This book addresses the most important component around the rock-art panel - its landscape.Lily Gin.gina, Wardaman elder, holds her hand alongside a hand-stencil in a sandstone rock-shelter of her traditional country in ... 1.3) but with an emphasis on landscape and the relationship landscape has with the art, the artist and the audience. ... This is the beeswax art of western Arnhem Land, north Australia ( Nelson et al. in press), made in the unusual material and technique of applique dots, lines and sheets of beeswax ... A well-dated class of rock-art: the Aboriginal beeswax.
|Title||:||The Figured Landscapes of Rock-Art|
|Author||:||George Nash, Christopher Chippindale|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2004|