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Portrait 63

Winter 2019

In this issue:

  • Observation point with David Rosetzky
  • Aimee Board reveals method, motivation and mortality in the portraiture of Rod McNicol.
  • Meredith Hughes explores a key Portrait Gallery work, emerging into the infinite iterations of identity.
  • Sarah Engledow casts a judicious eye over portraits in the Victorian Bar’s Peter O’Callaghan QC Portrait Gallery.
  • Anne Sanders imbibes Tony Bilson’s gastronomic revolution.
  • Joanna Gilmour revels in accidental artist Charles Rodius’ nineteenth century renderings of Indigenous peoples.
  • Joanna Gilmour looks beyond the ivory face of select portrait miniatures to reveal their sitters’ true grit.
  • Barrie Cassidy pays textured tribute to the inimitable Bob Hawke.
  • Kwon Hyeeun introduces Korean portraits of Kang Sehwang, and five generations of the Kang family.

and much more!

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