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Robyn Archer and Gough Whitlam
1986 (printed 2019)

Neil Duncan

On display: Gallery One
Portrait of Susan Crennan, 2017 Lewis Miller

Portrait of Susan Crennan
2017

Lewis Miller

On display: Gallery Six
William Robertson junior, c.1857 Conway Hart

William Robertson junior
c.1857

Conway Hart

On display: Gallery Four
Gough Whitlam Louis Kahan

Gough Whitlam

Louis Kahan

On display: Gallery One
Gough Whitlam and Bob Hawke, c.1976  (printed 2017) Robert McFarlane

Gough Whitlam and Bob Hawke
c.1976 (printed 2017)

Robert McFarlane

On display: Gallery One
Sir Hartley Williams, c. 1871 Johnstone O'Shannessy & Co

Sir Hartley Williams
c. 1871

Johnstone O'Shannessy & Co

On display: Gallery Four
Sir George Reid, c.1895 Nelson Illingworth

Sir George Reid
c.1895

Nelson Illingworth

On display: Gallery One
John Mitchel with John Martin and Father John Kenyon [the three Johns], 1866 Edouard Gatel

John Mitchel with John Martin and Father John Kenyon [the three Johns]
1866

Edouard Gatel

On display: Gallery Four
Barton and Watson, 1902 G. H. Dancey

Barton and Watson
1902

G. H. Dancey

On display: Gallery One
The Federal Leader Edmund Barton, c.1900 Nelson Illingworth

The Federal Leader Edmund Barton
c.1900

Nelson Illingworth

On display: Gallery One
First High Court of Australia, c. 1903 an unknown artist

First High Court of Australia
c. 1903

an unknown artist

On display: Gallery Four
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Sir Zelman Cowen
1982

Andrew Sibley

On display: Gallery Six
Gough Whitlam, 1975 (printed 2010) Bill McAuley

Gough Whitlam
1975 (printed 2010)

Bill McAuley

On display: Gallery One
Mick Dodson, 2010 Ricky Maynard

Mick Dodson
2010

Ricky Maynard

On display: Gallery Two
The first ministry under responsible government in New South Wales ( Thomas Holt, Treasurer; Sir William Manning, Attorney General; Sir Stuart Donaldson, First Premier of New South Wales; Sir John Darvall, Solicitor General; and George Nichols, Auditor General)., 1856 Freeman Brothers

The first ministry under responsible government in New South Wales ( T…

Freeman Brothers

On display: Gallery Four
Sir William Charles Windeyer, 1892 Tom Roberts

Sir William Charles Windeyer
1892

Tom Roberts

On display: Gallery Four
William Charles Wentworth, 1854 Thomas Woolner

William Charles Wentworth
1854

Thomas Woolner

On display: Gallery Three
George Reid paperweight an unknown artist

George Reid paperweight

an unknown artist

On display: Gallery One
Sketch portrait of Sir Alex Onslow, 1896 Tom Roberts

Sketch portrait of Sir Alex Onslow
1896

Tom Roberts

On display: Gallery Four
Gough and John, 1981 Peter van der Veer

Gough and John
1981

Peter van der Veer

On display: Gallery One
Ming Vase (Sir Robert Menzies), c. 1970 Les Tanner, Gus McLaren

Ming Vase (Sir Robert Menzies)
c. 1970

Les Tanner, Gus McLaren

On display: Gallery One
Hon Tom Hughes QC, 2001 Jiawei Shen

Hon Tom Hughes QC
2001

Jiawei Shen

On display: Gallery Two
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Gough... maintain the rage!
1976

Frank Hinder

On display: Gallery One
Robert Menzies, Lancaster House, London, 1956 (printed 2000) David Moore

Robert Menzies, Lancaster House, London
1956 (printed 2000)

David Moore

On display: Gallery One
Prime Minister Gough Whitlam pours soil into the hand of traditional land owner Vincent Lingiari, 1975 Mervyn Bishop

Prime Minister Gough Whitlam pours soil into the hand of traditional l…

Mervyn Bishop

On display: Gallery One
Rt Hon. Sir Robert Menzies, c. 1962 Victor Greenhalgh

Rt Hon. Sir Robert Menzies
c. 1962

Victor Greenhalgh

On display: Gallery One
Sketch for Prime Minister Robert Menzies, 1960 William Dobell

Sketch for Prime Minister Robert Menzies
1960

William Dobell

On display: Gallery One
HV (Doc) Evatt, 1935 Arnold Shore

HV (Doc) Evatt
1935

Arnold Shore

On display: Gallery Five
Ned Kelly death mask, date unknown an unknown artist after Maximilian Kreitmayer

Ned Kelly death mask
date unknown

an unknown artist after Maximilian Kreitmayer

On display: Gallery Four
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