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pinturas aborígenes Australianos - Buscar con Google

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The didgeridoo is one of the oldest musical instruments. It is about 1.2 meters (4') long and made from a hollowed tree limb. It produces a complex, low-pitched humming sound. Central to many Aboriginal ceremonies, didgeridoos also sell briskly to tourists, although the two versions are very different. Didgeridoos for Aboriginals are simple, polished wood, or painted in plain colours. Didgeridoos of the type sold to tourists are shown above

The didgeridoo is one of the oldest musical instruments. It is about 1.2 meters (4') long and made from a hollowed tree limb. It produces a complex, low-pitched humming sound. Central to many Aboriginal ceremonies, didgeridoos also sell briskly to tourists, although the two versions are very different. Didgeridoos for Aboriginals are simple, polished wood, or painted in plain colours. Didgeridoos of the type sold to tourists are shown above

Here is another fine piece of Authentic Australian Aboriginal Art  by Felicity Nampijinpa Robertson / Water Dreaming (1A) is the title of the work.  Click on the artwork to view this piece and more than 1000 other artworks from more than 100 of Australia’s leading Indigenous artists.   Thanks

Here is another fine piece of Authentic Australian Aboriginal Art by Felicity Nampijinpa Robertson / Water Dreaming (1A) is the title of the work. Click on the artwork to view this piece and more than 1000 other artworks from more than 100 of Australia’s leading Indigenous artists. Thanks

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