THE little-known artist Richard W. Linford is rather pale, prices his works with the brush of optimism and appears to have spent his entire life in Utah.
Therefore, he qualifies as an Aborigine, even if does not as yet understand that fact.
Here’s the proof:
That sensitive representation of Indigenous femininity is part of Linford’s “Woggabaliri” collection.
Andrew Bolt should consider himself lucky the heirs of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young did not join the case before Judge Mordy.