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        • Dickie Minyintiri - Kapi Tjukupa, 2007
          Oct. 11, 2022

          Dickie Minyintiri - Kapi Tjukupa, 2007

          Est: $10,000 - $14,000

          Senior Anangu Law man, Dickie Minyintiri, was a respected healer and celebrated artist. He began painting in 2005 for Ernabella Arts Inc. at 90 years old. Ernabella art states: ‘Kapi Tjukula are the places Dickie and his family used to find water as they travelled across the APY Lands in pre-contact times. Dickie was born in the western APY Lands, and with his family, journeyed east, and camped for many years in the foothills of the Musgrave Ranges around Ernabella where water was plentiful. He was living here when the missionaries came in on camels to try and find a suitable place to set up a mission for Pitjantjatjara Yankanyutjatjara people. He is one of the few living Anangu that remember first contact. The lines connecting the circles (tjukula) represent Dickie and his family’s journey.’ This work continues the story of Minyintiri's award winning work in the 98th Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards in 2011, which he won at 98 years of age. The circles in this painting represent the many rockholes and clay pans that Minyintiri knew so intimately and his long overdue first survey show was received to critical acclaim in Melbourne in 2021.

          Cooee Art
        • Dickie Minyintiri - Untitled, 2007
          Oct. 11, 2022

          Dickie Minyintiri - Untitled, 2007

          Est: $5,000 - $7,000

          Senior Anangu Law man, Dickie Minyintiri, was a respected healer and celebrated artist. He began painting in 2005 for Ernabella Arts Inc. at 90 years old. In 2011, he won the major prize at the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards at 98 years of age. Minyintiri early life was spent travelling with his parents across the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara lands. When he and his family first came to Ernabella, they were the first people there, and were able to identify landmarks such as rocky waterholes, outcrops, and caves where his family camped. He also remembered the first ‘whitefella’ coming to Ernabella, the first building, and the entire establishment of the Ernabella Mission.

          Cooee Art
        • DICKIE MINYINTIRI, UNTITLED, SCREENPRINT P/P, 49 X 67CM
          Jul. 15, 2021

          DICKIE MINYINTIRI, UNTITLED, SCREENPRINT P/P, 49 X 67CM

          Est: $300 - $500

          DICKIE MINYINTIRI, UNTITLED, SCREENPRINT P/P, 49 X 67CM

          Leonard Joel
        • DICKIE MINYINTIRI, (c.1915 – 2014), WATI WIILU–KU INMA TJUKURPA, 2010, synthetic polymer paint on canvas
          Mar. 18, 2020

          DICKIE MINYINTIRI, (c.1915 – 2014), WATI WIILU–KU INMA TJUKURPA, 2010, synthetic polymer paint on canvas

          Est: $8,000 - $12,000

          DICKIE MINYINTIRI (c.1915 – 2014) WATI WIILU–KU INMA TJUKURPA, 2010 synthetic polymer paint on canvas SIGNED: bears inscription verso: artist's name, date, size and Ernabella Arts cat. 316-10DM DIMENSIONS: 100.0 x 170.0 cm PROVENANCE: Ernabella Arts, Ernabella, South Australia Marshall Arts, Adelaide Maclean collection, Melbourne, acquired from the above in January 2011 This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Ernabella Arts, Ernabella.

          Deutscher and Hackett
        • DICKIE MINYINTIRI, born c.1915, KAPI TJUKULA, 2009, synthetic polymer paint on linen
          May. 25, 2016

          DICKIE MINYINTIRI, born c.1915, KAPI TJUKULA, 2009, synthetic polymer paint on linen

          Est: $9,000 - $13,000

          DICKIE MINYINTIRI, born c.1915, KAPI TJUKULA, 2009, synthetic polymer paint on linen SIGNED: bears inscription verso: artist's name, title, date, size and Ernabella Arts cat. DM149-09 DIMENSIONS: 143.0 x 116.0 cm PROVENANCE: Ernabella Arts, South Australia Marshall Arts, Adelaide Private collection, Adelaide This work is accompanied by a certificate from Ernabella arts which states: ‘Kapi Tjukula are the places Dickie and his family used to find water as they travelled across the APY Lands in pre-contact times. Dickie was born in the western APY Lands, and with his family, journeyed east, and camped for many years in the foothills of the Musgrave Ranges around Ernabella where water was plentiful. He was living here when the missionaries came in on camels to try and find a suitable place to set up a mission for Pitjantjatjara Yankanyutjatjara people. He is one of the few living Anangu that remember first contact. The lines connecting the circles (tjukula) represent Dickie and his family’s journey.’

          Deutscher and Hackett
        • Dickie Minyintiri (b. c.1915)
          Jun. 16, 2015

          Dickie Minyintiri (b. c.1915)

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Wati Wiilu-ku Inma Tjukurpa acrylic on linen, inscribed, titled and Ernabella Arts cat no. verso 'Dickie Minyintiri, Wati Wiilu-ku Inma Tjukurpa, DM001-08'

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