(c.1922/25 - 2008)
Mick Kubarkku was active/lived in Australia. Mick Kubarkku is known for Aboriginal painting.
Biography Mick Kubarkku
Mick Kubarkku spent his life on small outstations close to waterholes and billabongs, moving camp seasonally to hunt. By the late 1970s, Kubarkku had established his own outstation at Yikarrakkal on the Mann River.
It was during this period in late 1970s and through the 1980s that Kubarkku achieved some national prominence for his distinctive figurative images often of namanjwarre, the estuarine crocodile. By then he had established his signature style, with dotting to decorate borders or sections of a figure's anatomy along with internal crosshatching of alternating parallel bands of red, yellow and white ochre. This patterning was also shared with artist David Milaybuma (deceased), one of the artists he wor
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