Our Aboriginal wall art is a collection of canvas prints depicting the ancient, beautiful and unique art of indigenous Australia. Painted by aboriginal artists, our artwork showcases the natural beauty of the land. All of our Australian Aboriginal art prints are printed on gallery-quality canvas with custom sizing and are individually hand-stretched. This stunning collection of Aboriginal art for sale can be hung in any room of your home. These canvas prints show the beauty and vibrant culture of Australia's indigenous people, photographed on site and preserved for all time by talented artists.
The indigenous inhabitants of Australia are the Aboriginal people who span many different tribes across the country. The culture dates as far as 60,000 to 80,000 years when the Aboriginals first reached Australia. All across Australia, there are sights that have maintained Aboriginal works. As the many different Aboriginal languages aren’t written down, the culture is portrayed in symbols and icons depicted in their artwork. Aboriginal artwork comes down to the tribe they come from. The dot technique is one of the easily recognizable characteristics of Aboriginal paintings, however, not every Aboriginal is permitted to create artworks using this technique as some tribes historically never used it. Another technique is cross-hatching, or Rarrk, which is used mainly by Aboriginal artists in the Northern Territory. Rarrk is identified by the long, thin parallel lines that cross one another.
Traditional Aboriginal wall art uses materials obtained from the local land and used to paint on rocks. Colours like white, yellow, red were produced from ochre and iron clay pigments. They also painted on leaves, carved rock and wood, and created sand paintings.
One of the oldest examples of Aboriginal prints is a 17,300-year-old rock art painting depicting a kangaroo. The work was discovered in the Kimberley region of Western Australia and is not the only Aboriginal art in the region. Red ochre was used to paint the ceiling of the rock shelter.
Emily Kame Kngwarreye
Born over 200 kilometres from Alice Springs, Emily Kame Kngwarreye is one of Australia’s most important artists. Kngwarreye only began to paint later in life, and she created over 3,000 artworks. Inspiration for her artworks came from one source, her Dreaming. Kngwarreye was the first artist to use the Dub Dub method of painting, where acrylic paint is gathered onto a paintbrush and then pushed into the canvas.
Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori
Similar to Kngwarreye, Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori began her artistic career at the age of 81. Her style was abstract-like, which she developed to represent her country. Her paintings are known for the use of kaleidoscopic colours and amazing abstract shapes.
The provocative and satirical work of Vincent Namatjira often features well-known faces in culture, such as Donald Trump, the British royal family, and Captain Cook. Namatjira’s paintings often comment on the political realm of Australia.