Aboriginal Art is a record of one of the oldest surviving cultures in the world. The paintings represent the stories told over millennia by elders to the young people in a tribal group and is constantly evolving to create a unique and stunning art form. There were originally over 360 different language groups through out Australia and none of them were written language making story telling a very important aspect of teaching cultural knowledge.
With one of the largest collections of collectable indigenous artwork the Gallery is able to show a considerable cross-section of work from each artist we represent and examples of work from many of the art producing communities in Australia. All artwork comes with a comprehensive information pack including certificates of authenticity and photographs of the artists with the work if available. Gannon House Gallery is also a signatory to the Indigenous Art Code.
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