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Portrait of Mrs Sarah Fairfax
Portrait of Mrs Sarah Fairfax
Portrait of Mrs Sarah Fairfax

Portrait of Mrs Sarah Fairfax, c. 1864

Edwin Dalton
Portrait, pastel on paper laid on canvas

Gift of John Fairfax Holdings Ltd 2002. Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program.

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Dr Sarah Engledow

Biography

Dr Sarah Engledow was appointed Historian at the National Portrait Gallery in 1999.

Tim...Soldier, 2007 by Sarah Long

Tim...Soldier, 2007

by Sarah Long
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Play, 2010 by Sarah Rhodes

Play, 2010

by Sarah Rhodes
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Family Fun, 2012
 by Sarah Bannister

Family Fun, 2012

by Sarah Bannister
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The Christening, 2014 by Sarah Rhodes

The Christening, 2014

by Sarah Rhodes
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Sophie, 2013 by Sarah Rhodes

Sophie, 2013

by Sarah Rhodes
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Paper plane, 2019 Sarah Rhodes

Paper plane, 2019

Sarah Rhodes
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Strikethrough (self portrait), 2014 by Sarah Walker

Strikethrough (self portrait), 2014

by Sarah Walker
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Mirror identical twins with autism, 2018 by Sarah Rhodes

Mirror identical twins with autism, 2018

by Sarah Rhodes
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Golden hour, 2024 Sarah McCloskey

Golden hour

Sarah McCloskey
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Billie, 2016 by Graeme Drendel

In your dreams

Magazine article by Dr Sarah Engledow, 2016

An excerpt from The Popular Pet Book.

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