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Otto Pareroultja


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Born: c. 1914

Deceased: 1973

Language Group: Western Aranda (Arrernte)

Country: Hermannsburg (Ntaria), West of Alice Springs, Northern Territory

Medium: Watercolour on Board

Subjects: Landscape of Country

Otto was born in Hermannsburg around 1914 and learnt to paint in the Hermannsburg watercolour style while attending the Lutheran Mission School.

Collections

Flinders University Art Museum, Adelaide, South Australia

Hermannsburg Art Gallery, Northern Territory

Museum of Victoria, Victoria

National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australian Capitol Territory

The Kelton Foundation, Santa Monica, California, USA

Group Exhibitions

1952 Exhibition by the Aranda Group; Seven Sboriginal Water Colour Artists, Anthony Hordern Fine Art Gallery, Sydney, New South Wales
1963 The Melbourne Moomba Festival, Exhibition of Aboriginal Art, presented by the Aborigines Advancement League in conjunction with the Myer Emporium, Melbourne, Victoria
1973 Exhibition of Aboriginal Arts and Crafts Playhouse Gallery, Canberra, Australian Capitol Territory
1988 The Inspired Dream, Life as art in Aboriginal Australia, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory and touring internationally.
1989 Aboriginal Art: The Continuing Tradition, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australian Capitol Territory
1991 The Heritage of Namatjira at Flinders, Flinders University Art Museum, South Australia
1992 The Heritage of Namatjira, touring exhibition, through Flinders University Art Museum
1993 The Heritage of Namatjira, touring exhibition, through Flinders University Art Museum
1995 Namatjira Ilakakeye, kinship, creativity and the continuing traditions of the Hermannsburg artists, Tandanya, Adelaide, South Australia