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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.

Study for a portrait of Alex Wodak
Study for a portrait of Alex Wodak
Study for a portrait of Alex Wodak

Study for a portrait of Alex Wodak, 2003

Nick Mourtzakis
Portrait, conté pencil and pastel on paper

Gift of Dr Jack Wodak 2006. Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program.

John no. 11, 2010 by Alex Cyreszko

John no. 11, 2010

by Alex Cyreszko
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The Hermit, 2016 by Alex Frayne

The Hermit, 2016

by Alex Frayne
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Les and Eileen, 2010 by Alex Vaughan

Les and Eileen, 2010

by Alex Vaughan
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Atef, 2013 by Alex Weltlinger

Atef, 2013

by Alex Weltlinger
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Kill them with kindness, 2006 by Alex Kershaw

Kill them with kindness, 2006

by Alex Kershaw
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The spirit walker, 2017 by Alex Ellinghausen

The spirit walker, 2017

by Alex Ellinghausen
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The 70 year old jetty jumper, 2011 by Alex Frayne

The 70 year old jetty jumper, 2011

by Alex Frayne
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Sumbawa Pride - Life on a Boat With Eleven Kids, 2018 by Alex Vaughan

Sumbawa Pride - Life on a Boat With Eleven Kids, 2018

by Alex Vaughan
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