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Tjyllyungoo is the traditional name of the landscape painter Lance Chadd, a Noongar man. Tjyllyungoo's paintings are internationally recognised and held in a number of collections.

Born in 1954, he grew up in the south-west regional town of Bunbury. He began painting professionally, in 1981, without having taken formal training. His unique realistic style is akin to those of Hans Heysen and Albert Namatjira, to whose work he was introduced at an early age. His uncles Alan Kelly and Reynold Hart were also fine landscape painters at the Carrolup Mission settlement.

While his work is identified with Aboriginal art, his paintings are imbued with these traditional influences through his depiction of the landscapes in his boodjar. In contrast to indigenous abstractions his work is well received by those without a knowledge of the cultural or spiritual beliefs of the Noongar people.[1]

Works[edit]

Tjyllyungoo's work has been exhibited at the Gomboc Gallery, a large private gallery in Western Australia. Works are retained in collections around the world, by the Art Gallery of Western Australia, and within the Berndt Collection.[2]

He designed the statue "Wirin" in Yagan Square.

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Ngiyan waarnk - References[edit]

  1. "Tjyllyungoo, Lance Chadd". artists-worldwide.net. February 2007. "The landscape paintings represent the artist’s personal claim of spiritual unity with the land, rather than a political claim of restitution of Aboriginal land ownership. It is this very genuine and individual emotional involvement that lends to Tjyllyungoo's paintings their special appeal and poignancy, and which renders them highly accessible to any responsive audience." Retrieved 22 April 2019
  2. Lance Chadd. Nomad Two Worlds. Retrieved 22 April 2019