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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.

Sir Hubert Wilkins
Sir Hubert Wilkins
Sir Hubert Wilkins

Sir Hubert Wilkins, 1933

Irving Browning
Portrait, gelatin silver photograph on paper

Purchased 2009

Browning Mummery
Browning Mummery
Browning Mummery

Browning Mummery, c. 1925

Corona Ltd
Portrait

Gift of Roger Neill 2009

Nicole Kidman, New York
Nicole Kidman, New York
Nicole Kidman, New York

Nicole Kidman, New York, 2003

Irving Penn
Portrait, gelatin silver photograph on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2009

Nicole Kidman, New York

Penn on paper

Magazine article by Michael Desmond, 2009

Michael Desmond discusses Irving Penn's photographic portrait of Nicole Kidman.

Barbara Blackman

Restoring histories

Magazine article by Gillian Raymond, 2004

Photographic conservation practices and the restoration of the Barbara Blackman photographic portrait.

The Art Lovers – Noah and Savannah 2015 by Gary Grealy

Observation point

Magazine article by Gary Grealy, 2016

Photographer Gary Grealy discusses his passion for portraiture.

Jaynie Anderson

Sitter still

Magazine article by Emeritus Professor Jaynie Anderson AM, 2015

Jaynie Anderson reflects on her experience as sitter for Reshid Bey’s 1962 portrait.

Peter Garrett by Karin Catt

Famous

Karin Catt Portraits
Previous exhibition, 2006

Australian photographer Karin Catt has photographed world leaders, a host of rock stars and Oscar-winning compatriots Russell Crowe, Nicole Kidman, and Cate Blanchett.

At the bus stop, 2011 by Brenton McGeachie

Brenton McGeachie

NPPP 2012 learning resource

An interview with the photographer.

Megan Gale

Glamour vs grunge

Magazine article by Dr Christopher Chapman, 2010

Christopher Chapman examines the battle of glamour vs. grunge which played out in the fashion and advertising of the 1990s.

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