Call us on 0481 315 101 or email us at

Albert Namatjira – DVD


In stock

The heart of the Australian desert embodies two opposing realities – breath-taking beauty and devastating brutality. In the late 1920s the Aboriginal inhabitants of the MacDonnell Ranges were enduring the worst drought in living memory, at around the time Albert Namatjira’s striking landscapes first drew the attention of art critics. As a pioneer of indigenous art, Namatjira rose to become the most famous Indigenous Australian of his era.

Join us, as we take a look at the country, life and times of this remarkable man whose story still carries a special message for us today!
Running Time: 28:30 minutes |
Publisher: The Incredible Journey

Share this product:

Need some help?

Call us on
0481 315 101

Monday – Thursday:
8.30am – 5.00pm

8.30am – 12pm

(Sydney Time)

Related Products

International Shipping

*Some exclusions apply

Speak with a live agent

Mon-Thu, 8.30am-5.00pm Sydney Time