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Archibald Prize 1937

by Baker, Normand Henry, Hawkins, Sylvia Wilkins, Lazarus, Valerie.

Then known as the National Art Gallery of New South Wales

Archibald Prize, Finalist

The Archibald Prize is awarded annually to the best portrait, 'preferentially of some man or woman distinguished in art, letters, science or politics, painted by ...

Channelling WC Piguenit, startled by a spectacular sunset viewed through a canopy

by Ford, Juan.

51 x 41 cm. Displayed as a finalist Entry at the Archibald Prize, 2014, Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Oil on linen

In mob we trust (Richard Bell)

by Roberts, Luke.

118cm diameter tondo portrait. Finalist in the 2012 Archibald Prize.

acrylic on canvas

The Member, Dr Sir Leslie Colin Patterson KCB AO

by Storrier, Tim.

183 x 91.5 cm. Winner: Packing Room Prize, Archibald Prize 2014, Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Acrylic on canvas

Abbott Roberts, Mary Margaret, b. 1916
Mary Abbott Roberts, who also exhibited under her maiden name of Mary Abbott, was born in Quirindi in rural New South Wales and studied in ...
Baker, Normand Henry, b. 1908
Mid 20th century Sydney painter and sketcher. Baker exhibited in the 1937 Archibald Prize at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Barton, Del Kathryn, b. 1972
Winner of the 2008 Archibald Prize, Del Kathryn Barton has been exhibiting regularly since 1995. Her practice, which includes painting, sculpture, drawing and mixed media ...
Beard, John, b. 1943
John Beard (b. 1943, Aberdare, Wales) studied at the University of London (1965-6 and 1973-6) and the Royal College of Art (1979-81).
Carington Smith, Jack, b. 1908
Prolific mid 20th century painter based in Hobart and Sydney. Jack Carington Smith won numerous awards and prizes including the 1949 Sir John Sulman Prize ...
Cassab, Judy, b. 1920
Painter born in Austria. Resident of Sydney she is a prolific and accomplished artist, able to paint portraits in a single sitting if necessary. Cassab ...
Connor, Kevin, b. 1932
Kevin Connor (b. 1932, Sydney) has lived and worked in Sydney for most his life, apart from periods of painting and study in London, Paris, ...
Cress, Frederick, b. 1938
1988 Archibald Prize winning painter
Crooke, Ray, b. 1922
Crooke began his career as an artist at a Melbourne advertising agency while taking courses as Swinburne Technical College. After 1939-45 war service, he taught, ...
Cullen, Adam, b. 1965
Adam Cullen, painter and Archibald Prize winner, created works that explore crime, masculinity and cowboy culture through a lens of humour – always challenging authority.