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Terry Snow and China, 2017

Jude Rae

oil on canvas (frame: 106.6 cm x 126.5 cm, support: 103.0 cm x 117.0 cm)

Terry Snow AM (b. 1943) has been executive chairman of Canberra Airport and the Capital Airport Group since the airport’s acquisition from the Commonwealth in 1998. Since then, $2 billion has been invested in the redevelopment of the facility and the construction of a new terminal, which opened in 2014. Since 1991 the Snow Foundation has assisted local social welfare organisations and disadvantaged individuals with grants totalling more than $21 million. Terry Snow’s recent projects include a botanical garden and equestrian centre at Bawley Point, NSW, and Denman Prospect, a greenfield residential suburb in Canberra, comprising some 4,000 homes.

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Commissioned with funds provided by Dr Justin Garrick and Ms Dharini Ganesan Rasu, Mr Dino Nikias & Mrs Dimitra Nikias, Mr Jim Windeyer, Ms Claudia Hyles, Mrs Sotiria Liangis OAM and Mr John Liangis, Justice Mary Finn, Mr Bill Farmer AO and Mrs Elaine Farmer, Mr Tim Efkarpidis, Mr Bob Nattey and Mrs Charlotte Nattey, Ms Jennifer Bott AO, Mr Keith Bradley, Dr Sam Whittle and Mrs Heather Whittle 2017

Accession number: 2017.55

Currently not on display

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Jude Rae (age 61 in 2017)

Terry Snow (age 74 in 2017)

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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.