William Manakgu

Artwork Description

Acrylic Paint on paper

Signed with a certificate of authenticity.

The artist has painted various edible fish and reptiles found in the billabongs, watercourses and wetlands that occur throughout Arnhem Land in the 'Top End' of Australia. The kinga (saltwater or estuarine crocodile) is a highly respected and feared animal that has significance as a food source and a totem to many Aboriginal people in western Arnhem Land. Although the kinga has a fearsome reputation its main diet is fish: namarnkol (barramundi), the renowned game fish, kuluybirr (saratoga) and borokko (water python).

Medium

Acrylic on Arches paper

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Aboriginal Art

William Manakgu

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