The Kimberley holds some of the oldest and arguably most advanced and technologically sophisticated rock art images in the world.
Bradshaw Rock Art, named after pioneer Joseph Bradshaw is found only in the Kimberley, Western Australia, and is one of the few ancient art styles in the world that appeared suddenly in an advanced stage of development and slowly declined in technique and style over time.
The photographic images in this book visually describe the various stylistic changes that this unique and iconic body of rock art experienced over many thousands of years. It is a provocative insight into a body of art that has become a minefield of political research correctness.
This book is a tribute to those ancient indigenous artists who have left behind a remarkable legacy that provides a glimpse into an ancient Ice-age culture.