Australian Prints + Printmaking, a database listing printmaking artists from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific region based on the print collection of the National Gallery of Australia.
Emily Kngwarreye is classified as one of top 100 Indigenous artists on the Australian Indigenous Art Market Top 100. Registration is required, but once registered you will be able to access a detailed artist's profile, a market analysis and their Indigenous market ranking.
Works by Emily Kngwarreye held in public galleries
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Auckland Art Gallery
Art Gallery of South Australia
Art Gallery of Western Australia
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Which public galleries are included?
Details of works held in public galleries have been extracted from the online catalogues, where they exist, and include the following Australian & New Zealand galleries:
Art Gallery of NSW, Art Gallery of South Australia, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Auckland Art Gallery, Australian National Gallery, Australian War Memorial, Geelong Gallery, Ian Potter Museum of Art at the University of Melbourne, Monash University Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia, Museum of New Zealand, National Gallery of Victoria, National Portrait Gallery, Queensland Art Gallery.
The following galleries will be added when online catalogues become available:
Heide Museum of Modern Art, Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery, The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.
We will endeavor to correct any errors or omissions when advised.