Papunya Tula Artists, Alice Springs
The Collection of Colin and Elizabeth Laverty, Sydney, purchased in September 2003
Private collection, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Paintings from Remote Communities: Indigenous Australian Art from the Laverty Collection, Sydney, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand, 15 December 2007 – 24 February 2008; Newcastle Art Gallery, New South Wales, 5 July – 31 August 2008
Beyond Sacred: Recent Painting from Australia’s Remote Aboriginal Communities: The Collection of Colin and Elizabeth Laverty, Hardie Grant Books, Melbourne, 2008, p. 63 (illus.)
Beyond Sacred: Australian Aboriginal Art: The Collection of Colin and Elizabeth Laverty, edition II, Kleimeyer Industries Pty Ltd, Melbourne, 2011, p. 65 (illus.)
Pollock Hills, Western Desert
Naata Nungurrayi was born deep in the Gibson Desert at the rock-hole site of Kumil, circa 1932. Together with members of her immediate family, Naata led a traditional bush life, travelling among the sandhills and clusters of rocky outcrops that erupt ceremoniously across the desert floor. The cycle of nomadic life continued until April 1964 when, in the midst of severe drought condition . . .