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Camel with two riders

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Camel with two riders

Kamula munu Anangu Kutjarra

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A white, grey and brown model camel with two riders made from, raffia, minarri (greybeard) grass, wool and leather. The two riders are seated on a red crocheted saddle, which is fastened to the camel with leather straps and leads.
Kamula munu Anangu Kutjarra (Camel with two riders), 2011, Dianne Ungukalpi Golding, Jean Inyalanka Burke and Kanytjupai Armstrong, grass, wool, leather and raffia, 465 x 1070 x 545 mm. Photo: Katie Shanahan.


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