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Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, 2009 by Guy Maestri
Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, 2009 by Guy Maestri
Matilda House presides at the first Welcome to Country, 2008 (printed 2009) by Juno Gemes
Matilda House presides at the first Welcome to Country, 2008 (printed 2009) by Juno Gemes
Don Whap, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Don Whap, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Roxy Musk, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Roxy Musk, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Shelley Reys, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Shelley Reys, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Stephen Ridgeway and Stephen Russell, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Stephen Ridgeway and Stephen Russell, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Katrina Power, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Katrina Power, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Kathryn Hay, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Kathryn Hay, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Gabriel Maralngurra and Isaiah Nagurrgurrba, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Gabriel Maralngurra and Isaiah Nagurrgurrba, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Boniface and Clinton, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Boniface and Clinton, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Tony Ghee, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Tony Ghee, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Todd Condie, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Todd Condie, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Jamie Wright, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Jamie Wright, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Joanne Selfe, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Joanne Selfe, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Triscilla Holborow, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Triscilla Holborow, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Jim Lui, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Jim Lui, c. 2000 by Penny Tweedie
Charles and Adam, from the portfolio "Michael Riley Portraits 1984-1990", 1990 (printed 2013) by Michael Riley
Charles and Adam, from the portfolio "Michael Riley Portraits 1984-1990", 1990 (printed 2013) by Michael Riley
Discussion between Bob Hawke and Galarrwuy Yunupingu, Burunga Festival, Northern Territory, 1988 (printed 2015) by Sue Ford
Discussion between Bob Hawke and Galarrwuy Yunupingu, Burunga Festival, Northern Territory, 1988 (printed 2015) by Sue Ford
Burnum Burnum and Guboo Ted Thomas, 1984 by Juno Gemes
Burnum Burnum and Guboo Ted Thomas, 1984 by Juno Gemes
Bill Reid, 1979 by Juno Gemes
Bill Reid, 1979 by Juno Gemes
Carlotta, Kings Cross (Les Girls), 1970-71 by Rennie Ellis
Carlotta, Kings Cross (Les Girls), 1970-71 by Rennie Ellis
Tim Riley, Santa Teresa Mission, near Alice Springs, 1965 (printed 2000) by David Moore
Tim Riley, Santa Teresa Mission, near Alice Springs, 1965 (printed 2000) by David Moore
Albert and his wife Rubina, Macdonnell Ranges, 1946 by Axel Poignant
Albert and his wife Rubina, Macdonnell Ranges, 1946 by Axel Poignant
Mickey Johnson, c. 1896 by an unknown artist
Mickey Johnson, c. 1896 by an unknown artist
Australian Aborigines in R.A. Cunningham's touring company, Dusseldorf, Germany, c. 1885 by Julius Schaar
Australian Aborigines in R.A. Cunningham's touring company, Dusseldorf, Germany, c. 1885 by Julius Schaar
Queen Susan, c. 1868 by Thomas J. Washbourne
Queen Susan, c. 1868 by Thomas J. Washbourne
Australian Aboriginal Cricketers, 1867 by Patrick Dawson
Australian Aboriginal Cricketers, 1867 by Patrick Dawson
Trukanini, 1866 (printed 1890s) by Charles Woolley
Trukanini, 1866 (printed 1890s) by Charles Woolley
Aborigines, the last of the race, Tasmania, c. 1866 by Henry Frith
Aborigines, the last of the race, Tasmania, c. 1866 by Henry Frith
William Lanne, c. 1866 by Charles Woolley, J.W. Beattie
William Lanne, c. 1866 by Charles Woolley, J.W. Beattie
William Lanne, 1866 (printed 1890s) by Charles Woolley
William Lanne, 1866 (printed 1890s) by Charles Woolley
Cooneana (Patty), 1866  (printed c. 1891) by Charles Woolley, J.W. Beattie
Cooneana (Patty), 1866 (printed c. 1891) by Charles Woolley, J.W. Beattie
Aborigines at Oyster Cove, Tasmania, 1858 (printed 1890s) by Francis Nixon
Aborigines at Oyster Cove, Tasmania, 1858 (printed 1890s) by Francis Nixon
Piper, the native who accompanied Major Mitchell in his expedition to the interior of N.S.W., 1836 by William Fernyhough
Piper, the native who accompanied Major Mitchell in his expedition to the interior of N.S.W., 1836 by William Fernyhough
Piper, the native who accompanied Major Mitchell in his expedition to the interior, c.1836 by William Fernyhough
Piper, the native who accompanied Major Mitchell in his expedition to the interior, c.1836 by William Fernyhough
Boardman, Lake Macquarie tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Boardman, Lake Macquarie tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Gooseberry, widow of King Bungaree, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Gooseberry, widow of King Bungaree, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Punch, wife of Cullabaa, Broken Bay tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Punch, wife of Cullabaa, Broken Bay tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Cullabaa, native of Lake George, Five Islands tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Cullabaa, native of Lake George, Five Islands tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Tommy, Broken Bay tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Tommy, Broken Bay tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Toby, Broken Bay tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Toby, Broken Bay tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Mickie, Lake Macquarie, Newcastle tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Mickie, Lake Macquarie, Newcastle tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Jemmy, Newcastle tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Jemmy, Newcastle tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Bill Worrall, Five Islands tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Bill Worrall, Five Islands tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Trucaninny, wife of Woureddy, 1836 by Benjamin Law
Trucaninny, wife of Woureddy, 1836 by Benjamin Law
Mary, Botany Bay tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Mary, Botany Bay tribe, 1836 by William Fernyhough
Truggernana, a native of southern part of V.D. Land, 1835 by Benjamin Duterrau
Truggernana, a native of southern part of V.D. Land, 1835 by Benjamin Duterrau
Woureddy, a wild native of Brune Island, 1835 by Benjamin Duterrau
Woureddy, a wild native of Brune Island, 1835 by Benjamin Duterrau
Woureddy, an Aboriginal Chief of Van Diemen's Land, 1835 by Benjamin Law
Woureddy, an Aboriginal Chief of Van Diemen's Land, 1835 by Benjamin Law
Nlle. Holland Port Jackson: Sauvages des environs de Sydney: Nani, Taran, Abinghou, Broten, Timbere, 1825 by Jean Coutant after Jacques Etienne Victor Arago
Nlle. Holland Port Jackson: Sauvages des environs de Sydney: Nani, Taran, Abinghou, Broten, Timbere, 1825 by Jean Coutant after Jacques Etienne Victor Arago
Nlle. Hollande- Port Jackson - Sauvages des Montagens Bleues: Karadra and Hara-o, 1825 by Alphonse Pellion
Nlle. Hollande- Port Jackson - Sauvages des Montagens Bleues: Karadra and Hara-o, 1825 by Alphonse Pellion
Yango Mungo ye Yango of Bathurst's Plains, 1824 by John Lewin, Moses Griffith
Yango Mungo ye Yango of Bathurst's Plains, 1824 by John Lewin, Moses Griffith
'Timbere sauvage de la nouvelle galles du sud en grand costume (Relache au Port Jackson)', 1822 by Jacques Etienne Victor Arago, Pierre Langlume
'Timbere sauvage de la nouvelle galles du sud en grand costume (Relache au Port Jackson)', 1822 by Jacques Etienne Victor Arago, Pierre Langlume
Corroboree, or Dance of the Natives of New South Wales, 1820 by Walter Preston
Corroboree, or Dance of the Natives of New South Wales, 1820 by Walter Preston
Portrait of Bennilong, a Native of New Holland, c.1810 by an unknown artist
Portrait of Bennilong, a Native of New Holland, c.1810 by an unknown artist
Oui-re-kine, (1807-17) by Nicolas-Martin Petit
Oui-re-kine, (1807-17) by Nicolas-Martin Petit
Ourou-Maré, dit Bull-Dog par les Anglais, Jeune Guerrier de la Tribu des Gwé-Gal, (1807-17) by Nicolas-Martin Petit
Ourou-Maré, dit Bull-Dog par les Anglais, Jeune Guerrier de la Tribu des Gwé-Gal, (1807-17) by Nicolas-Martin Petit
Gnoung-a-gnoung-a Mour-re-mour-ga (dit Collins), (1807-17) by Nicolas-Martin Petit after Barthélemy Roger
Gnoung-a-gnoung-a Mour-re-mour-ga (dit Collins), (1807-17) by Nicolas-Martin Petit after Barthélemy Roger
Nourou-gal-derri, (1807-17) by Nicolas-Martin Petit
Nourou-gal-derri, (1807-17) by Nicolas-Martin Petit
Paraberi, c. 1807 by Nicolas-Martin Petit
Paraberi, c. 1807 by Nicolas-Martin Petit
Nouvelle-Hollane: N.lle Galles de Sud. Ourou-Maraé, dit bull-dog par leas Anglais, Jeune guerrier de la Tribu des Gwea-Gal. (New Holland: New South Wales. Ouron Marae, called Bull Dog by the English. a young Warrior of the Gwea Gal tribe) [From 'Voyage de decouvertes aux terres australies' by Captain Nicolas Baudin, 1800-04], c.1800 by Nicolas-Martin Petit, B Roger
Nouvelle-Hollane: N.lle Galles de Sud. Ourou-Maraé, dit bull-dog par leas Anglais, Jeune guerrier de la Tribu des Gwea-Gal. (New Holland: New South Wales. Ouron Marae, called Bull Dog by the English. a young Warrior of the Gwea Gal tribe) [From 'Voyage de decouvertes aux terres australies' by Captain Nicolas Baudin, 1800-04], c.1800 by Nicolas-Martin Petit, B Roger
Portrait of Bennilong, Native of New Holland, c. 1798 by an unknown artist
Portrait of Bennilong, Native of New Holland, c. 1798 by an unknown artist
Omai, 1777 by William Hodges, James Caldwall
Omai, 1777 by William Hodges, James Caldwall
Omai, A Native of Ulaietea, 1774 by Nathaniel Dance, Francesco Bartolozzi
Omai, A Native of Ulaietea, 1774 by Nathaniel Dance, Francesco Bartolozzi
Trukanini, Undated by Charles Woolley, J.W. Beattie
Trukanini, Undated by Charles Woolley, J.W. Beattie