Gannon House Gallery

About Gannon House Gallery

Gannon House Gallery in Sydney has worked with the Australian artists it represents for 30 years. The Aboriginal art has been ethically sourced from communities and artists working throughout Australia. All artwork comes with comprehensive information about the artist and the art making process. Gannon House Gallery is a signatory to the indigenous art code.

Please browse the collections using the menus above or the artists links below. You can also contact us to receive a personalised selection. Due to current circumstances the gallery is open Friday to Sunday at reduced hours. Please get in touch through our contact page or socials to find out more. The majority of the collection can be viewed online or with a video appointment.

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Wagilag Sisters Story 1937-1997 exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra show cased paintings by Paddy Dhathungu, Dawidi and Philip Gudthaykudthay in one room. This piece by Philip Gudthaykudthay shows the triangular shapes where the ancestral witiji (olive python) hits the ground after swallowing the Wagilag sisters and their child. He is the most senior artist from Ramingining and the last active artist from the Milingimbi school of painters.
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Gannon House Gallery

Bark paintings are elaborate ancestral paintings considered appropriate for the public domain. The fine line work ( rarrk) and figurative images of plants and animals have meaning related to particular narrative. On the left of these three close-up images are Tom Djumburpur’s olive python (witiitj), belonging to the Widumin clan country. We are working on getting our valuable collection of #barkpainting online. Watch this space ! ... See MoreSee Less

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