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Acrylic on linen

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During corroboree the lardil people would paint marking on their body,wear hats,head bands,arm bands and tie strings around their legs to insert leaves. The materials were white and red clay,human hair, feathers,woven grass string,bark,leaves,and native wax.

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Acrylic on Linen

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Tags#Corroboree, #Lardil, #Dance, #Clay, #Body Paint, #Paint - Up, #Mornington Island Dancers

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