Jake James Tjungurrayi | 112 cm x 234 cm
Not stretched or framed | Acrylic on canvas
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Framing can be organised on request, please email email@example.com with the artwork name and size for a framing price.
Jake James Tjapaltjarri was born around 1962 and is from Kintore, 530kms west of Alice Springs, Northern Territory. Jake is the son of the distinguished artist George Hairbrush Tjungurrayi and it is from his father that Jake learnt his dreaming ‘Tingari’. Tingari dreaming is so significant to Pintupi men as it represents the creation of the land, when tribal ancestors moved through the land, forming the landscape and sacred sites. In keeping with his father’s distinct style of painting, Jake too paints with strong, bold lines, enhanced with the use of a contrasting colour palette. Given that Jake paints with brown earthly tones and also produces works in bright primary and monochrome colours, he stands as one of the most versatile artists to collect.
Stretching & Framing
Stretching & Framing
Not stretched or framed
Stretcheing and/or framing can be organised on request once you have purchased your piece, pricing starts at around 1/3 of the artwork price (on average).
This process generally takes around 3-4 weeks.
Framing options are Tasmanian Oak, White or Black painted pine.
All stretching and framing is completed by the team at Left Bank Art Group
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All artwork stretching and framing is taken care of by the team at Left Bank Art Group on the Gold Coast, a family business that has operated for over 40 years, employing over 20 local staff
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