An exhibition of Indigenous art from the Papunya region in central Australia will go on show in China later this year.
The works from the National Museum of Australia showcase the movement that kick-started the commercialisation of Indigenous art in the 1970s.
The Papunya movement is known for its signature-style dot paintings on large canvases in palettes of red, yellow, black and white.
The artists transformed their Dreamtime stories onto the vast canvases and boards that were provided to them through a government arts program.
By the late 1970s they had established the Papunya Tula Artists Company and the style they have now become renowned for.
Papunya Painting: Out Of The Australian Desert will be on show at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing from June until August.