Group Exhibition: Masterpieces from Iltja Ntjarra, Many Hands Art Centre - Art Collector

Hubert Pareroultja, Tjuritja (West Macdonnell Ranges, NT), 2016, Watercolour on linen, 182 x 244cm. Courtesy the artist and Nanda\Hobbs Contemporary, Sydney

Iltja Ntjarra, Many Hands Art Centre has a special focus on supporting the ‘Hermannsburg School’ style watercolour artists, who continue to paint in the tradition of their grandfather and relative, Albert Namatjira—arguably one of Australia’s most famous artists of the 20th century. Namatjira taught his children to follow in his unique style. They have since passed this knowledge on to their children, which has resulted in the legacy of watercolour artists in the Central Desert region. This new exhibition at Nanda\Hobbs Gallery includes six large paintings, all measuring 182cm x 244cm. The scale of these works has never been attempted before. Each is a museum quality masterpiece.

Featuring works by Hubert Pareroultja, Elton Wirri, Kevin Namatjirra, Reinhold Inkamarra, Gloria Pannka, and Mervyn Rubuntja.

Exhibition Opens: 6pm-8pm, Thursday 12 October 2017
Exhibition Closes: 20 October 2017
Location: Nanda\Hobbs, Level 1, 66 King Street, Sydney 2000
Contact: +61 2 9262 6660
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