St Nazaire, Brittany, France
RED HAND PRINTS
Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
Materials & Technique:
prints, ink; paper lithograph, printed, in red ochre ink, from one stone Support: cream wove paper
Manufacturer's Mark: no manufacturer's mark
Edition State: published state
Impression: printer's proof
Edition Notes: Printer's comment:
The printing stone was inked with tusche and the artist then carved into the stone (through the tusche) with a small pocket knife using a 'rocking of hand' method. The same technique is used to carve designs onto slate and boab nuts in the Kimberley region'. Franck Gohier 2006.
Primary Insc: Titled upper centre within image, in relief, 'NGAWULLUM'.Signed lower right below printed image, in black pencil, 'Margaret Cahwaht'.Not dated.Inscribed with edition details, lower right below printed image, in black pencil, 'PP PM60'.
printed image 29.9 h x 45.2 w cm sheet 37.8 h x 55.8 w cm
: Gordon Darling Australia Pacific Print Fund, celebrating the National Gallery of Australia’s 25th anniversary, 2007 Accession No
: NGA 2007.491
- Purchased by the National Gallery of Australia, from Franck Gohier (the printer of the work), Darwin, 2007.