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Esme Timbery & Marilyn Russell "Harbour Bridge"

Product shot of Harbour Bridge - © Esme Timbery & Marilyn Russell

Esme Timbery & Marilyn Russell
"Harbour Bridge"

  • Size (W x H)
  • Medium
  • Catalogue
  • Price $AUD
  • Sale Price
  • 32 x 12 cm
  • Mixed Media
  • 245
  • $490
  • $385

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  • Language
  • Born
  • Area
  • Date
  • Bidjigal / English
  • -
  • La Perouse, NSW
  • 2016

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The iconic Harbour Bridge shell art was created in response to the Harbour Bridge’s opening in 1932. As the souvenir industry was a main source of income for Aboriginal women, the changing markets over time made keeping up with production quite difficult against mass-produced items, thus becoming a collectable item. Esme and Marilyn continue to make collaborative shell art together, challenging the stereotype of what is and isn’t Aboriginal art.

This bridge measures 32 x 12 x 9cm (W x H x D)

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Artist Esme Timbery & Marilyn Russell
TitleHarbour Bridge
Language GroupBidjigal / English
AreaLa Perouse, NSW
Catalogue 245
Date2016
MediumMixed Media
Size (W x H) 32 x 12 cm
Price $AUD $490   Sale Price $385

Unstretched - Rolled in a tube ($0.00)

Stretched - Ready to hang* (+$25)

*Sorry, "Ready to hang" is not available for international deliveries on this artwork.

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Description

NOTE: Please select 'unstretched' first to proceed with purchase.

The iconic Harbour Bridge shell art was created in response to the Harbour Bridge’s opening in 1932. As the souvenir industry was a main source of income for Aboriginal women, the changing markets over time made keeping up with production quite difficult against mass-produced items, thus becoming a collectable item. Esme and Marilyn continue to make collaborative shell art together, challenging the stereotype of what is and isn’t Aboriginal art.

This bridge measures 32 x 12 x 9cm (W x H x D)

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