Collection Online
earth pigments on Stringybark (Eucalyptus sp.)
132.2 × 64.7 cm
Place/s of Execution
Ramingining, Northern Territory
inscribed in fibre-tipped pen on reverse u.c.: RA / 03 / TEEEEEG
inscribed (vertically) in fibre-tipped pen on reverse c.: Dick Yambal / Liyagakawumirri
inscribed (inverted) in fibre-tipped pen on reverse l.r.: P4594 / OOETTT
Accession Number
Indigenous Art
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Presented through The Art Foundation of Victoria by Mrs Alma Roxanas, Member, 1996
©Dick Yambal Durrurrnga/Licensed by Copyright Agency, Australia
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
The artist depicts a palm tree and edible nuts. The tree is surrounded by designs symbolising oyster shells glistening through shallow sea water. Witji, the rock python associated with the Wawilak Sisters is also depicted.