Robert Campbell, Junior (1944-93) Australia (Aboriginal)

Biographical Information

Born in New South Wales in 1944, Robert Campbell is a self-taught Aboriginal painter and printmaker from the Ngaku tribe. He has exhibited widely since 1987. His work is represented in the Australian National Gallery and the Art Gallery of Western Australia. He died in 1993. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Killed in the Line of Duties Led to Gundy's Innocent Killing (Who Me, Why Me?), 1990
Highest Price:
Killed in the Line of Duties Led to Gundy's Innocent Killing (Who Me, Why Me?), 1990
Synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 93 x 120 cm
Important Aboriginal + Oceanic Art Auction, Deutscher and Hackett, Melbourne.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings1815A$48,800 A$23,038
Prints & Graphics44A$3,525 N/A

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