B & W photograph
- Registration number
- Item name
- B & W photograph
- Indigenous name
- Associated cultural group
- Australia > Australia > Queensland > South east Queensland > Kilcoy
- Dr L. P. Winterbotham
- Acquisition date
- January 01, 1950
- Acquisition method
- Purchased from Dr L. P. Winterbotham
- H: W: 145 mm L: 385 mm D: Circum:
Black and white photograph of a man holding a narrow shield in his left hand standing in a bush setting. The photograph is mounted on a board approximately 155 x 390mm. Hand coloured and captioned: DUNGIDAU COROBOR.I FISHERMAN PATTERN.
"Dungiadu corobori. Fisherman pattern (written on it). Ready for a Dungidau corobori, and shows the same fish bone pattern, but according to Gaiarbau the previous one noted on 7568 (3249) was the one used on more formal occasions. For ordinary corobois the patterns were not nearly so carefully marked as on formal occasions (OCC)" [catalogue card note].
Part of a series of photographs, numbered 32482 to 32509, of the same Aboriginal man (supplied by UQ Photography Dept), some of which were hand coloured by UQ artist to indicate body decoration, presumably based on information / pastel drawings by Dr Winterbotham's Waka Waka informant, Willie MacKenzie (Gaiarbau). A notation on the back of 32483  indicates that the man featured is Willie Barney. A number were originally mounted in sets (former registration numbers 7566 to 7572].