Sisters and the snake – Marjorie Witjwarra Taylor

acrylic on canvas 65x80 cm Ernabella, South Australia $275 - unstretched This painting expresses the story of 2 sisters who married two brothers but found them unworthy and as a result they flee. The men change into 2 snakes and commence the search. The sisters are found and are killed by the snake. Clearly  leaving a relationship is discouraged and can have consequence.  

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