- Registration number
- Item name
- Indigenous name
- Lindsay Roughsey / Burrud.
- Associated cultural group
- Australia > Australia > Queensland > Gulf region > Mornington Island
- Mrs Lillian Bosch
- Acquisition date
- May 14, 1973
- Acquisition method
- Donated by Mrs Lillian Bosch
- Raw material
- Ochre; pipe clay; stringybark
- H: 690 mm W: 390 mm L: D: Circum:
Framed bark painting. Central image depicts man cooking several different animals at a camp fire, background is linear. Surrounding this image are four male dancers, one in each corner, with spears, boomerangs and shields, background is cross-hatched. 72 is written in the bottom left-hand corner and Burrud in the bottom right; 540 x 250 mm without frame.
From the UQ Anthropology Museum exhibition 'In the Red; on the vibrancy of things' June 2012 - January 2013.
In the Red exhibition label: Moon Man story. An Ancestral Moon man cooks meat on a fire surrounded by four male dancers holding shields, spears and throwing sticks.
© Lindsay Roughsey/Copyright Agency, 2020