The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands
The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands
The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands
The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands
The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands
The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands
The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands
The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands
The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands
The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands
The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands
The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands
The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands
The Heart of Everything  The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands

The Heart of Everything The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands

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The Heart of Everything

The arts and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands

McCulloch & McCulloch Australian Art Books, 2008, [First Edition], ISBN 9780980449402, colour reproductions, photographs and illustrations throughout, illustrated endpapers, paperback with wraps and fold-out

Very Good Condition, minor edge and shelf wear, minor rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, no inscriptions, uncreased spine (see photographs)

“from totem designs used for body paint-up to sweeps of brilliant colour on canvas, the art of Mornington and Bentinck Islands in the Gulf of Carpentaria off the Queensland coast, has long and rich history.  Now this major new book – featuring the work of artists from Mornington Island Arts & Crafts – explores, for the first time, the history and visual culture of the region and its wide-ranging contemporary art.”