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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.

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Mr Albert Frederick Calvert (Image plate from Vanity Fair)

Mr Albert Frederick Calvert (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
1895

Sir Leslie Ward

"Ducker" Douglas Hamilton McLean (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
1897

Sir Leslie Ward

"Fairie" A W Cox (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
1910

Sir Leslie Ward

"Western Australia" Sir Frederick Bedford (Image plate from Vanity Fair)…

Sir Leslie Ward

"Chelsea Hospital" Sir Henry Wylie Norman (Image plate from Vanity Fair)…

Sir Leslie Ward

"Fresh from the Channel Fleet" Sir Harry Holdsworth Rawson (Image plate…

Sir Leslie Ward

"Saide, R.Y.S." Charles Gibson Millar (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
1894

Sir Leslie Ward

"A Traveller" 2nd Baron Lamington (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
1892

Sir Leslie Ward

"The Cape of Good Hope" Sir Henry Barkly (Image plate from Vanity Fair)…

Sir Leslie Ward

"Candidate for Chelsea" 9th Earl of Kintore (Image plate from Vanity Fair)…

Sir Leslie Ward

"The Demon Bowler" Frederick Robert Spofforth (image plate from Vanity…

Sir Leslie Ward

'A Postmaster General'  (Sir James Fergusson) (Image plate from Vanity Fair)

'A Postmaster General' (Sir James Fergusson) (Image plate from Vanity…

Sir Leslie Ward

H Searle Professional Champion Sculler of the World (Henry Searle) (Image plate from Vanity Fair)

H Searle Professional Champion Sculler of the World (Henry Searle) (Image…

Sir Leslie Ward

"Aldershot Cavalry" Major General Reginald Talbot (Image plate from Vanity…

Sir Leslie Ward

"New South Wales" (Earl Beauchamp) (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
1899

Sir Leslie Ward

"Peace and War" (A.A Greenwood Hales) (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
1908

Sir Leslie Ward

"Frank Wootton" (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
c. 1908

Sir Leslie Ward

"Australia" (Alfred Deakin) (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
1908

Sir Leslie Ward

"The Australian Commonwealth" (Henry Stafford Northcote) (Image plate from…

Sir Leslie Ward

"Dan" (Sir Daniel Cooper) (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
1890s

Sir Leslie Ward

"The Cape High Commissioner" (Sir Henry Brougham Loch) (Image plate from…

Sir Leslie Ward

"The Lord Chamberlain" Earl of Hopetoun John Adrian Louis Hope (Image…

Sir Leslie Ward

"Phil" Phil May (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
1895

Sir Leslie Ward

"New South Wales" Earl of Jersey Victor Albert George Child-Villiers (Image…

Sir Leslie Ward

"A Squatter" Sir Samuel Wilson (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
1885

Sir Leslie Ward

"Sydney" Sir Daniel Cooper (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
1882

Sir Leslie Ward

"Australia" Sir Edmund Barton (Image plate from Vanity Fair)
1902

Sir Leslie Ward

"International Penny Postage" Mr John Henniker Heaton MP (Image plate…

Sir Leslie Ward

"First Conservative Whip" Sir Alexander Fuller-Acland-Hood Bart MP (Image…

Sir Leslie Ward

"Small Holdings" The Earl Carrington Baron Charles Robert Carrington (Image…

Sir Leslie Ward

The Demon Bowler

The Demon Bowler" Frederick Robert Spofforth (image plate from Vanity…

Sir Leslie Ward

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