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Marcia Langton
1982

Juno Gemes

On display: Gallery Six

Marcia Langton
2013

Juno Gemes

Ali Cobby Eckermann and Lionel Fogarty at the Hawkesbury River
2014

Juno Gemes

Kevin Gilbert and Joe in discussion outside Anti-Bicentennial and Treaty…

Juno Gemes

Jeffrey Samuels, Boomalli workshop
2003

Juno Gemes

Marcia Langton
2009

Brook Andrew, Trent Walter

Oodgeroo Noonuccal at Moongalba Stradbroke Island (her sitting down place)1982…

Juno Gemes

Matilda House presides at the first Welcome to Country
2008 (printed 2009)

Juno Gemes

After Ophelia: Fiona Foley at Lake Mackenzie, Fraser Island (Referencing…

Juno Gemes

On display: Gallery Four

Poet Robert Adamson at Parsely Bay
2008

Juno Gemes

Fiona Foley in her studio at Hervey Bay
1994

Juno Gemes

Linda Burney MLA Canturbury and Rick Farley at home, Marrickville
2003

Juno Gemes

Senator Aden Ridgeway
2003

Juno Gemes

David Gulpilil
1978

Juno Gemes

The Hon Gough Whitlam, Ossie Cruse and Michael Anderson
1981 (printed 2003)

Juno Gemes

On display: Gallery Four

Jimmy Little
2003

Juno Gemes

Justine Saunders
1994 (printed 2003)

Juno Gemes

Bob Maza
1994 (printed 2003)

Juno Gemes

Yami Lester speaks at Uluru Handback Ceremony
1985 (printed 2003)

Juno Gemes

On display: Gallery Four

Essie Coffey (Bush Queen) and Orlando Gemes
1978 (printed 2003)

Juno Gemes

On display: Gallery Four

Gary Foley, Invasion Day - We Have Survived
1988

Juno Gemes

Bill Reid
1979

Juno Gemes

Chicka Dixon
1980

Juno Gemes

Mum Shirl (Mrs Shirley Smith)
1988

Juno Gemes

Kumantjayi Perkins at the Roma Forum, Brisbane
1982

Juno Gemes

Dr Roberta Sykes and Naomi
1994

Juno Gemes

Cate Blanchett and Ernie Dingo
1994

Juno Gemes

Thanacoupie
1981

Juno Gemes

Wandjuk Marika
1979

Juno Gemes

On display: Gallery Four

Oodgeroo Noonuccal at Moongalba
1982

Juno Gemes

Burnum Burnum and Guboo Ted Thomas
1984

Juno Gemes

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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.

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