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-'''Indigenous Australian art''' (also known as '''Aboriginal art''') is art made by [[Indigenous Australians]], covering works that pre-date [[History of Australia before 1901#Colonization|European colonization]] as well as [[contemporary art]] by [[Indigenous Australians|Aboriginal Australians]] based on traditional culture. These have been studied in recent decades and gained increased international recognition. Aboriginal art involves a wide range of media including painting on leaves, wood carving, rock carving, sculpture, ceremonial clothing and [[sandpainting]].+'''Indigenous Australians''' are the original inhabitants of the [[Australia (continent)|Australian continent]] and nearby islands.{{Citation needed|date=August 2012}} The Aboriginal Indigenous Australians migrated from [[India]] via the "Southern Route" around 50,000 years ago, and arrived in Australia around 45,000 years ago.
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-==List of contemporary Aboriginal artists== 
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-There are many Indigenous Australian artists. Amongst the most famous are: 
-*[[Albert Namatjira]] 
-*Barbara Weir 
-*[[Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri]] 
-*[[Dorothy Napangardi]] 
-*[[Emily Kngwarreye]] 
-*[[John Mawurndjul]] 
-*[[Lin Onus]] 
-*[[Minnie Pwerle]] 
-*[[Tracey Moffat]] 
-*[[Richard Bell]] 
-*[[Rover Thomas]] 
-*[[Shane Pickett]] 
-*[[Wenten Rubuntja]] 
-*[[Yannima Tommy Watson]] 
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-==Significant sites of Aboriginal rock art== 
-*[[Bradshaws]] 
-*[[Carnarvon Gorge]] 
-*[[Kakadu National Park|Kakadu]] 
-*[[Murujuga]] 
-*[[Sydney Rock Engravings]] 
-*[[Ubirr]] 
-*[[Uluru]] 
-*[[Laura, Queensland]] 
==See also== ==See also==
-* [[Art of Australia]]+{{Commons category|Australian Aboriginals}}
-* [[Dreaming (spirituality)|Dreaming]]+*[[Aboriginal sacred site]]
-* [[Earth's Creation]]+*[[Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet]]
-* [[Geoffrey Bardon]]+*[[Australian outback literature of the 20th century]]
-* [[Hermannsburg School]]+*[[Australoid race]]
-* [[Kluge-Ruhe Museum]]+*[[Customary Aboriginal law]]
-* [[National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award]]+*[[Indigenous Protected Areas]]
-* [[Papunya Tula]]+*[[List of Indigenous Peoples]]
-* [[Lists of Indigenous Australians]]+*[[List of laws concerning Indigenous Australians]]
-* [[Yolngu]]+*[[NAIDOC Week]]
- +*[[Northern Territory National Emergency Response]]
 +*[[Stronger Futures Policy]]
 +*[[Welcome to Country and Acknowledgement of Country]]
 +*[[Aboriginal sites of New South Wales]]
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Indigenous Australians are the original inhabitants of the Australian continent and nearby islands.Template:Citation needed The Aboriginal Indigenous Australians migrated from India via the "Southern Route" around 50,000 years ago, and arrived in Australia around 45,000 years ago.


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