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Greg Weight

Portraits

Daily from Friday 24 March 2006 until Sunday 9 July 2006
Margaret Olley, 1991 Greg Weight
Margaret Olley, 1991 Greg Weight

Display of 36 Greg Weight photographs in Senate Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Old Parliament House.

35 portraits

1Wenten Rubuntja, 1998. 2William Robinson, 1994. 3Tom Bass, 1996. 4Dinny Nolan Tjamitjinpa and Paddy Carrol Tjungarrayi - Papunya, 1994. 5Cressida Campbell, 1990. 6Imants Tillers, 1992. 7Arthur Boyd, 1993. 8Robert Klippel, 1993. 9Justin O'Brien, 1993. 10Tim Johnson, 1991. 11Carol Ruff, 1998. 12Nora Heysen, 1995. 13Guy Warren, 1991. 14Jenny Sages, 1995. 15Mike Parr, 1995. 16Emily, 1994. 17Salvatore Zofrea, 1993. 18Lloyd Rees - silhouette, 1983. 19Jeffrey Smart, 1992. 20Shona Wilson, 1998. 21James Gleeson, 1995. 22Suzy Petyarre, 1994. 23Wendy Sharpe, 2000. 24Lucy Culliton, 2003. 25Brett Whiteley at Lavender Bay, 1976. 26John Olsen, 1996. 27Tracey Moffatt, 1995. 28John Beard, 2003. 29Martin Sharp, 1971. 30My Le Thi, 2000. 31Rosalie Gascoigne, 1993. 32Bruce Armstrong, 2001. 33Fiona Hall, 1995. 34Theresa Byrnes, 1999. All Greg Weight.

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The National Portrait Gallery acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and to Elders both past and present.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that this website contains images of deceased persons.