Albert Namatjira, famous Indigenous watercolor artist

Out of respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, I acknowledge that this pin contains an image of the deceased Artist. Albert Namatjira, famous Indigenous watercolour artist at home in outback Australia.

Franz Liszt He was an Austro-Hungarian composer, conductor and pianist from the 19th century. Women and men alike went crazy whenever they saw him play. Liszt even had a phenomenon, “Lisztomania” named after him to describe the intense fan frenzy!

Franz Liszt was an Austro-Hungarian composer, conductor, and pianist from the century. Women and men alike went crazy whenever they saw him play. He had a phenomenon, “Lisztomania”, named after him to describe the intense fan frenzy.

Albert Namatjira

Albert Namatjira and his wife Rubina, Macdonnell Ranges, Northern Territory, printed by Axel Poignant :: The Collection :: Art Gallery NSW

Aboriginal artist Albert Namatjira, near Alice Springs in 1950. Indigenous Australian artist Albert Namatjira (1902–1959) is arguably Australia's best known Aboriginal painter. He is known for watercolours of desert landscapes rather than the symbolic style of traditional Aboriginal art. His paintings also depict Ghost Gums that were to be listed as heritage sites in Alice Springs, but these trees have now been burnt down.

Indigenous Australian artist Albert Namatjira is arguably Australia's best known Aboriginal painter. He is known for watercolours of desert .

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his portrait of Albert Namatjira while painting was taken by Frank Johnston. Source: National Library of Australia

Albert Namatjira, at Government House, Sydney, in 1955.

David Unaipon (born David Ngunaitponi) September 1872 – 7 February was a well-known Indigenous Australian of the Ngarrindjeri people, a preacher, inventor and writer.

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