Maryanne Mungatopi

Skin: Wantaringuwi (Sun)
Country: Purumpanali
Dance: Yirrikapayi (Crocodile)
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Maryanne Mungatopi was a much-loved and respected member of Jilamara Arts & Crafts and the Milikapiti community.

Maryanne exhibited in group exhibitions with Jilamara between 1995 – 2002 and was known for her Tutuni poles and paintings of Purukapali, Way-ai and Jinani (from the Tiwi Creation story).

Her major commissions include; a Pukumani pole to private collector Thomas Vroom, Netherlands (1996) & Equestrian Event Works on Site at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

Her work is held in collections across Australia and overseas, including; Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery (VIC), National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria & The British Museum (England).

Maryanne passed away in 2003.

 

Artworks by Maryanne Mungatopi

Jilamara - Painting - Maryanne Mungatopi

Jilamara

3-96

$805

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Maryanne Mungatopi
56 x 76 cm Natural Ochres on Paper
Untitled - Painting - Maryanne Mungatopi

Untitled

310-01

$805

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Maryanne Mungatopi
56 x 76 cm Natural Ochres on Paper
Sun Woman at Wuriupi - Print - Maryanne Mungatopi

Sun Woman at Wuriupi

E116-00-30-30

$1,265

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Maryanne Mungatopi
89.5 x 59 cm, hard ground etching