Mutawintji National Park aboriginal custodian Gerald Quayle tells us of the importance of Mutawintji as a meeting place and as an art site. He explains how the “hand” paintings on the rock walls were made.
In 1861 Ludwig Becker, the Burke and Wills Expedition artist, painted artworks he observed in caves as the supply party passed through Mutawintji. See his watercolour entitled: Small cavity in Mutwanji Gorge with native drawings and impression
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