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Aboriginal artists express themselves through symbols and patterns which are based on thousands of years of culture.
This culture has no written script, but it uses music and art to pass on knowledge. Aboriginal paintings contain historical, geographical and ceremonial elements and are generally known as Dreamtime Paintings or Dreamings.

Our aboriginal art gallery contains a large collection of Central Australian desert paintings, which were collected during our trips to the Australian outbacks. These paintings can be qualified as exclusive yet affordable pieces of genuine aboriginal art. Featured artists include Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, Johnny Warangkula, Pansy Napangati, Turkey Tolson Tjupurrula and Ronny Tjampitjinpa.
arnhemland statues
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arnhemland statues

We also have a variety of eastern and western Arnhemland statues and bark paintings on display, as well as Tiwi- and Kimberly art and central desert crafts. We are constantly on the lookout for new and interesting additions to our collection. For smaller and less traditional aboriginal objects and artefacts, check out our Related Products section.

Because this site is still under construction, only a small selection of our art collection has been displayed. In the near future we will show more of our collection, including the dreamtime background of the individual paintings and artefacts, and you will be able to purchase them online. Check back regularly or sign up to our mailing list to be updated on changes and additions to our website.
Tjampitjinpa painting
Warangkula painting
Johnny Warangkula
'Fighting Bangjalung Men'
Turkey Tolson painting
Ronnie Tjampitjinpa 'Porcupine Bodypaint' Turkey Tolson Tjupurrula 'Straightening Of The Spears'

Aboriginal Art & Instruments - Paleisstraat 137 - 1012 ZL Amsterdam - Tel +31 (0) 20 4231333 - Fax +31 (0) 20 4941965