Kirsty Simpson from the Sydney Morning Herald looks at the recent increase in value of Aboriginal Art and whether it makes a good investment for a superannuation fund.

Simpson uses Rover Thomas’s premonition of Cyclone Tracy, Bugaltji – Lissadell Country, sold for less than $1500 originally, then for $30,000 in 1997 and recently for $660,000.

Url: http://www.smh.com.au/news/business/pitfalls-await-prospectors-seeking-art-of-gold/2006/08/25/1156012739801.html?page=fullpage#contentSwap1

Artist: emily kngwarreye, rover thomas

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