detail: James Angus, Australia, born 1970, Rhinoceros, 1995, Fremantle, Western Australia, fiberglass, synthetic polymer paint, aluminium, 105.0 x 320.0 x 165.0 cm; Gift of Helen Brown 1996,  Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney

SACRED AND POWERFUL

Here are the works from Week 4. Members of the public invited to vote for their favourite. The top four works will be included in the YOUR Gallery display.

 
Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 1 - Destiny
ARTWORK 1
Thomas Cooper Gotch, Britain, 1854 – 1931, Destiny, 1885 86, London?, oil on canvas, 243.8 x 193.7 cm; South Australian Government Grant 1890
 

 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 2 - Uluru with shadows
ARTWORK 2
Long Tom Tjapanangka, Australia,born c.1930, Pintupi/Ngaatjatjarra people, Northern Territory/Western Australia, Untitled (Uluru with shadows), 1995, Haasts Bluff, Northern Territory,synthetic polymer paint on plywood, 45.0 x 100.0 cm; South Australian Government Grant 1995, © Long Tom Tjapanangka, Courtesy of Ikuntji Art
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 3 - Dara Shikoh as a boy

ARTWORK 3
India, Dara Shikoh as a boy, c.1628 30, Agra or Delhi, gouache on paper, 41.0 x 32.0 cm; Morgan Thomas Bequest Fund 1940
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 4 - Summer Storm

ARTWORK 4
Samuel Palmer, Britain, 1805 – 1881, Summer Storm near Pulborough, Sussex, c.1851, London, watercolour on paper, 51.5 x 72.0 cm (sheet); A.M. & A.R. Ragless Bequest Funds 1955
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 5 - Melencolia I

ARTWORK 5
Albrecht Dürer, Germany, 1471 – 1528, Melencolia I, 1514, Nuremberg, Germany, engraving on paper,
23.8 x 18.6 cm (image); Morgan Thomas Bequest Fund 1962
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 6 - For John Lennon

ARTWORK 6
Ann Newmarch, Australia, born 1945, For John Lennon and my two sons B, 1981, Adelaide, colour screenprint on paper, 91.0 x 65.0 cm; Purchased with the assistance of the Savings Bank of
South Australia through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 1982, © Ann Newmarch
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 7 - Dressing gown

ARTWORK 7
Omega Workshops, Bloomsbury, London, Britain, 1913 – 1920, Roger Fry, designer of fabric, Britain, 1866 – 1934, Vanessa Bell, designer of garment, Britain, 1879 – 1961, attributed to Besselièvre Cie, Maromme, printer, France, working 19th 20th century, Dressing gown in Amenophis VI design, 1918, fabric designed 1913, designed London, printed France, printed linen, 131.0 cm (centre back), 158.0 cm (cuff to cuff);South Australian Government Grant 1984, © Estate of Vanessa Bell courtesy of Henrietta
Garnett
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 8 - Two women of the Dreamtime

ARTWORK 8
Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, Australia, born c.1943, Pintupi people, Northern Territory/Western Australia, Two women of the Dreamtime, 1987, Kintore, Northern Territory, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 131.0 x 121.0 cm; South Australian Government Grant 1987, © Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, Licensed by Aboriginal Artists Agency, 2012
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 9 - The Temptation of St Anthony

ARTWORK 9
Follower of Hieronymus Bosch, The Netherlands, 16th century, The Temptation of St Anthony, early to mid 16th century, The Netherlands or Flanders, pen & ink, black chalk on paper, 30.3 x 46.1 cm (sheet);
V.B.F. Young Bequest Fund 1989
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 10 - Dead Goebbels he say

ARTWORK 10
Richard Larter, Britain/Australia, born 1929, Dead Goebbels he say, 1971, Luddenham, New South Wales,
synthentic polymer paint on composition board, 122.0 x 183.5 cm; South Australian Government Grant 1989
© Richard Larter
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 11 - St Paul before Felix and Drusilla

 ARTWORK 11
William Blake, Britain, 1757 – 1827, St Paul before Felix and Drusilla, c.1803, London, watercolour on paper, 37.5 x 35.5 cm (sheet); Gift of William Bowmore AO OBE through the Art
Gallery of South Australia Foundation 1995.
  

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 12 - Tobias and the Angel II

ARTWORK 12
Ken Whisson, Australia, born 1927, Tobias and the Angel II, 1973, Melbourne, oil on masonite, 83.8 x 109.0 cm; A.R. Ragless Fund 1974
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 13 - Votive bowl & shadow plate

ARTWORK 13
Brian Hirst, Australia, born 1956, Votive bowl & shadow plate, Relationships in Form 2002, Annandale, New South Wales, glass, platinum, stainless steel, 35.0 x 32.0 x 34.5 cm (bowl irreg), 0.2 x 61.0 x 47.0 cm (steel plate); Gift of Susan Cocks, Justice Kemeri Murray, Skye McGregor and David McKee through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation Collector's Club 2002
  

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 14 - Water totem place for men

ARTWORK 14
Mick Namerari Tjapaltjarri, Australia, c.1926 – 1998, Pintupi people, Northern Territory, Water totem place for men, 1972, Papunya, Northern Territory, natural ochres on board, 57.4 x 64.6 cm; A.M. & A.R. Ragless Bequest Funds 2003, © Estate of Mick Namerari Tjapaltjarri, Licensed by Aboriginal Artists Agency, 2012
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 15 - Two presentation knives 

ARTWORK 15
India, Two presentation knives with scabbards, late 18th early 19th century, Lucknow, red and green glass, gold & silver gilt, steel, 30.0 cm (length each); Ellen Christensen Bequest Fund 2004
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 16 - Temple Guardian

 ARTWORK 16
India, Temple Guardian, c.1835, Kerala Region, hardwood, 213.0 cm (height); Gift of Dr Edward Tweddell assisted by Michael Abbott AO QC, Michael Hayes, Anne Kidman and David McKee, through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 2004.
  

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 17 - St Agnes

ARTWORK 17
Julia Margaret Cameron, Britain, 1815 – 1879, St Agnes (Alice Liddell), 1872, Freshwater, Isle of Wight,
albumen silver photograph, 33.7 x 22.7 cm (image & sheet); Roy and Marjory Edwards Bequest Fund 2005
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 18 - They kick when fired...  

ARTWORK 18
Ekaku Hakuin, Japan, 1685 – 1769, They kick when fired ..., c.1750, Japan, hanging scroll, ink on paper,
30.0 x 89.0 cm; Gift of Andrew and Hiroko Gwinnett through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 2008

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 19 - Siva 

 ARTWORK 19
Indonesia, Siva, 8th 9th century, Samarinda, East Kalimantan, gold, 21.3 cm (height);
Gift of the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation, Michael Abbott AO QC, M.J.M. Carter AO with the
assistance of the South Australian Government 2010
 

 


 

 

Sacred and Powerful, Artwork 20 - Ritual implement

ARTWORK 20
Indonesia, Ritual implement [vajra], 12th century, Central Java, bronze, 18.0 x 7.0 cm;
Gift of Michael Abbott AO QC through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 2008

   


 

  


detail: James Angus, Australia, born 1970, Rhinoceros, 1995, Fremantle, Western Australia, fiberglass, synthetic polymer paint, aluminium, 105.0 x 320.0 x 165.0 cm; Gift of Helen Brown 1996, Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney