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b. 1958 -

Aboriginal artist, Timothy Cook began exhibiting his work in the late 1990's in group shows around Australia including Darwin, Melbourne, Alice Springs and Perth.

His work depicts the body designs used in the Pukamani ceremony, the traditional Tiwi burial ceremony, one of the cornerstones of the Tiwi's traditional belief.

His art is also closely linked to stories of Purrukuparli, the Tiwi mythological ancestor and is characterised by a geometric structure of lines and dots with every line and marking having an important meaning. These geometric patterns, common in all Tiwi art, often depict sites of stories of mythological significance involving ancestors who were changed into animals or birds. Each Tiwi artist has their own individual interpretation of the designs.

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      • TIMOTHY COOK (1958 - ) Pumpuni Jilamara, 2005 decorative print after original 44 x 32.5 cm (frame: 82 x 67 x 3 cm) .
        Apr. 03, 2024

        TIMOTHY COOK (1958 - ) Pumpuni Jilamara, 2005 decorative print after original 44 x 32.5 cm (frame: 82 x 67 x 3 cm) .

        Est: $200 - $300

        TIMOTHY COOK (1958 - ) Pumpuni Jilamara, 2005 decorative print after original 44 x 32.5 cm (frame: 82 x 67 x 3 cm) .

        Lawsons
      • TIMOTHY COOK (1958 - ) Pumpuni Jilamara, 2005 decorative print after original 44 x 32.5 cm (frame: 82 x 67 x 3 cm) .
        Mar. 06, 2024

        TIMOTHY COOK (1958 - ) Pumpuni Jilamara, 2005 decorative print after original 44 x 32.5 cm (frame: 82 x 67 x 3 cm) .

        Est: $200 - $300

        TIMOTHY COOK (1958 - ) Pumpuni Jilamara, 2005 decorative print after original 44 x 32.5 cm (frame: 82 x 67 x 3 cm) .

        Lawsons
      • Timothy Cook (born 1958) Jilamara, 2003
        Nov. 28, 2023

        Timothy Cook (born 1958) Jilamara, 2003

        Est: $10,000 - $12,000

        Timothy Cook (born 1958) Jilamara, 2003 inscribed verso with artist's name, skin name, dance and catalogue number 1475-03 on Jilamara Arts and Crafts stamp natural earth pigments on canvas

        Bonhams
      • Timothy Cook - Jilamara Design, 2001
        Nov. 08, 2023

        Timothy Cook - Jilamara Design, 2001

        Est: $600 - $900

        Born 1958 on Melville Island, Timothy Cook began painting in the mid 1990s and quickly became one of the most radical interpreters of early Tiwi works.

        Cooee Art
      • TIMOTHY COOK, UNTITLED, 2000
        Sep. 05, 2023

        TIMOTHY COOK, UNTITLED, 2000

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        TIMOTHY COOK born 1958 UNTITLED, 2000 natural earth pigments with synthetic binder on paper 57.0 x 75.0 cm (sheet) 68.0 x 87.0 cm (frame) inscribed verso: artist's name and Jilamara Arts and Crafts cat. 71-00 PROVENANCE Jilamara Arts and Crafts, Melville Island The collection of Marielle Soni, Melbourne This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Jilamara Arts and Crafts. © Timothy Cook/Copyright Agency 2023 This work is located in our Melbourne Gallery

        Deutscher and Hackett
      • TIMOTHY COOK (BORN 1958), Untitled 2000
        Jun. 28, 2023

        TIMOTHY COOK (BORN 1958), Untitled 2000

        Est: $1,200 - $1,800

        TIMOTHY COOK (BORN 1958) Untitled 2000 natural earth pigments on canvas bears Jilamara Arts + Crafts stamp verso 77.5 x 59.5cm PROVENANCE Alison Kelly Gallery, Melbourne © Timothy Cook/Copyright Agency, 2023

        Gibson's Auctions
      • Timothy Cook - Kulama, 2010
        Jun. 20, 2023

        Timothy Cook - Kulama, 2010

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Born 1958 on Melville Island, Timothy Cook began painting in the mid 1990s. At the start of his career he was one of a number of Tiwi artists who visited the South Australian Museum in Adelaide to view the bark paintings collected by anthropologist Charles Mountford during his National Geographic expedition to Melville Island in 1954. The visiting artists were inspired to create contemporary responses and Cook quickly became one of the most radical interpreters of these early Tiwi works. The traditional Tiwi ceremony of kulama (or yam) is a recurrent subject in Cook’s work, and its circular motif has several echoes in Tiwi culture. This ceremony is a coming-of-age ritual that occurs when the kulama yams are harvested. It is performed in the early dry season around a circular fire-pit when a conspicuous halo appears around the full moon.Elders of both sexes sing and dance for three days welcoming the boys into adulthood. The boy is then renamed with his true man's name. The moon is a potent metaphor for life and death in the Tiwi Islands. It is home to the adulterous Tapara from the Tiwi mortuary narrative of Pukumani, which also features Purukapali, his wife Waiyai, and their baby son Jinani. Timothy Cook was a finalist in the National Aboriginal Art Awards (NATSIA) on six occasions prior to 2010, and selected as a finalist in numerous other national art prizes before winning the NATSIA in 2012. He is renowned for paintings in natural earth pigment characterised by loose, gestural, spacious designs. These are composed with pure instinct and without hesitation.

        Cooee Art
      • Timothy Cook - Kulama, 2009
        Jun. 20, 2023

        Timothy Cook - Kulama, 2009

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Born 1958 on Melville Island, Timothy Cook began painting in the mid 1990s and quickly became one of the most radical interpreters of early Tiwi works. The traditional Tiwi ceremony of kulama (or yam) is a recurrent subject in Cook’s work, and its circular motif has several echoes in Tiwi culture. This ceremony is a coming-of-age ritual that occurs when the kulama yams are harvested. It is performed in the early dry season around a circular fire-pit when a conspicuous halo appears around the full moon.Elders of both sexes sing and dance for three days welcoming the boys into adulthood. The boy is then renamed with his true man's name. The moon is a potent metaphor for life and death in the Tiwi Islands. It is home to the adulterous Tapara from the Tiwi mortuary narrative of Pukumani, which also features Purukapali, his wife Waiyai, and their baby son Jinani. He is renowned for paintings in natural earth pigment characterised by loose, gestural, spacious designs. These are composed with pure instinct and without hesitation.

        Cooee Art
      • TIMOTHY COOK (BORN 1958), Untitled 2000
        May. 08, 2023

        TIMOTHY COOK (BORN 1958), Untitled 2000

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        TIMOTHY COOK (BORN 1958) Untitled 2000 natural earth pigments on canvas bears Jilamara Arts + Crafts stamp verso 77.5 x 59.5cm PROVENANCE Alison Kelly Gallery, Melbourne © Timothy Cook/Copyright Agency, 2023

        Gibson's Auctions
      • Timothy Cook - Untitled, 1999
        Mar. 08, 2022

        Timothy Cook - Untitled, 1999

        Est: $500 - $800

        Born on Melville Island, Timothy Cook began painting in the mid 1990s. At the start of his career he was one of a number of Tiwi artists who visited the South Australian Museum in Adelaide to view the bark paintings collected by anthropologist Charles Mountford during his National Geographic expedition to Melville Island in 1954. The visiting artists were inspired to create contemporary responses, and Cook quickly became one of the most radical interpreters of these early Tiwi works. The traditional Kulama, or yam ceremony, is a recurrent subject in Cook’s work. Its circular motif has several echoes in Tiwi culture. This ceremony is a coming-of-age ritual that occurs when the yams are harvested. It is performed in the early dry season around a circular fire-pit when a conspicuous halo appears around the full moon. Elders of both sexes sing and dance for three days, welcoming the boys into adulthood. The boys are then renamed with their 'true' man's name. The moon is a potent metaphor for life and death in the Tiwi Islands. Timothy Cook was a finalist in the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIA) on six occasions prior to 2010, and selected as a finalist in numerous other national art prizes before becoming the overall winner in 2012. He is renowned for paintings in natural earth pigment characterised by loose, gestural, spacious designs. These are composed with pure instinct and without hesitation.

        Cooee Art
      • Timothy Cook (b. 1958)
        Aug. 25, 2021

        Timothy Cook (b. 1958)

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Untitled, 1996 natural earth pigments with synthetic binder on paper, inscribed verso: artist's name and Jilamara Arts and Crafts Cat. No. MP960010 NGA

        Shapiro Auctioneers
      • Timothy Cook (b.1958) Tiwi Islands Milikapiti, Melville Island 2002 Ochre on canvas
        May. 17, 2021

        Timothy Cook (b.1958) Tiwi Islands Milikapiti, Melville Island 2002 Ochre on canvas

        Est: $2,200 - $2,800

        Timothy Cook (b.1958) Tiwi Islands Milikapiti, Melville Island 2002 Ochre on canvas Signed verso Jilmara Arts & Crafts Cat. no. 69901, stamp verso Thornquest Gallery Letter of Authencitiy Cat. no. TG/288-69901 62 x 63 cm stretched

        Theodore Bruce
      • TIMOTHY COOK, UNTITLED, 1999
        May. 11, 2021

        TIMOTHY COOK, UNTITLED, 1999

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        TIMOTHY COOK born 1958 UNTITLED, 1999 natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on canvas 52.0 x 55.5 cm bears inscription verso: artist’s name, size, language group, dance group and Jilamara Arts and Crafts cat. 386-01 PROVENANCE Jilamara Arts and Crafts, Milikapiti, Melville Island, Northern Territory Collection of Kristin Stegley OAM, Melbourne This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Jilamara Arts, Milikapiti, Melville Island, Northern Territory. This item is located at our Melbourne Gallery © Timothy Cook/Copyright Agency, 2021

        Deutscher and Hackett
      • TIMOTHY COOK, KULAMA, 2006
        May. 11, 2021

        TIMOTHY COOK, KULAMA, 2006

        Est: $3,000 - $4,000

        TIMOTHY COOK born 1958 KULAMA, 2006 natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on canvas 90.0 x 90.0 cm bears inscription verso: Jilamara Arts cat. 197-06 PROVENANCE Jilamara Arts, Milikapiti, Melville Island, Northern Territory Aboriginal and Pacific Art, Sydney Private collection, Melbourne EXHIBITED Timothy Cook and Kay Lindjuwanga, Aboriginal and Pacific Art at Melbourne Art Fair, Melbourne, 2 –6 August 2006 This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Jilamara Arts, Milikapiti, which states: ‘The Kulama Ceremony is performed in the late wet season (March-April) when a ring appears around the moon. Kulama is a traditional initiation for young men which coincides with the harvest of a certain wild yam species. Elders of both sexes sing and dance for three days welcoming the boys into adulthood. The boy is then renamed with his true man's name.’ This item is located at our Melbourne Gallery © Timothy Cook/Copyright Agency, 2021

        Deutscher and Hackett
      • Timothy Cook (Aboriginal Australian 1958-) untitle
        May. 02, 2021

        Timothy Cook (Aboriginal Australian 1958-) untitle

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Timothy Cook (Aboriginal Australian 1958-) untitled ochre on Belgium linen signed and numbered AKG1432 on reverse and frame, 112 x 84 cm, provenance Jilamara Art Centre No TC99MC367

        Amanda Addams Auctions
      • Timothy Cook Milikapiti-Melville Island Ochre on canvas
        Mar. 29, 2021

        Timothy Cook Milikapiti-Melville Island Ochre on canvas

        Est: $3,500 - $4,500

        Timothy Cook Milikapiti-Melville Island Ochre on canvas 62 x 63 cm

        Theodore Bruce
      • Timothy Cook (b. 1958)
        Oct. 18, 2020

        Timothy Cook (b. 1958)

        Est: $3,500 - $4,500

        Kulama natural earth pigments on Belgian linen, inscribed and numbered on Jilamara Arts & Crafts stamp verso: 'Artist: Tim Cook / Catalogue no.: 172-05'

        Shapiro Auctioneers
      • Timothy Cook (b. 1958)
        Oct. 18, 2020

        Timothy Cook (b. 1958)

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Kulama, 2012 natural earth pigments on canvas

        Shapiro Auctioneers
      • Timothy Cook (b. 1958)
        Oct. 18, 2020

        Timothy Cook (b. 1958)

        Est: $4,500 - $5,500

        Kulama natural earth pigments on Belgian linen, inscribed and numbered on Jilamara Arts & Crafts stamp verso: 'Artist: Tim Cook / Catalogue no.: 450-05'

        Shapiro Auctioneers
      • Cook, Timothy Untitled (Tutini and Tunga) Natural Earth Pigments on Carved Wood 260 x 15 cm 2007
        Apr. 21, 2020

        Cook, Timothy Untitled (Tutini and Tunga) Natural Earth Pigments on Carved Wood 260 x 15 cm 2007

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        The Pukumani ceremony is held on the land of the deceased to ensure the Mopadidi(the spirit of the deceased) returns to its country and continues its journey to another life. Large solid hardwood poles – tutini – are assembled around the ceremonial site as monuments to the deceased. At the end of the ceremony, tunga, stitched bark baskets, are placed over the top of the tutini – an act akin to candle stoppers snuffing the light of life. The tutini and tunga are left in place at the end of the ceremony – eventually burnt by bushfire, eaten by termites and eroded by water and wind. This is the last earthly physical reminder of the deceased, until it is reclaimed by the country, together with their wandering spirit. No other living artist has Cook’s ability to animate these massive ironwood and bloodwood poles and folded stringybark buckets into seemingly spirited forms. The very act of painting his bold, gestural marks on these massive sculpted forms gives Cook’s tutini a sense of movement. They are completely transformed as they seemingly come to life, themselves central ceremonial figures, guiding the spirits of the deceased into their spirit world. Jilamara Arts and Crafts, Melville Island (cat. no. TC-102-07) The Harding Family Collection, Sydney Cooee Art Gallery, NSW

        Cooee Art
      • TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Untitled natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on canvas
        Oct. 24, 2019

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Untitled natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on canvas

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Untitled natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on canvas inscribed verso with artist's name and Jilamara Arts and Crafts cat. no. 398-02 and stamp 58 x 72 cm PROVENANCE: Jilamara Arts and Crafts, NT Private collection, Sydney

        Leonard Joel
      • TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Untitled natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on canvas
        Sep. 03, 2019

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Untitled natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on canvas

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Untitled natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on canvas inscribed verso with artist's name and Jilamara Arts and Crafts cat. no. 398-02 and stamp 58 x 72 cm PROVENANCE: Jilamara Arts and Crafts, NT Private collection, Sydney

        Leonard Joel
      • TIMOTHY COOK, PURRUKU JUKURRPA 1999, ACRYLIC ON LINEN, 85 X 90CM
        Aug. 15, 2019

        TIMOTHY COOK, PURRUKU JUKURRPA 1999, ACRYLIC ON LINEN, 85 X 90CM

        Est: $1,200 - $1,800

        TIMOTHY COOK, PURRUKU JUKURRPA 1999, ACRYLIC ON LINEN, 85 X 90CM

        Leonard Joel
      • TIMOTHY COOK, KULAMA, 1999
        Jun. 25, 2019

        TIMOTHY COOK, KULAMA, 1999

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        TIMOTHY COOK born 1958 KULAMA, 1999 natural earth pigments on canvas SIGNED: bears inscription verso: artist's name and date on Jilamara Arts and Crafts stamp DIMENSIONS: 71.5 x 58.5 cm PROVENANCE: Painted at Milikapiti, Melville Island, Northern Territory in 1999 Jilamara Arts and Crafts, Melville Island, Northern Territory (cat. 01-99) Private collection Sotheby's, Melbourne, 26 July 2010, lot 201 Private collection, Melbourne

        Deutscher and Hackett
      • Timothy Cook (1958- ) Australia - Kulama
        Mar. 05, 2019

        Timothy Cook (1958- ) Australia - Kulama

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Timothy Cook (1958- ) Australia - Kulama. Timothy Cook, has received numerous awards including National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award 2002 Winner, Special Commendation 2004, 2005. His work has been exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions across Australia and international in London, Germany including Artbank international touring exhibition 2002-2006 Kiripuranji South Pacific, South East Asia, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Latin America. The Kulama is performed in the late wet season (March-April) when a ring appears around the moon. Kulama is a traditional initiation for young men which coincides with the harvest of a certain wild yam species. Elders of both sexes sing and dance for three days welcoming the boys into adulthood. The boy is then renamed with his true man’s name.Timothy Cook (1958- ) Australia - Kulama. Timothy Cook, has received numerous awards including National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award 2002 Winner, Special Commendation 2004, 2005. His work has been exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions across Australia and international in London, Germany including Artbank international touring exhibition 2002-2006 Kiripuranji South Pacific, South East Asia, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Latin America. The Kulama is performed in the late wet season (March-April) when a ring appears around the moon. Kulama is a traditional initiation for young men which coincides with the harvest of a certain wild yam species. Elders of both sexes sing and dance for three days welcoming the boys into adulthood. The boy is then renamed with his true man’s name.

        Colville Auctions
      • Timothy Cook (1958-) Kulama 2016
        Nov. 27, 2018

        Timothy Cook (1958-) Kulama 2016

        Est: $7,000 - $9,000

        Born 1958 on Melville Island, Timothy Cook began painting in the mid 1990s. At the start of his career he was one of a number of Tiwi artists who visited the South Australian Museum in Adelaide to view the bark paintings collected by anthropologist Charles Mountford during his National Geographic expedition to Melville Island in 1954. The visiting artists were inspired to create contemporary responses and Cook quickly became one of the most radical interpreters of these early Tiwi works. The traditional Tiwi ceremony of kulama (or yam) is a recurrent subject in Cook’s work, and its circular motif has several echoes in Tiwi culture. This ceremony is a coming-of-age ritual that occurs when the kulama yams are harvested. It is performed in the early dry season around a circular fire-pit when a conspicuous halo appears around the full moon.Elders of both sexes sing and dance for three days welcoming the boys into adulthood. The boy is then renamed with his true man's name. The moon is a potent metaphor for life and death in the Tiwi Islands. It is home to the adulterous Tapara from the Tiwi mortuary narrative of Pukumani, which also features Purukapali, his wife Waiyai, and their baby son Jinani. Timothy Cook was a finalist in the National Aboriginal Art Awards (NATSIA) on six occasions prior to 2010, and selected as a finalist in numerous other national art prizes before winning the NATSIA in 2012. He is renowned for paintings in natural earth pigment characterised by loose, gestural, spacious designs. These are composed with pure instinct and without hesitation.

        Cooee Art
      • TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) (LOCATION SYDNEY OFFICE - all enquiries phone 02 9362 9045) (Untitled) natural earth pigments and synthetic...
        Jul. 30, 2018

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) (LOCATION SYDNEY OFFICE - all enquiries phone 02 9362 9045) (Untitled) natural earth pigments and synthetic...

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) (LOCATION SYDNEY OFFICE - all enquiries phone 02 9362 9045) (Untitled) natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on canvas inscribed verso with artist's name and Jilamara Arts and Crafts cat. no. 398-02 and stamp 58 x 72 cm PROVENANCE: Jilamara Arts and Crafts, NT Private collection, Sydney

        Leonard Joel
      • TIMOTHY COOK, PUMPUNI JILAMARA, NATURAL PIGMENTS ON CANVAS, 90 X 70 CM, CERTIFICATE INCLUDED AND INSCRIBED VERSO WITH ARTIST'S NAME...
        Jul. 12, 2018

        TIMOTHY COOK, PUMPUNI JILAMARA, NATURAL PIGMENTS ON CANVAS, 90 X 70 CM, CERTIFICATE INCLUDED AND INSCRIBED VERSO WITH ARTIST'S NAME...

        Est: $1,100 - $1,600

        TIMOTHY COOK, PUMPUNI JILAMARA, NATURAL PIGMENTS ON CANVAS, 90 X 70 CM, CERTIFICATE INCLUDED AND INSCRIBED VERSO WITH ARTIST'S NAME AND CAT NO: AKG 799

        Leonard Joel
      • TIMOTHY COOK, PUMPUNI JILAMARA, NATURAL PIGMENTS ON CANVAS, 90 X 70 CM, CERTIFICATE INCLUDED AND INSCRIBED VERSO WITH ARTIST'S NAME...
        Jul. 05, 2018

        TIMOTHY COOK, PUMPUNI JILAMARA, NATURAL PIGMENTS ON CANVAS, 90 X 70 CM, CERTIFICATE INCLUDED AND INSCRIBED VERSO WITH ARTIST'S NAME...

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        TIMOTHY COOK, PUMPUNI JILAMARA, NATURAL PIGMENTS ON CANVAS, 90 X 70 CM, CERTIFICATE INCLUDED AND INSCRIBED VERSO WITH ARTIST'S NAME AND CAT NO: AKG 799

        Leonard Joel
      • Untitled (Tutini and Tunga)
        May. 29, 2018

        Untitled (Tutini and Tunga)

        Est: $9,000 - $12,000

        The Pukumani ceremony is held on the land of the deceased to ensure the spirit of the deceased returns to its country and continues its journey to another life. In an integral part of the ceremony, huge solid hardwood poles (tutini) are assembled around the ceremonial site as monuments to the deceased… At the end of the ceremony, tunga, stitched bark baskets, are placed over the top of the tutini – an act akin to candle stoppers snuffing out the light of life. The tutini and tunga are left in place at the end of the ceremony. Eventually burnt by bushfire, eaten by termites and eroded by water and wind, these monuments, the last earthly physical reminder of the deceased, are reclaimed by the country, together with their wandering spirit. No other living artist can match Cook’s ability to animate these massive ironwood and bloodwood poles and folded stringybark buckets into seemingly spirited forms. The very act of painting his bold, gestural marks on these massive sculpted forms gives Cook’s tutini a sense of movement. They are completely transformed as darkness envelopes the ceremonial participants and they seemingly come to life, themselves central ceremonial figures, guiding the spirits of the deceased into their spirit world.* *Bruce McLean, ‘Everything Returns to Place’ in Seva Frangos et al., Timothy Cook: Dancing with the Moon, UWA Publishing, Crawley, 2015, p.67

        Cooee Art
      • TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Untitled 2003 acrylic on canvas
        May. 24, 2018

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Untitled 2003 acrylic on canvas

        Est: $650 - $850

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Untitled 2003 acrylic on canvas artist name and cat. no. 388-03 inscribed within Jilamara stamp verso 57 x 50.5cm

        Leonard Joel
      • TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Untitled 2003 acrylic on canvas
        May. 17, 2018

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Untitled 2003 acrylic on canvas

        Est: $900 - $1,200

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Untitled 2003 acrylic on canvas artist name and cat. no. 388-03 inscribed within Jilamara stamp verso 57 x 50.5cm

        Leonard Joel
      • TIMOTHY COOK, born 1958, UNTITLED, 1997, natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on paper
        Apr. 05, 2017

        TIMOTHY COOK, born 1958, UNTITLED, 1997, natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on paper

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        TIMOTHY COOK, born 1958, UNTITLED, 1997, natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on paper SIGNED: bears inscription verso: artist’s name and Jilamara Arts and Crafts cat. 4/97 DIMENSIONS: 38.0 x 56.5 cm PROVENANCE: Jilamara Arts and Crafts, Melville Island The Collection of Colin and Elizabeth Laverty, Sydney, acquired from the above in July 1997

        Deutscher and Hackett
      • TIMOTHY COOK, born 1958, PUMPUNI JILAMARA, 2002, natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on linen
        Apr. 05, 2017

        TIMOTHY COOK, born 1958, PUMPUNI JILAMARA, 2002, natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on linen

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        TIMOTHY COOK, born 1958, PUMPUNI JILAMARA, 2002, natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on linen SIGNED: bears inscription verso: artist’s name and Jilamara Arts and Crafts cat. 94-02 DIMENSIONS: 100.0 x 50.0 cm PROVENANCE: Jilamara Arts and Crafts, Melville Island (stamped verso) Aboriginal and Pacific Art Gallery, Sydney The Collection of Colin and Elizabeth Laverty, Sydney, acquired from the above in November 2002 EXHIBITED: Timothy Cook, Aboriginal and Pacific Art Gallery, Sydney, 12 September – 12 October 2002, cat. 5 LITERATURE: Beyond Sacred: Recent Painting from Australia’s Remote Aboriginal Communities: The Collection of Colin and Elizabeth Laverty, Hardie Grant Books, Melbourne, 2008, p. 262 (illus.) Beyond Sacred: Recent Painting from Australia’s Remote Aboriginal Communities: The Collection of Colin and Elizabeth Laverty, edition II, Kleimeyer Industries Pty Ltd, Melbourne, 2011, p. 292 (illus.) ESSAY: This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Jilamara Arts and Crafts, Melville Island

        Deutscher and Hackett
      • Timothy Cook Untitled natural earth pigments on paper
        Mar. 12, 2017

        Timothy Cook Untitled natural earth pigments on paper

        Est: $500 - $700

        Timothy Cook Untitled natural earth pigments on paper Palya Art C-0842 Jilamara Arts and Crafts Association 569-02 75 x 58 cm

        Theodore Bruce
      • Timothy Cook 1958 Untitled Screenprint
        Mar. 12, 2017

        Timothy Cook 1958 Untitled Screenprint

        Est: $150 - $250

        Timothy Cook 1958 Untitled Screenprint 56 x 76 cm

        Theodore Bruce
      • Timothy Cook (b.1958) - Traditional Tiwi motif
        Feb. 28, 2017

        Timothy Cook (b.1958) - Traditional Tiwi motif

        Est: $600 - $900

        screenprint, edition 1/75, numbered and signed below image, '1/75, TM COOK'

        Shapiro Auctioneers
      • TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Melville Island acrylic on paper
        Jan. 19, 2017

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Melville Island acrylic on paper

        Est: $550 - $650

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Melville Island acrylic on paper 76 x 57cm

        Leonard Joel
      • TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Melville Island acrylic on paper
        Dec. 15, 2016

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Melville Island acrylic on paper

        Est: $650 - $850

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Melville Island acrylic on paper 76 x 57cm

        Leonard Joel
      • TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Melville Island acrylic on paper
        Jun. 23, 2016

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Melville Island acrylic on paper

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        TIMOTHY COOK (born 1958) Melville Island acrylic on paper 76 x 57cm

        Leonard Joel
      • Timothy Cook (1958 -) - Jilamara 84 x 84cm
        Mar. 24, 2016

        Timothy Cook (1958 -) - Jilamara 84 x 84cm

        Est: $600 - $800

        Timothy Cook (1958 -) Jilamara ochres on canvas 84 x 84cm signed on verso (certificate of authenticity; cat. no 818-02)

        Lawsons
      • Timothy Cook (1958 -) - Untitled 69 x 51cm
        Jan. 29, 2015

        Timothy Cook (1958 -) - Untitled 69 x 51cm

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Timothy Cook (1958 -) Untitled natural earth pigments on paper 69 x 51cm unsigned

        Lawsons
      • TIMOTHY COOK "Kulama" Natural Ochres on Paper.
        Nov. 02, 2014

        TIMOTHY COOK "Kulama" Natural Ochres on Paper.

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        TIMOTHY COOK "Kulama" Natural Ochres on Paper. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity. Artwork comes framed. Image 56cm x 76cm Frame 92cm x 74cm

        Ozbid Auctions
      • Timothy Cook Untitled Ochre on Linen
        Feb. 17, 2014

        Timothy Cook Untitled Ochre on Linen

        Est: $1,000 - $1,200

        Timothy Cook Untitled Ochre on Linen Area: Melville Island NT Tribe: House Fly Language: Tiwi Painted: 2001 Code: Jilmara Arts Cat No 44-01 For artist profile and market performance visit http://www.aiam100.com 78cm x 60cm

        Theodore Bruce
      • Timothy Cook Pumpuni Jilamara Ochre on Handmade Paper
        Feb. 17, 2014

        Timothy Cook Pumpuni Jilamara Ochre on Handmade Paper

        Est: $800 - $1,000

        Timothy Cook Pumpuni Jilamara Ochre on Handmade Paper Tribe: House Fly Language: Tiwi Painted: 2002 Framed Purchased 2002 Thornquest Gallery Code: TG/526-42-02 For artist profile and market performance visit http://www.aiam100.com 56cm x 76cm

        Theodore Bruce
      • Timothy Cook (born 1958)
        Mar. 24, 2013

        Timothy Cook (born 1958)

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        Untitled, 2002 bears artist's name and catalogue number 411-02 on Jilamara Arts and Crafts stamp on the reverse natural earth pigments on paper 76 x 56cm (29 15/16 x 22 1/16in).

        Bonhams
      • Timothy Cook (born 1958)
        Mar. 24, 2013

        Timothy Cook (born 1958)

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        Untitled, 2001 bears artist's name, skin group, dance, year and catalogue number 200-01 on Jilamara Arts and Crafts stamp on the reverse natural earth pigments on paper 76 x 56cm (29 15/16 x 22 1/16in).

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      • Timothy Cook (born 1958)
        Mar. 24, 2013

        Timothy Cook (born 1958)

        Est: £500 - £700

        Untitled, 1996 bears artist's name, dance, date '10/12/96' and catalogue number MP96008 NGA on Jilamara Arts and Crafts stamp on the reverse natural earth pigments on paper 56 x 38cm (22 1/16 x 14 15/16in).

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