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The Representation of the Struggle for Rights in Contemporary Aboriginal Painting

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  1. Introduction
  2. The theme of 'Deaths in Custody'
    1. The problem with too many deaths
  3. The painter Trevor Nickoll's
  4. Conclusion
  5. Appendices
  6. Bibliography

Art is vital for history, as monuments, sculptures, paintings and literary works of art are often the only remaining testimony about ancient times. When dealing with modern or contemporary events, a greater amount of non-artistic material is available; yet art is still important as it can reflect the very personal view of an individual upon a particular aspect or event of his time or of the past. In the last thirty years of the twentieth century, many Aboriginal artists worked on the past of their people, and in particular on the oppression they underwent from European settlers for more than two centuries, with some recurrent themes.

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