Collection Online
synthetic polymer paint on paper
51.6 × 71.2 cm irreg. (image) 57.2 × 76.4 cm irreg. (sheet)
Place/s of Execution
Borroloola, Northern Territory
inscribed in pencil on reverse l.c.l.: Ginger Riley Munduwalawala Ngukurr 1990 AK 836
chopmark (inverted) u.l.: VERITABLE PAPIER (...illeg.) / TORCHON / (...illeg.)
Accession Number
Indigenous Art
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Presented through The Art Foundation of Victoria by Beverly and Anthony Knight, Fellows, 1996
© Reproduced courtesy of the Estate of Ginger Riley Munduwalawala & Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne
This digital record has been made available on NGV Collection Online through the generous support of The Vizard Foundation
Gallery location
Not on display
Physical description
Garimala, the King Brown snake is shown rising up out of the waterhole which is located by a rock, Ngamiyukandji near the confluence of the Limmen Bight and Cox Rivers. The snake is spotted and flashes emanate from its body, a manifestation of power. The Limmen Bight River is depicted between two of the Four Arches.