|Albert Namatjira was honored with a stamp forty-four years after his death.|
|The Hermannsburg Mission, 1936-37, Albert Namatjira|
--his first painting and the place of his birth.
|Albert Namatjira, 1956, William Dargie|
|Albert Namatjira, Max Battarbee, ca. 1947|
|Namatjira meets Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip, 1954.|
|Success meant a truck with his name on it.|
|In 2013, almost sixty years after Namatjira met the Queen, his grandchildren |
journeyed to Buckingham Palace to present another Namatjira painting to Her Majesty.
|West MacDonell Ranges, Albert Namatjira Jr. The son also paints.|
|Albert Namatjira's gravestone|
displays one of his paintings
preserved on ceramic tiles.
| Just recently, Namatjira's famous white gum trees (top), featured in so |
many of his paintings, were burned by vandals shortly before they were
to be registered and protected as part of Australia's national heritage.