1987/0157 Two men at a waterhole

Two men at a waterhole

Artist

Jimmy PIKE
Indigenous
Birth:
c 1940
 in
Japingka, south of Fitzroy Crossing, Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia
Death:
03 Nov 2002
 in
Derby, Western Australia

Artwork

Title
Two men at a waterhole
Date
1986
Medium/Material
colour screen-print
Dimensions
65.5 x 75cm (sheet)40.7 x 50.8cm (image) (Height x Width x Depth)
Credit line
Purchased 1987
State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia
Accession Number
1987/0157
Currently not on display

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Artist statementTwo men were sitting each side of a waterhole. This waterhole is Tingki. The two men are Pitingaji and Wurta; they are wild with one another. They are having an argument about the land. They are from different places and they have story problems. They turned into two rocks by this waterhole. (O'Ferrall, Jimmy Pike - Desert Designs, 1995)

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