Art Of The Insider: Northern Territory 'Gaol Art' In The Late Nineteenth Century

Anita Angel


Examines "The Dawn of Art," a collection of art produced by Aboriginal prisoners and compiled by John George Knight, a deputy sheriff at Fannie Bay Gaol in Australia's Northern Territory during the late 19th century, a time of both significant prison refo

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