Aboriginal Art has been described as the last great Art movement ever to be discovered! Whilst being one of the oldest forms of art anywhere in the world, Aboriginal Art is by art standards, very young.
Artlandish Aboriginal Art has been in business now over 11 years and specialise in providing our customers with the Highest Quality Authentic Australian Aboriginal Artworks at the best possible prices.
Please view the tabs to your right for a further introduction to Artlandish, or click on the links below in the "Must See Gallery Highlights" and above in the menu.
Our Guarantee of Authenticity
"All Aboriginal paintings and artefacts found in our online gallery come with an unconditional Money Back Guarantee so you can acquire with complete confidence."
One of the most vital points of which you must be assured when you purchase a piece of Australian Aboriginal Art is that the product you are purchasing is authentic. This is of paramount importance.
That is why we provide you with a certificate of authenticity of the Highest Standard as well as exceptional Provenance with all purchases.
Provenance includes the Aboriginal Artists' name and a detailed Profile (their life story and achievements), story/description of the artwork, a photograph of the artist, and where possible and permitted, a photograph of the artist with the completed work. Whilst not always possible, we will also provide working images of the artist executing the piece of art whenever they are available
You can be totally confident, when you purchase through Artlandish Aboriginal Art Gallery that you are receiving a genuine piece of Australian Aboriginal art!
Artlandish Aboriginal Art Gallery is Located in Kununurra, in the heart of the very beautiful and World renowned Kimberley region of Far North East Western Australia.
This web portal contains our huge Online Aboriginal Art Gallery with more than 1000 paintings, artefacts and gifts avaiable for you to view. Youmay also like to visit our Aboriginal Art Information Centre with large amounts of information, photos and video covering a wide variety of Aboriginal Art and culture segments.
Please feel free to explore our extensive information resources as well as our comprehensive online gallery and don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or queries or just feel like a chat about Aboriginal Art! Thanks for visiting.
One Of The World's Largest Online Aboriginal Art Galleries
Artlandish Aboriginal Art is one of the world's largest online galleries featuring the finest in Authentic Australian Aboriginal Art. We also have one of the largest galleries in the world located in Kununurra, Western Australia. Whilst it sounds nice what it means for you is that you can buy with absolute confidence knowing Artlandish is committed to always providing you with the finest quality artworks at the best possible prices.
Investing In CommunitiesArtlandish Aboriginal Art has invested hundreds of thousands of dollars back into local Aboriginal communities over many years. Purchasing artworks through Artlandish ensures there is a direct and immediate injection of monies into local Aboriginal communities and provides many Artists and their families with an opportunity to earn immediate income with no delays on payments or commissions as Artlandish always pay all our Artists immediately upon completion!
Must See Gallery Highlights
Check out the latest artworks to arrive at the Artlandish Aboriginal Art Gallery in Kununurra, Western Australia.
Every month you can find some great specials on a wide variety of amazing Aboriginal Art
Latest Gallery News
Aboriginal Art painted by Kimberley Artist Lena Nyadbi will be visible from the Eiffel Tower! And from Space!
Yes that’s right! An amazing achievement by Lena and very exciting for her, her family, community, Aboriginal Artists and the industry as a whole!
Having spent a month on the amazing island off of Spain known as Ibiza, I found it very interesting to see the following article! It’s amazing the places that Australian Aboriginal Art turns up in!
20 Aboriginal Artworks by Emily Kngwarreye are up for sale! What a rare opportunity to see so many artworks from a master painter on sale at one time! It will be very interesting to see how they go. This will give the auction part of the aboriginal art market a good indication of how they are traveling!
Regardless, I’m confident that most will certainly be beyond my budget but it will be interesting to follow that’s for sure.
Artist of the month
Sarrita King was born in Adelaide, South Australia on the 5th March 1988. She is the younger sister to fellow artist, Tarisse King and daughter to the late highly regarded artist, William King Jungala (1966 – 2007).
Sarrita inherits her Australian Aboriginality from her father who was part of the Gurindji tribe from the Northern Territory. The Gurindji tribe came to public attention during the 1960s and 1970s when members employed by the Wave Hill cattle station led a landmark case which became the first successful land rights claim in Australia. It is this same strong sense of self and pride that Sarrita embodies and it fuels her drive to paint her totemic landscape.
Signatory to the Indigenous Art Code
Artlandish Gallery is Proud
To be a signatory to the Indigenous Australian Art Commercial Code of Conduct and a Member of Indigenous Art Code Limited, the Company established to ensure professional and transparent behaviour in working with Indigenous artists.
For further information about the code please visit: www.indigenousartcode.org