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Black camel with rider

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Black camel with rider

Kamula Maru munu Anangu Kutju

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A black and pink model camel and rider made from, raffia, minarri (greybeard) grass, wool and leather. The rider has a yellow and black body, is wearing a purple beanie, and is seated on a brown crocheted saddle which is fastened to the camel with leather straps and leads.
Kamula Maru munu Anangu Kutju (Black camel with rider), 2011, Dianne Ungukalpi Golding, Jean Inyalanka Burke and Kanytjupai Armstrong, grass, wool, leather and raffia, 620 x 1310 x 300 mm. Photo: Katie Shanahan.


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