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Important Aboriginal Art offers collectors an insight into the secret/sacred world of Aboriginal tribesmen and women through captivating paintings and sculptures that conform to the same criteria associated to Fine Art. For Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri and other Papunya Tula Masters `dreamings` constitute the very essence of what their secret/sacred world rests upon. Likewise for senior artists elsewhere from various Australian areas who followed the genre of the Papunya Tula Masters and from this produced paintings that nurtured the development of the unique regional imagery associated to different areas in Australia.
Classical Desert Art by Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri and his peers in particular, who originally brought Contemporary Aboriginal Art into existence, is for serious collectors, who know that these Masters` achievements are non-negotiable; their art is simply remarkable and came from them alone without outside influences from minders and dealers and art works from abroad and makes up what Robert Hughes has described as `the last great Art Movement of the 20th Century`.
"We know certain things from the long record of art history that talents are always unevenly distributed; that the core meaning of an art movement must be unearthed through relentless study; that the weight of significance is shouldered by a few individual artists who stand out from the mass and whose work repays prolonged attention." .... Nicolas Rothwell 2004. Quoted in an article titled `Culture Shift` by Sebastian Smee.... Weekend Australian, March 2006.
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