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Archibald 2018 Winner - Melbourne Artist - Louise Hearman - subject Barry Humphries

Archibald 2018 Winner - Melbourne Artist - Louise Hearman - subject Barry Humphries

Opium Dreamer - Catherine Abel - AU

Opium Dreamer - Catherine Abel - AU

Pearl of the Overflow - Joshua Yeldam - AU

Pearl of the Overflow - Joshua Yeldam - AU

Pullman Sea Temple Resort artwork Port Douglas Great Barrier Reef Australia

Pullman Sea Temple Resort artwork Port Douglas Great Barrier Reef Australia

Jeffrey Smart "Surfer's Bondi 1963

Jeffrey Smart "Surfer's Bondi 1963" from Etching House

Jeffrey Smart "Surfer's Bondi 1963" Paper 63.9x52cm - Etching House specialise in art by Garry Shead, Norman Lindsay, Jason Benjamin, Michael Leunig, also David Boyd, Charles Blackman, Brett Whiteley along with a variety of other Australian artists.

'Start the Riot' Kim Leutwyler’s subject, Ollie Henderson, is an activist, designer and one of Australia’s top models. Aged just 26, she has received global recognition for founding the fashion label and youth empowerment project House of Riot, which uses fashion as a vehicle for encouraging young people to start productive conversations about social change in Australia.

Archibald Prize Archibald 2015 finalist: Start the riot by Kim Leutwyler

Kim Leutwyler’s subject, Ollie Henderson, is an activist, designer and one of Australia’s top models. Aged just 26, she has received global recognition for founding the fashion label and youth empowerment project House of Riot, which uses fashion as a vehicle for encouraging young people to start productive conversations about social change in Australia.

Archibald prize finalists 2015: from popstars to politicians – in pictures

Archibald prize finalists 2015: from popstars to politicians – in pictures

Australian’s highest-profile portrait prize announced its 47 finalists. From Daniel Johns to Cory Bernadi, here are some of the most intriguing subjects

Anh Do - The Happiest Refugee

Why comedian Anh Do turned his hand to painting for the Archibald Prize

He found fame as a TV star, author and a stand-up comic, but the writer of The Happiest Refugee has finally found his true calling. By Andrew Taylor.

Ben Quilty: Self-portrait after Madrid :: Archibald Prize 2008 :: Art Gallery NSW

Archibald Prize Archibald 2008 finalist: Self-portrait after Madrid by Ben Quilty

Ben Quilty’s Self Portrait After Madrid was made after spending four months in Spain during the second half of 2007. Quilty was awarded a residency in the Barcelona studio by The Australia Council for the Arts.

Archibald Prize Winner Evert Ploeg painted this portrait of Deborah Mailman. It captures her beautifully

Portrait magazine, National Portrait Gallery

Portrait is the preeminent journal of Australian and international portraiture.

Del Kathryn Barton, Archibald Prize Winner 2013 | Featured on sharedesign.com.

Del Kathryn Barton, Archibald Prize Winner 2013 | Share Design

Each year the Archibald Prize attracts some of Australia’s most talented painters, with many artists entering portraits year after year. For Del Kathryn Barton this was her fourth year entering the prestigious competition and the second time one of her portraits has been awarded the Archibald Prize. Barton’s winning portrait, hugo of Australian actor, Hugo Weaving …