Painting on a rectangle of bark, in cross-hatched yellow and white tones. Two squarish sections both contain an irregular shape. The shape in one section is flanked by three smaller squarish shapes, and the one in the other has two circular leaf-like shapes adjacent to it. There are several lateral parallel lines between the sections and across one end of the bark. "699/3[?]" is written on the back in black.
John Calaby collection
The two important ceremonial barks are visual maps as well as ancestral storylines and can be used to tell several stories about the Groote Eylandt Indigenous people including the story of Fred Gray, the Flying boat base and the Groote Eylandt's involvement in the war effort. Mick Magani is considered to be one of the most significant elders and artists from the Naningrida region.