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        • George Hairbrush Tjungarrayi - Tingari, 2004
          Mar. 05, 2024

          George Hairbrush Tjungarrayi - Tingari, 2004

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Born near the claypan and soakwater site of Wala Wala in the far reaches of the Western Desert, George Tjungurrayi began painting around 1976 after encouragement from Nosepeg Tjupurrula. Over the following decade he worked intermittently at Yayayi and Mount Liebig, and also Walungurru. His works, created during the 1970s and throughout the 1980s, were characterized by the ubiquitous dotted grids of lines and circles common to the Tingari imagery created by his Pintupi clansmen relating to significant sites including his birthplace Wala Wala, and the surrounding region. His reductive, linear works first appeared in the mid 1990s. While it may be challenging to reconcile these contemporary images with their traditional content, the overall shimmer he effects with seemingly minimal application radiates the artist's authority and self-assuredness.

          Cooee Art
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi - Soakage Water of Kirrimalunya, 2005
          Mar. 05, 2024

          George Ward Tjungarrayi - Soakage Water of Kirrimalunya, 2005

          Est: $8,000 - $12,000

          Although they were born of different mothers, George Ward shared the same father with Yala Yala Gibbs and Willy Tjungarrayi. They arrived in Papunya in the early 1960s while still in their teenage years. He began to paint in 1976, assisting senior artists. The creation of large scale works during these early years of the Western Desert art movement involved many men at various levels of responsibility. For the younger ones, like George, it was an apprenticeship in the skills, knowledge and cultural obligations required for the artistic vocation and for eventual ceremonial leadership within his tribal area. Though he was reputed to have completed several canvases during the early 1980s, he did not begin painting in earnest until after the death of his brother Yala Yala Gibbs in 1998. He rapidly developed his own style based on men’s designs used to adorn ceremonial artifacts including dance regalia with their mesmeric interlocking geometric and parallel linear patterning.

          Cooee Art
        • George (Hairbrush) Tjungarrayi - Tingari, c. 2001
          Mar. 05, 2024

          George (Hairbrush) Tjungarrayi - Tingari, c. 2001

          Est: $6,000 - $8,000

          Born near the claypan and soakwater site of Wala Wala in the far reaches of the Western Desert, George Tjungurrayi began painting around 1976 after encouragement from Nosepeg Tjupurrula. His preoccupation from the outset had been the ceremonial activities and men’s stories associated with the travels of the Tingari ancestors as they relate to his most significant sites including his birthplace Wala Wala, and the region surrounding Kiwirrkura, Lake Mackay, Kulkuta, Karku, Ngaluwinyamana, and Kilpinya to the north-west of Kintore. His reductive, linear works first appeared in the mid 1990s. While it may be challenging to reconcile these contemporary images with their traditional content, the overall shimmer he effects with seemingly minimal application radiates the artist's authority and self-assuredness.

          Cooee Art
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi, , Tingari 2005, Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen
          Mar. 20, 2023

          George Ward Tjungarrayi, , Tingari 2005, Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen

          Est: $4,000 - $8,200

          George Ward Tjungarrayi Tingari 2005 Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen Code 19528

          Theodore Bruce
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi, , Tingari, Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen
          Mar. 20, 2023

          George Ward Tjungarrayi, , Tingari, Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen

          Est: $450 - $900

          George Ward Tjungarrayi Tingari Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen Code 19557

          Theodore Bruce
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi - Tingari, 2004
          Oct. 11, 2022

          George Ward Tjungarrayi - Tingari, 2004

          Est: $10,000 - $15,000

          George Ward arrived in Papunya in the early 1960s while still in his teenage years and worked as a fencer and butcher in the community kitchen. Although born to different mothers, he shared the same father with Yala Yala Gibbs and Willy Tjunurrayai, and when he began to paint in 1976, he assisted these senior artists who worked within the tightly knit group of established Pintupi painters. Though he was reputed to have completed several canvases during the early 1980s, George Ward did not begin painting in earnest until after the death of his brother Yala Yala Gibbs in 1998. Thereafter, he rapidly developed his own style based on the men’s key designs used to incise ceremonial artefacts, including dance regalia, with their mesmeric interlocking geometric and parallel linear patterning. This painting depicts designs associated with the site of Kaakuratintja (Lake McDonald). In mythological times, a Tingari man visited this site before travelling west to Patantja. As he travelled, he carried two Kuniya (pythons) with him. One large venomous snake also travelled west from Lake McDonald. According to Pintupi mythology, the Tingari travelled over vast stretches of the country, performing rituals and creating and shaping particular sites during the Dreamtime.

          Cooee Art
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI
          Apr. 17, 2022

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI

          Est: $400 - $600

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI "Tjungurreye" 2006, acrylic on stretched canvas, 60x60cms. T&C's apply.

          WA Art Auctions
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI
          Apr. 17, 2022

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI

          Est: $400 - $600

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI "Tjungurreye" acrylic on stretched canvas, 60x60cms. T&C's apply.

          WA Art Auctions
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi - Kaakuratintja (Lake McDonald), 2007
          Mar. 08, 2022

          George Ward Tjungarrayi - Kaakuratintja (Lake McDonald), 2007

          Est: $8,000 - $12,000

          George Ward arrived in Papunya in the early 1960s while still in his teenage years and worked as a fencer and butcher in the community kitchen. Although born to different mothers, he shared the same father with Yala Yala Gibbs and Willy Tjunurrayai, and when he began to paint in 1976, he assisted these senior artists who worked within the tightly knit group of established Pintupi painters. Though he was reputed to have completed several canvases during the early 1980s, George Ward did not begin painting in earnest until after the death of his brother Yala Yala Gibbs in 1998. Thereafter, he rapidly developed his own style based on the men’s key designs used to incise ceremonial artefacts including dance regalia with their mesmeric interlocking geometric and parallel linear patterning. This painting depicts designs associated with the site of Kaakuratintja (Lake McDonald). In mythological times, a Tingari man visited this site before travelling west to Patantja. As he travelled, he carried two Kuniya (pythons) with him. One large venomous snake also travelled west from Lake McDonald. According to Pintupi mythology, the Tingari travelled over vast stretches of the country, performing rituals and creating and shaping particular sites during the Dreamtime.

          Cooee Art
        • GEORGE TJUNGURRAYI, MAMULTJULKUNGA, 1999
          Mar. 17, 2021

          GEORGE TJUNGURRAYI, MAMULTJULKUNGA, 1999

          Est: $30,000 - $40,000

          GEORGE TJUNGURRAYI born c.1943 MAMULTJULKUNGA, 1999 synthetic polymer paint on canvas 246.0 x 121.0 cm inscribed verso: artist's name, size and Papunya Tula Artists cat. GT9901127 PROVENANCE Papunya Tula Artists, Alice Springs Scott Livesey Gallery, Melbourne (gallery stamp verso) Private collection, Melbourne Deutscher and Hackett, Melbourne, 26 March 2014, lot 111 Private collection, Melbourne This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Papunya Tula Artists which states in part: 'This painting depicts designs associated with the claypan and soakage water site of Mamultjulkunga, north–west of Lake Mackay. Two Tingari men, one of the Tjapaltjarri kinship subsection and one of the Tjangala kinship subsection, made camp at this site.' © George Tjungurrayi/Copyright Agency, 2021

          Deutscher and Hackett
        • GEORGE TJUNGURRAYI, MULKUNUPALKANYA, 1997
          Mar. 17, 2021

          GEORGE TJUNGURRAYI, MULKUNUPALKANYA, 1997

          Est: $25,000 - $35,000

          GEORGE TJUNGURRAYI born c.1943 MULKUNUPALKANYA, 1997 synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen 153.0 x 182.0 cm bears inscription verso: artist’s name, size and Papunya Tula Artists cat. GT970865 PROVENANCE Papunya Tula Artists, Alice Springs Private collection, Victoria, acquired from the above in 1997 This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Papunya Tula Artists which states in part: 'This painting depicts designs associated with the rockhole site of Mulkunupalkanya, near Lake Mackay. In mythological times a Tingari Man camped at this site. He caught and ate a snake which was living at the rockhole, only to have it burst out of his stomach afterwards. Since events associated with the Tingari Cycle are of a secret nature, no further detail was given. Generally, the Tingari are a group of mythical characters of the Dreaming who travelled over vast stretches of the country performing rituals and creating and shaping particular sites. The Tingari Men were usually followed by Tingari Women and accompanied by novices and their travels and adventures are enshrined in a number of song cycles. These mythologies form part of the teachings of the post initiatory youths today as well as providing explanations for contemporary customs.’ © George Tjungurrayi/Copyright Agency, 2021

          Deutscher and Hackett
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (BORN CIRCA 1945) Untitled
          Jun. 15, 2020

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (BORN CIRCA 1945) Untitled

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (BORN CIRCA 1945) Untitled synthetic polymer paint on linen inscribed verso with catalogue no. GWT0433 149 x 173cm

          Gibson's Auctions
        • George (Hairbrush) Tjungarrayi (1947-) Tali Sandhills
          Dec. 03, 2019

          George (Hairbrush) Tjungarrayi (1947-) Tali Sandhills

          Est: $25,000 - $35,000

          This work is based on the Tingari men’s site in his country, west of Kintore. In mythological times, a large group of Tingari men came to this site. They performed ceremonies, singing the songs and performing the dances associated with this area. Here, an old Tingari man of the Tjapaljarri kinship subsection was said to have camped at the claypan and soakage water site Mamultjulkunya. These mythical Tingari characters travelled over vast stretches of the country, performing rituals and creating and shaping particular sites. The Tingari men were usually accompanied by novices and followed by the Tingari women. Their travels and adventures are enshrined in a number of song cycles. These mythologies form part of the teachings for post-initiation youths today, as well as providing explanations for contemporary customs. George Tjungarrayi gained a growing reputation from the mid 1990s as the emerging contemporary art market showed its preference for painterliness and a degree of abstraction. He is now considered amongst the most accomplished of all Pintupi male painters.

          Cooee Art
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (BORN CIRCA 1945) Untitled
          Oct. 14, 2019

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (BORN CIRCA 1945) Untitled

          Est: $5,000 - $8,000

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (BORN CIRCA 1945) Untitled synthetic polymer paint on linen inscribed verso with catalogue no. GWT0433 149 x 173cm

          Gibson's Auctions
        • George Ward Tjungurrayi (c1945 - ) - Tingari, 2005 150 x 204cm
          Aug. 22, 2019

          George Ward Tjungurrayi (c1945 - ) - Tingari, 2005 150 x 204cm

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          George Ward Tjungurrayi (c1945 - ) Tingari, 2005 acrylic on Belgian linen (unstretched) 150 x 204cm certificate of authenticity

          Lawsons
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (BORN CIRCA 1945) Untitled synthetic polymer paint on linen
          Jun. 16, 2019

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (BORN CIRCA 1945) Untitled synthetic polymer paint on linen

          Est: $5,000 - $8,000

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (BORN CIRCA 1945) Untitled synthetic polymer paint on linen inscribed verso with catalogue no. GWT0433 149 x 173cm

          Gibson's Auctions
        •  George Tjungarrayi Ward (1945-) Muruntji 2003
          Jun. 04, 2019

           George Tjungarrayi Ward (1945-) Muruntji 2003

          Est: $40,000 - $60,000

          Although they were born of different mothers, George Ward shared the same father with Yala Yala Gibbs and Willy Tjunurrayai. He arrived in Papunya in the early 1960s while still in his teenage years and worked as a fencer and butcher in the community kitchen. Beginning to paint in 1976, he initially assisted senior artists who worked within the tightly knit group of established Pintupi painters. The creation of large works during these early years of the Western Desert art movement involved many men at various levels of responsibility. For the younger ones, like George, it was an apprenticeship in the skills, knowledge and cultural obligations required for the artistic vocation and for eventual ceremonial leadership within his tribal area. Though he was reputed to have completed several canvases during the early 1980s, he did not begin painting in earnest until after the death of his brother Yala Yala Gibbs in 1998. He rapidly developed his own style based on men’s designs used to adorn ceremonial artefacts including dance regalia with their mesmeric interlocking geometric and parallel linear patterning. This painting depicts designs associated with the site of Kaakuratintja (Lake McDonald). In mythological times, a Tingari man visited this site before travelling west to Patantja. As he travelled he carried two Kuniya (pythons) with him. One large venomous snake also travelled west from Lake McDonald. According to Pintupi mythology, the Tingari travelled over vast stretches of the country, performing rituals and creating and shaping particular sites during the Dreamtime.

          Cooee Art
        • George Tjungurrayi (Australian, b. 1943)
          Mar. 05, 2019

          George Tjungurrayi (Australian, b. 1943)

          Est: $700 - $900

          Large Circular Woollen Rug orange and white New Zealand wool in a geometric pattern

          Shapiro Auctioneers
        • George Tjungurrayi (Australian, b. 1943)
          Mar. 05, 2019

          George Tjungurrayi (Australian, b. 1943)

          Est: $700 - $900

          Large Circular Woollen Rug black and white New Zealand wool in a geometric pattern

          Shapiro Auctioneers
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAIYI (born c.1945) Kuninga Dreaming at Kaakuratintja 2003 acrylic on linen
          Jun. 05, 2018

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAIYI (born c.1945) Kuninga Dreaming at Kaakuratintja 2003 acrylic on linen

          Est: $26,000 - $36,000

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAIYI (born c.1945) Kuninga Dreaming at Kaakuratintja 2003 acrylic on linen inscribed verso with Papunya Tula Artists cat. no. GW0310069 183 x 244cm PROVENANCE: Papunya Tula Artists, Alice Springs NT Caruana and Reid Fine Art, Sydney 2006 Private collection, Sydney

          Leonard Joel
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRANJI, UNTITLED, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 110 X 25CM
          Apr. 19, 2018

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRANJI, UNTITLED, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 110 X 25CM

          Est: $400 - $600

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRANJI, UNTITLED, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 110 X 25CM

          Leonard Joel
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI, UNTITLED, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 122 X 76CM, CAT NO. INSCRIBED VERSO: G.W. 841227
          Jul. 13, 2017

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI, UNTITLED, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 122 X 76CM, CAT NO. INSCRIBED VERSO: G.W. 841227

          Est: $360 - $460

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI, UNTITLED, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 122 X 76CM, CAT NO. INSCRIBED VERSO: G.W. 841227

          Leonard Joel
        • George Ward Tjungarryi (c1940 - ) - Tingari 118 x 60cm
          Jun. 15, 2017

          George Ward Tjungarryi (c1940 - ) - Tingari 118 x 60cm

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          George Ward Tjungarryi (c1940 - ) Tingari acrylic on Belgium linen (unstretched) 118 x 60cm certificate attached including a photo of artist holding work

          Lawsons
        • George Tjungarrayi Ward 2004 Claypan and Soakage Site, Pinkarru synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen
          Dec. 11, 2016

          George Tjungarrayi Ward 2004 Claypan and Soakage Site, Pinkarru synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          George Tjungarrayi Ward 2004 Claypan and Soakage Site, Pinkarru synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen 122 x 91 cm PROVENANCE: Papaya Tula Artists, N.T Private Collection, NSW OTHER NOTES: This painting depicts designs associated with Kaakuratintja (Lake MacDonald). In mythological times a large group of Tingari Men traveled to this site from Kulkuta, south-west of the Tjkula Community. The Kuningka (Western Quoll) Dreaming also traveled this same route. Since events associated with the Tingari Cycle are of a secret nature no further detail was given. Generally, the Tingari are a group of mythical characters of the Dreaming who travelled over vast stretches of the country, performing rituals and creating and shaping particular sites. The Tingari Men were usually followed by Tingari Women and accompanied by novices and their travels and adventures are enshrined in a number of song cycles. These mythologies form part of the teachings of the post initiatory youths today as well as providing explanations for contemporary customs.

          Theodore Bruce
        • George Tjungarrayi Ward 2004 Tingari synthetic polymer paint on linen
          Dec. 11, 2016

          George Tjungarrayi Ward 2004 Tingari synthetic polymer paint on linen

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          George Tjungarrayi Ward 2004 Tingari synthetic polymer paint on linen 100 x 135 cm PROVENANCE: Red Sand Art Gallery. Photos of work in progress OTHER NOTES: The Tingari Cycle is a secret song cycle sacred to initiated men. The Tingari are Dreamtime Beings who travelled across the landscape performing ceremonies to create and shape the country associated with Dreaming sites. The Tingari ancestors gathered at these sites for Maliera (initiation) ceremonies. The sites take the form of, and are located at, significant rockholes, sand hills, sacred mountains and water soakages in the western desert. Tingari may be poetically interpreted as song-line paintings relating to the songs (of the people) and creation stories (of places) in Pintupi mythology.

          Theodore Bruce
        • George Tjungarrayi Ward 2004 Tingari synthetic polymer paint on canvas
          Dec. 11, 2016

          George Tjungarrayi Ward 2004 Tingari synthetic polymer paint on canvas

          Est: $4,000 - $7,000

          George Tjungarrayi Ward 2004 Tingari synthetic polymer paint on canvas 120 x 180 cm PROVENANCE: Red Sand Art Gallery, Alice Springs, NT Coo-ee Art Gallery, Sydney, NSW OTHER NOTES: The Tingari Cycle is a secret song cycle sacred to initiated men. The Tingari are Dreamtime Beings who travelled across the landscape performing ceremonies to create and shape the country associated with Dreaming sites. The Tingari ancestors gathered at these sites for Maliera (initiation) ceremonies. The sites take the form of, and are located at, significant rockholes, sand hills, sacred mountains and water soakages in the western desert. Tingari may be poetically interpreted as song-line paintings relating to the songs (of the people) and creation stories (of places) in Pintupi mythology.

          Theodore Bruce
        • George Tjungarrayi Ward 2004 Tingari synthetic polymer paint on canvas
          Dec. 11, 2016

          George Tjungarrayi Ward 2004 Tingari synthetic polymer paint on canvas

          Est: $1,500 - $3,000

          George Tjungarrayi Ward 2004 Tingari synthetic polymer paint on canvas 120 x 120 cm PROVENANCE: Red Sand Art Gallery, Alice Springs, NT Coo-ee Art Gallery, Sydney, NSW OTHER NOTES: The Tingari Cycle is a secret song cycle sacred to initiated men. The Tingari are Dreamtime Beings who travelled across the landscape performing ceremonies to create and shape the country associated with Dreaming sites. The Tingari ancestors gathered at these sites for Maliera (initiation) ceremonies. The sites take the form of, and are located at, significant rockholes, sand hills, sacred mountains and water soakages in the western desert. Tingari may be poetically interpreted as song-line paintings relating to the songs (of the people) and creation stories (of places) in Pintupi mythology.

          Theodore Bruce
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) - Tingari 95 x 60cm
          Jun. 03, 2015

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) - Tingari 95 x 60cm

          Est: $300 - $500

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) Tingari acrylic on canvas (unstretched) 95 x 60cm includes (12) working photos, signed on verso

          Lawsons
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) - Tingari 96 x 80cm
          Jun. 03, 2015

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) - Tingari 96 x 80cm

          Est: $500 - $700

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) Tingari acrylic on linen (unstretched) 96 x 80cm signed verso, with CD with painting progress photos, CA.1370

          Lawsons
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) - Tingari 95 x 60cm
          Apr. 23, 2015

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) - Tingari 95 x 60cm

          Est: $300 - $500

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) Tingari acrylic on canvas (unstretched) 95 x 60cm includes (12) working photos, signed on verso

          Lawsons
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on linen.
          Mar. 24, 2015

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on linen.

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on linen. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity. Painted 2014. Artwork is ready to hang. 151cm x 102cm

          Ozbid Auctions
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on canvas
          Mar. 24, 2015

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on canvas

          Est: $700 - $1,200

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on canvas Comes with Certificate of Authenticity. Painted in 2014. Artwork is stretched and ready to hang. 84cm x 74cm

          Ozbid Auctions
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on linen.
          Mar. 24, 2015

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on linen.

          Est: $900 - $1,500

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGURRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on linen. Painted in 2014. Comes with Certificate of authenticity Artwork is ready to hang 101cm x 101cm

          Ozbid Auctions
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (B.c1945) TINGARI Our Land Gallery Certificate
          Mar. 08, 2015

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (B.c1945) TINGARI Our Land Gallery Certificate

          Est: $400 - $600

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (B.c1945) TINGARI Our Land Gallery Certificate

          GFL Fine Art
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (B.c1945) TINGARI Our Land Gallery Certificate
          Mar. 08, 2015

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (B.c1945) TINGARI Our Land Gallery Certificate

          Est: $7,000 - $9,000

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI (B.c1945) TINGARI Our Land Gallery Certificate

          GFL Fine Art
        • TJUNGARRAYI, George Ward (born c.1945)
          Feb. 21, 2015

          TJUNGARRAYI, George Ward (born c.1945)

          Est: $300 - $500

          TJUNGARRAYI, George Ward (born c.1945) Tingari. Cat #GWT0804002 Acrylic on Canvas 98x80cm

          Davidson Auctions
        • TJUNGARRAYI, George Ward (born c.1945)
          Feb. 21, 2015

          TJUNGARRAYI, George Ward (born c.1945)

          Est: $300 - $500

          TJUNGARRAYI, George Ward (born c.1945) Tingari. Cat #GWT0804001 Acrylic on Canvas 98x80cm

          Davidson Auctions
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) - Tingari Cycle Dreaming, 2007 205 x 157cm
          Dec. 04, 2014

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) - Tingari Cycle Dreaming, 2007 205 x 157cm

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) Tingari Cycle Dreaming, 2007 synthetic polymer on canvas 205 x 157cm Red Centre Art certificate of authenticity

          Lawsons
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on linen
          Aug. 24, 2014

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on linen

          Est: $600 - $900

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on linen Comes with COA Painted 2013 Artwork is stretched and ready to hang 63cm x 80cm

          Ozbid Auctions
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) - Tingari 96 x 80cm
          Aug. 14, 2014

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) - Tingari 96 x 80cm

          Est: $700 - $900

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947 - ) Tingari acrylic on linen (unstretched) 96 x 80cm signed verso, with CD with painting progress photos, CA.1370

          Lawsons
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on Belgium linen
          Aug. 03, 2014

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on Belgium linen

          Est: $500 - $800

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on Belgium linen Comes with Certificate of Authenticity Painted 2013 Artwork is ready to hang 56cm x 80cm

          Ozbid Auctions
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1945-) - Tingari 150 x 150cm
          May. 15, 2014

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1945-) - Tingari 150 x 150cm

          Est: $3,500 - $4,500

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1945-) Tingari acrylic on canvas (unstretched) 150 x 150cm certificate of authenticity with photo of artist holding work

          Lawsons
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947-) - Tingari 151 x 94cm
          Apr. 17, 2014

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947-) - Tingari 151 x 94cm

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947-) Tingari acrylic on linen (unstretched) 151 x 94cm with a CD of painting in progress video

          Lawsons
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947-) - Tingari Dreaming 76 x 56cm
          Mar. 20, 2014

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947-) - Tingari Dreaming 76 x 56cm

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947-) Tingari Dreaming acrylic on canvas (unstretched) 76 x 56cm certificate of authenticity

          Lawsons
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947-) - Tingari 151 x 94cm
          Mar. 20, 2014

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947-) - Tingari 151 x 94cm

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947-) Tingari acrylic on linen (unstretched) 151 x 94cm with a CD of painting in progress video

          Lawsons
        • George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947-) - Tingari, 2009 110 x 95cm
          Mar. 20, 2014

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947-) - Tingari, 2009 110 x 95cm

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          George Ward Tjungarrayi (c.1947-) Tingari, 2009 acrylic on linen 110 x 95cm certificate of authenticity with photo of artist holding work

          Lawsons
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on Linen
          Oct. 27, 2013

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on Linen

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on Linen Artwork is stretched and ready to hang Comes with certificate of authenticity Painted 2013 GALLERY VALUE $9500 160cm x 101cm

          Ozbid Auctions
        • GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on Linen
          Oct. 27, 2013

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on Linen

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          GEORGE WARD TJUNGARRAYI "Tingari" Acrylic on Linen Artwork is stretched and ready to hang Comes with certificate of authenticity Painted 2013 Gallery Value $5000 67cm x 110cm

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