Australian portraits

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Clifton Pugh ~ The Muse and Ourselves ( 1956)

Clifton Pugh: Australians

This exhibition offers a comprehensive display of Clifton Pugh's portraits revealing his development and growth from tonal paintings to a unique style that was in demand from politicians, artists, academics and Australian personalities.

George LAMBERT | A sergeant of the Light Horse.  (Lambert was a WW1 Australian war artist)

George.W.Lambert Retrospective:heroes and icons | George LAMBERT | A sergeant of the Light Horse

“The Parisienne” (1924) portrait by Agnes Noyes Goodsir an Australian painter who moved within lesbian circles in Paris in the 1920s and 1930s.

between the desire and the spasm

“ Agnes Noyes Goodsir, “The Parisienne” (1924) ”

Kathleen Vafiadis: Julia :: Archibald Prize 2006 :: Art Gallery NSW

Archibald Prize Archibald 2006 finalist: Julia by Kathleen Vafiadis

Julia Gillard has been member for Lalor in Melbourne since 1998. She is the Labor Party’s shadow minister for health as well as manager of Opposition Business.

Archibald Prize Archibald 2007 finalist: Words and music – portrait of Paul Kelly by Peter Hudson

Archibald Prize Archibald 2007 finalist: Words and music – portrait of Paul Kelly by Peter Hudson

In 1966 Gurindji people working as stockmen and domestics at Wave Hill station in the Northern Territory walked off the job to protest against poor working conditions and demand recognition of traditional land rights. Their campaign took nine years but ownership of the land was finally returned to them.

Clifton Pugh ~ Self-Portrait, 1954

Clifton Pugh: Australians

This exhibition offers a comprehensive display of Clifton Pugh's portraits revealing his development and growth from tonal paintings to a unique style that was in demand from politicians, artists, academics and Australian personalities.

Troy Quinliven's "Thinking of the next move"

2014 Archibald Prize finalists

The 54 finalists for the $75,000 2014 Archibald Prize have been announced as the packers this year declared Tim Storrier's portrait of Sir Les Patterson as their favourite entry for the 2014. Storrier won the Archibald in 2012 for a faceless self-portrait as this morning's announcement of the Packing Room Prize officially kicks off the city's annual Archies frenzy.

Harald Vike - 1944

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Self Portrait as ''  the Reluctant Feminist ''  V.R. Morrison , Born in 1976,Sydney Australia of Scottish, Samoan and Chinese heritage. V.R Morrison’s highly realistic and lavish paintings draw inspiration from classical painting traditions

Auction Results:Fine Art Auction, Leonard Joel, Melbourne | MutualArt

View auction results for Fine Art Auction, Leonard Joel, Melbourne, 06/2014. Filter for featured artists, price, media and more.

Archibald Prize Archibald 2006 finalist: Jim  Conway, a blues harmonica player, by Greg Warburton

Archibald Prize Archibald 2006 finalist: Jim Conway by Greg Warburton

Jim Conway is an accomplished harmonica player whose distinctive style is known to blues, jazz and country music enthusiasts. He was the subject of Greg Weight’s winning portrait at the inaugural Photographic Portrait Prize in 2003.

Archibald Prize Archibald 2008 finalist: Dr Joseph Brown by Hong Fu

Archibald Prize Archibald 2008 finalist: Dr Joseph Brown by Hong Fu

In 2004, in an extraordinary act of benefaction, Dr Joseph Brown AO OBE donated over 150 works from his magnificent collection of Australian art to the National Gallery of Victoria. The Joseph Brown Collection is on permanent display at the Ian Potter Centre, NGV at Federation Square.

Archibald Prize Archibald 2006 finalist: Back to front - Kevin Connor by Danelle Bergstrom

Archibald Prize Archibald 2006 finalist: Back to front - Kevin Connor by Danelle Bergstrom

Kevin Connor is a major Australian artist who has been exhibiting since 1952. He has won the Archibald Prize twice with portraits of Sir Frank Kitto in 1975 and sculptor Robert Klippel in 1977.