidence in purchasing authentic, ethically sourced works of art. We are delighted to offer the finest quality works of art of impeccable provenance the World Art Market has to offer to International and Australians customers at competitive prices.

AWARDS:

2007 25th Telstra NATSIAA Australian National Art Award selected Wentja painting in the Museum of the Northern Territory collection

2006 Alice Springs Prize

2005 23rd Telstra NATSIAA Australian National Art Award selected Museum Art Gallery Northern Territory

2002 20th Telstra NATSIAA Australian National Art Award finalist Museum Art Gallery Northern Territory

COLLECTIONS:

Art Bank, Sydney

Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

Homes a Court Collection, Perth

Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth

Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin

The Kerry Stokes Collection Australia, National Aboriginal Art and Cultural Institute Tandanya, Flinders University Museum, Thomas Vroom Collection

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Yam Flowers 77-1711

Wentja Morgan Napaltjarri
77-1711 Sand Hills Flowers
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museum-quality painting that has the shear physical presence of the much contemporary work of art. It is depicting yam flowers and the soft Sand  iconography interlacing with finely doted patterning of the muted tones building up a mysterious, topography  the Central Desert.
Wentja Morgan paintings are the landmarks associated with water and desert of her 'Water Dreaming' stories.

Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen, stretched in quality timber
158 cm x 96 cm
Provenance: Watiyawanu Artists of Amunturrngu Community

Enquire  quoted price valid 48 hours  Buy Now price may change without prior notice

Shipping worldwide, usually dispatched within 24 hours, delivery in 3-5 business days contact us for shipping assistance or Pick Up from Galeria Aniela. We recognize the importance of the buyer confidence in purchasing authentic, ethically sourced works of art. We are delighted to offer the finest quality works of art of impeccable provenance the World Art Market has to offer to International and Australians customers at competitive prices.

AWARDS:

2007 25th Telstra NATSIAA Australian National Art Award selected Wentja painting in the Museum of the Northern Territory collection

2006 Alice Springs Prize

2005 23rd Telstra NATSIAA Australian National Art Award selected Museum Art Gallery Northern Territory

2002 20th Telstra NATSIAA Australian National Art Award finalist Museum Art Gallery Northern Territory

COLLECTIONS:

Art Bank Sydney

Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

Homes a Court Collection, Perth

Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth

Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin

The Kerry Stokes Collection, Australia, National Aboriginal Art and Cultural Institute Tandanya, Flinders University Museum, Thomas Vroom Collection

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Galeria Aniela offers an opportunity to buy authentic art of impeccable provenance and quality, visit our gallery showrooms or phone +612 4465 1494

Integral to Galeria Aniela collection and activities is the knowledge and scholarship that bring meaning and relevance to the artworks themselves and a core element in our exhibitions and programs. We combine the knowledge of fine art and financial expertise. With a wide network of resources, provide advice for the collector and the investor, able to assist in forming collections and can also source artworks by specific artists.

Galeria Aniela provides clients on-going assistance, understanding of art and educational opportunities to all sectors of the public. Our education is aimed at engaging diverse audiences with different needs including the intangible as well as monetary and tax benefits of art acquisitions. Through wide-ranging education we aim to provide relevant information and guidance for the collectors who acquire works of art for the joy they give, rather than art-speculator trading for short term profit. Our people focused approach ensures enjoyable and rewarding experience.

 
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