James Cant

Five paintings by James Cant based on the Obiri Cave Paintings in Arnhem Land Australia. All works were exhibited at James Cant - Obiri Cave Paintings, Berkeley Galleries in London 1950 and are from the William Ohly Collection.
, 'Native women performing a vigorous dance,' 1948, Charles Nodrum Gallery

James Cant

Native women performing a vigorous dance, 1948

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, '(A standing male figure, with a shield and barbed pear, wearing a cape and a bustle),' 1948, Charles Nodrum Gallery

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(A standing male figure, with a shield and barbed pear, wearing a cape and a bustle), 1948

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, 'Symbolic figures ascribed by the modern natives to an earlier people, the “MIMI.” Some design elements appear to be based on flower forms,' 1948, Charles Nodrum Gallery

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Symbolic figures ascribed by the modern natives to an earlier people, the “MIMI.” Some design elements appear to be based on flower forms, 1948

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, 'A woman with digging stick and bag. A Kangaroo Woman with white triangle in front. A Group of the Hairy Ghosts called “MORMO” and a mythical monstrous serpent,' 1948, Charles Nodrum Gallery

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A woman with digging stick and bag. A Kangaroo Woman with white triangle in front. A Group of the Hairy Ghosts called “MORMO” and a mythical monstrous serpent, 1948

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, 'The male ancestor-leader of these two figures of “Dream-time” mythology is no longer known to the local tribes,' 1948, Charles Nodrum Gallery

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The male ancestor-leader of these two figures of “Dream-time” mythology is no longer known to the local tribes, 1948

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