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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.

Millicent Preston Stanley Vaughan, c. 1945 Noel Rubie
Millicent Preston Stanley Vaughan, c. 1945 Noel Rubie
Millicent Preston Stanley Vaughan, c. 1945 Noel Rubie

Millicent Preston Stanley Vaughan, c. 1945 Noel Rubie

Portrait, gelatin silver photograph on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Gift of Judi Preston-Stanley 2013

Corroboree, or Dance of the Natives of New South Wales, 1820 Walter Preston
Corroboree, or Dance of the Natives of New South Wales, 1820 Walter Preston
Corroboree, or Dance of the Natives of New South Wales, 1820 Walter Preston

Corroboree, or Dance of the Natives of New South Wales, 1820 Walter Preston

Portrait, engraving, hand-coloured on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2013

Margaret Preston, c. 1930 Harold Cazneaux
Margaret Preston, c. 1930 Harold Cazneaux
Margaret Preston, c. 1930 Harold Cazneaux

Margaret Preston, c. 1930 Harold Cazneaux

Portrait, gelatin silver photograph on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Gift of Patrick Corrigan AM and Barbara Corrigan 2008
Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program

Fiona Stanley, 2011 Mary Moore
Fiona Stanley, 2011 Mary Moore
Fiona Stanley, 2011 Mary Moore

Fiona Stanley, 2011 Mary Moore

Portrait, oil on composition board

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Commissioned 2011

Stanley Argyle, 1924 Tom Glover
Stanley Argyle, 1924 Tom Glover
Stanley Argyle, 1924 Tom Glover

Stanley Argyle, 1924 Tom Glover

Portrait, pen and ink on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2012

Study for painting commission portrait of Fiona Stanley, 2010 Mary Moore
Study for painting commission portrait of Fiona Stanley, 2010 Mary Moore
Study for painting commission portrait of Fiona Stanley, 2010 Mary Moore

Study for painting commission portrait of Fiona Stanley, 2010 Mary Moore

Portrait, oil on composition board

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Commissioned 2011

Stanley Bruce, 1937 Barbara Tribe
Stanley Bruce, 1937 Barbara Tribe
Stanley Bruce, 1937 Barbara Tribe

Stanley Bruce, 1937 Barbara Tribe

Portrait, cast bronze

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Gift of the artist 2000

Billy Hughes paperweight, n.d. an unknown artist

Mugshots

Magazine article by Dr Sarah Engledow, 2006

A toast to the acquisition of an unconventional new portrait of former Prime Minister, Stanley Melbourne Bruce.

Ethel Turner, 1928 Harold Cazneaux

Moving in creative circles

Magazine article by Joanna Gilmour, 2008

Harold Cazneaux's portraits of influential Sydneysiders included Margaret Preston and Ethel Turner, both important figures in the development of ideas about Australian identity and culture.

Archbishop Vaughan, c. 1880 an unknown artist
Archbishop Vaughan, c. 1880 an unknown artist
Archbishop Vaughan, c. 1880 an unknown artist

Archbishop Vaughan, c. 1880 an unknown artist

Portrait, carte de visite photograph

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2013

Self portrait, 1948 Grace Cossington Smith

Modern Australian Women

Magazine article by Gillian Raymond, 2005

Close contemporaries, Thea Proctor, Margaret Preston and Grace Cossington Smith were frequently sources of inspiration and irritation to each other. 

Portrait jug of Stanley Melbourne Bruce, 1925-28 Ashtead Potters Limited, Surrey, UK, Percy Metcalfe
Portrait jug of Stanley Melbourne Bruce, 1925-28 Ashtead Potters Limited, Surrey, UK, Percy Metcalfe
Portrait jug of Stanley Melbourne Bruce, 1925-28 Ashtead Potters Limited, Surrey, UK, Percy Metcalfe

Portrait jug of Stanley Melbourne Bruce, 1925-28 Ashtead Potters Limited, Surrey, UK, Percy Metcalfe

Portrait, glazed ceramic

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2006

Sidney Myer, 1936 Paul Montford

Four from the 30s

Magazine article by Andrew Sayers AM, 2003

Australia's tradition of sculpted portraits stretches back to the early decades of the nineteenth century and continues to sustain a group of dedicated sculptors.

Fiona Stanley, 2011 Mary Moore

Lifelines Medical advocates

General content

Fiona Stanley, Fiona Wood, Fred Hollows, Patrick McGorry and John Yu

Greta In Her Kitchen, 36 weeks, 2018 by Alana Holmberg

National Photographic Portrait Prize 2019

Previous exhibition, 2019

The exhibition is selected from a national field of entries, reflecting the distinctive vision of Australia's aspiring and professional portrait photographers and the unique nature of their subjects.

Tom Roberts, 1920 Alice Mills OAM
Tom Roberts, 1920 Alice Mills OAM
Tom Roberts, 1920 Alice Mills OAM

Tom Roberts, 1920 Alice Mills OAM

Portrait, gelatin silver photograph on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Gift of Gerard Vaughan 2001

Robert Hunter, July 1978, 1978 (printed 2012) Robert Rooney
Robert Hunter, July 1978, 1978 (printed 2012) Robert Rooney
Robert Hunter, July 1978, 1978 (printed 2012) Robert Rooney

Robert Hunter, July 1978, 1978 (printed 2012) Robert Rooney

Portrait, inkjet print on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2012

Adrian Feint, 1939 Max Dupain
Adrian Feint, 1939 Max Dupain
Adrian Feint, 1939 Max Dupain

Adrian Feint, 1939 Max Dupain

Portrait, gelatin silver photograph on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Gift of Richard King 2008
Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program

James T. Donovan, 1892 Tom Roberts
James T. Donovan, 1892 Tom Roberts
James T. Donovan, 1892 Tom Roberts

James T. Donovan, 1892 Tom Roberts

Portrait, oil on canvas

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2015

Bill Leak, 1999 Simon Obarzanek
Bill Leak, 1999 Simon Obarzanek
Bill Leak, 1999 Simon Obarzanek

Bill Leak, 1999 Simon Obarzanek

Portrait, gelatin silver photograph on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Gift of the artist 2002

John Howard and Janette Howard, 2000 Josonia Palaitis
John Howard and Janette Howard, 2000 Josonia Palaitis
John Howard and Janette Howard, 2000 Josonia Palaitis

John Howard and Janette Howard, 2000 Josonia Palaitis

Portrait, oil on canvas

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Commissioned with funds provided by the Founding Patron, L Gordon Darling AC CMG 2000

Betty Churcher, 2008 Adam Knott
Betty Churcher, 2008 Adam Knott
Betty Churcher, 2008 Adam Knott

Betty Churcher, 2008 Adam Knott

Portrait, inkjet print on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2013

Self portrait, 1930 Margaret Preston. © Art Gallery of New South Wales, gift of the artist at the request of the Trustees 1930

The attractions of bohemia

It's Complicated

In the company of women

Betty Churcher, 2008 Adam Knott

Tribute Betty Churcher

Magazine article, 2015

Betty Churcher AO (1931–2015), gallery director, author, painter and lecturer, was educated in Brisbane before studying art in London.

Greta In Her Kitchen, 36 weeks, 2018 by Alana Holmberg

Winner announced for National Photographic Portrait Prize 2019 22 February 2019

Media

From an outstanding field of more than 3,000 entries, culminating in a shortlist of 39 exceptional finalists, the Winner and Highly Commended entries for this year’s National Photographic Portrait Prize have been named.

Self portrait, n.d. Ada May Plante
Self portrait, n.d. Ada May Plante
Self portrait, n.d. Ada May Plante

Self portrait, n.d. Ada May Plante

Portrait, pen and ink, pencil on paper laid on cardboard

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Gift of Dr Penny Olsen, Peter Woollard and Artemis Georgiades 2015

Monochromatic Self-Portrait, 2000 by Genevieve Preston

Headspace 1

Previous exhibition, 2000

Headspace showcases portrait art produced by secondary students from Year 7 to Year 12 in Government, Catholic and Independent schools in Canberra and its surrounding regions extending to Wollongong, Deniliquin, Leeton, Crookwell, Bombala, Narooma and Albury

Isabella Louisa Parry, c. 1826 an unknown artist
Isabella Louisa Parry, c. 1826 an unknown artist
Isabella Louisa Parry, c. 1826 an unknown artist

Isabella Louisa Parry, c. 1826 an unknown artist

Portrait, watercolour on ivory

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2014

Florence Cardell-Oliver Broothorn Studios
Florence Cardell-Oliver Broothorn Studios
Florence Cardell-Oliver Broothorn Studios

Florence Cardell-Oliver, Broothorn Studios

Portrait, gelatin silver photograph on paper laid on photography studio backing board

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Gift of Chris Nielsen 2016

Nicole Kidman, 2002 (printed 2004) Karin Catt
Nicole Kidman, 2002 (printed 2004) Karin Catt
Nicole Kidman, 2002 (printed 2004) Karin Catt

Nicole Kidman, 2002 (printed 2004) Karin Catt

Portrait, type C photograph on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2005

Divide (Self portrait), 2011 Sam Jinks

Dissections Layered portraits from the collection

Previous exhibition, 2016

This display sets two impressive portraits from the collection into direct dialogue: Sam Jinks’ sculptural self portrait and Nick Mourtzakis’ painted portrait of David Chalmers, along with related maquette and sketches.Together they explore physical and psychological manifestations of the strata of self-hood.

Men of the Day No.19 "A great Med'cine-Man among the inquiring Redskins" Thomas Henry Huxley (Image plate from Vanity Fair), 1871 Carlo Pellegrini
Men of the Day No.19 "A great Med'cine-Man among the inquiring Redskins" Thomas Henry Huxley (Image plate from Vanity Fair), 1871 Carlo Pellegrini
Men of the Day No.19 "A great Med'cine-Man among the inquiring Redskins" Thomas Henry Huxley (Image plate from Vanity Fair), 1871 Carlo Pellegrini

Men of the Day No.19 "A great Med'cine-Man among the inquiring Redskins" Thomas Henry Huxley (Image plate from Vanity Fair), 1871 Carlo Pellegrini

Portrait, chromolithograph on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2015

Jessie Street, 1929 Jerrold Nathan

Worth her salt

Magazine article by Joanna Gilmour, 2009

Jerrold Nathan's portrait of Jessie Street shows the elegant side of a many-faceted lady.

Self portrait, c. 1934 Stella Bowen
Self portrait, c. 1934 Stella Bowen
Self portrait, c. 1934 Stella Bowen

Self portrait, c. 1934 Stella Bowen

Portrait, oil on cardboard

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2003

Nicole Kidman, New York, 2003 Irving Penn
Nicole Kidman, New York, 2003 Irving Penn
Nicole Kidman, New York, 2003 Irving Penn

Nicole Kidman, New York, 2003 Irving Penn

Portrait, gelatin silver photograph on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2009

hey Betty (Portrait of Betty Churcher), 1990 Davida Allen
hey Betty (Portrait of Betty Churcher), 1990 Davida Allen
hey Betty (Portrait of Betty Churcher), 1990 Davida Allen

hey Betty (Portrait of Betty Churcher), 1990 Davida Allen

Portrait, oil on plywood

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Gift of the artist 2004
Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program

Julia Matthews, c. 1862 Davies & Co
Julia Matthews, c. 1862 Davies & Co
Julia Matthews, c. 1862 Davies & Co

Julia Matthews, c. 1862 Davies & Co

Portrait, albumen paper carte de visite

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2010

Self portrait, 1921 Thea Proctor
Self portrait, 1921 Thea Proctor
Self portrait, 1921 Thea Proctor

Self portrait, 1921 Thea Proctor

Portrait, lithograph on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased with funds provided by the Ross family in memory of Noel and Enid Eliot 2013

Self portrait, 1945-46 Arthur Boyd

Mysterious eyes Arthur Boyd portraits from 1945

Previous exhibition, 2016

Boyd’s self-portrait at age 25 is joined by his equally emotive portraits of those around him.

Gustavus Brooke, c. 1865 Burman and Son
Gustavus Brooke, c. 1865 Burman and Son
Gustavus Brooke, c. 1865 Burman and Son

Gustavus Brooke, c. 1865 Burman and Son

Portrait, albumen silver carte de visite

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2010

William Saurin Lyster, (mid to late 1860s) Davies & Co
William Saurin Lyster, (mid to late 1860s) Davies & Co
William Saurin Lyster, (mid to late 1860s) Davies & Co

William Saurin Lyster, (mid to late 1860s) Davies & Co

Portrait, albumen silver carte de visite

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased with funds provided by Graham Smith 2009

Sir Donald Bradman, 1990 Bill Leak
Sir Donald Bradman, 1990 Bill Leak
Sir Donald Bradman, 1990 Bill Leak

Sir Donald Bradman, 1990 Bill Leak

Portrait, oil on canvas

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Gift of L Gordon Darling AC CMG 2008
Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program

Finalists announced for National Photographic Portrait Prize 14 November 2018

Archived media releases 2018

The National Portrait Gallery would like to congratulate the forty finalists for the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2019.

The Textiles Scientist, 2018 by Kate Atkinson

Textiles Scientist Voted the People’s Favourite 27 March 2019

Media

The black and white portrait of an elderly woman with sidelong glance and irreverent, contemplative smile has taken out the people’s choice award in this year’s National Photographic Portrait Prize.

Queen Rose of the Wathaurung People, c. 1876-77 Fred Kruger
Queen Rose of the Wathaurung People, c. 1876-77 Fred Kruger
Queen Rose of the Wathaurung People, c. 1876-77 Fred Kruger

Queen Rose of the Wathaurung People, c. 1876-77 Fred Kruger

Portrait, albumen paper photograph

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2017

Olegas Truchanas, 1971 Ralph Hope-Johnstone

Giving a dam True south #1

About Face article

Ensconced and meditative in crisp Tasmania, Joanna Gilmour pays tribute to passionate green advocate and photographer Olegas Truchanas.

Greta In Her Kitchen, 36 weeks, 2018 by Alana Holmberg

Snap chat

Magazine article by Anne O'Hehir, 2019

2019 National Photographic Portrait Prize judge Anne O’Hehir looks beneath the surface of this year’s entries.

Ian Thorpe, 2002 James Houston

Collection: Icons Volume Two

Previous exhibition, 2018

The second instalment of a display featuring bold contemporary portraits drawn from the collection. For the Gallery’s 20th birthday this display brings together a group contemporary photographic portraits of inspiring women and men.

Divide (Self portrait), 2011 Sam Jinks

Dissections: Layered portraits from the collection is now open 19 August 2016

Archived media releases 2016

Dissections, showcases the hyper-realist sculptural self-portrait of artist Sam Jinks, Divide, alongside the painted portrait of philosopher David Chalmers by Nick Mourtzakis, which was commissioned by the Gallery in 2011.

Barry Humphries, 1962 Lewis Morley

Lewis Morley Myself and Eye

Previous exhibition, 2003

Lewis Morley has a great eye for a shot and a sharp ear for a pun

General Birdwood, the Idol of Anzac, taking a dip in the sea after a hard days work 1915

In the thick of it

Magazine article by Dr Sarah Engledow, 2010

Projecting the splendour of the empire, and the resolve of its subjects, the bust of William Birdwood keeps a stiff upper lip in the National Portrait Gallery.

Bob Hawke, 2012 Luke Cornish

Primed Some Prime Ministers

Previous exhibition, 2019

Seventeen of Australia’s thirty prime ministers to date are represented in the contrasting sizes, moods and mediums of these portraits.

Self portrait, c. 1934 Stella Bowen

A Singular Line

Magazine article by Simon Elliott, 2003

A newly acquired work by Stella Bowen adds to the National Portrait Gallery's growing collection of important Australian self-portraits.

Albert Jonas and John Xiniwe of The African Choir, 1891 London Stereoscopic Co.

Back in black

Magazine article by Krysia Kitch, 2017

Krysia Kitch reviews black chronicles at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

Moonboy, 2010

Observation point

Magazine article by Tim Storrier, 2013

Tim Storrier describes the influences on the development of his artistic style.

Sir Charles Kingsford Smith and Captain Charles Ulm, 1961 William Dargie

Uncommon Australians Towards an Australian Portrait Gallery

Previous exhibition, 1992

In 1988 philanthropists Gordon and Marilyn Darling decided to make an Australian portrait gallery a reality, overseeing the development of the 1992 touring exhibition Uncommon Australians.

The rose, 1927

The world of Thea Proctor

Magazine article by Dr Sarah Engledow, 2005

The world of Thea Proctor was the National Portrait Gallery's second exhibition to follow the life of a single person, following Rarely Everage: The lives of Barry Humphries.

Zareth, 2009

I am mine

Magazine article by Dr Christopher Chapman, 2010

Dr Christopher Chapman, curator and judge of the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2009 contextualises the themes of the exhibition.

Miss Evelyn Chapman, 1918

Lovers of light

Magazine article by Dr Sarah Engledow, 2008

Dr Sarah Engledow traces the significant links between Antonio Dattilo-Rubbo and Evelyn Chapman through their portraits.

Self portrait with glove, 1939 Herbert Badham

To Look Within Self Portraits in Australia

Previous exhibition, 2004

This exhibition is the first comprehensive survey of self-portraits in Australia, from the colonial period to the present

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Portrait Donors Listed by year

Honour board
Zareth, 2009 by Scott Bycroft

NPPP 2010 exhibition essay

General content

Dr Christopher Chapman, National Photographic Portrait Prize judge and curator, introduces the 2010 Prize.

Ned Kelly death mask, date unknown an unknown artist after Maximilian Kreitmayer

Sideshow Alley Infamy, the macabre & the portrait

Previous exhibition, 2015

Death masks, post-mortem drawings and other spooky and disquieting portraits... Come and see how portraits of infamous Australians were used in the 19th century.

Mrs NR Mackintosh (Anne) by Ruth Hollick

Natural, artistic and unselfconscious

Magazine article by Angus Trumble, 2016

Angus Trumble gazes at the once bright star of photographer Ruth Hollick.

Elle Macpherson, 2000 Polly Borland

Australian Visit

Previous exhibition, 2006

The exhibition will include works of art from the NPG Canberra's permanent collection with some inward loans and aims to highlight the achievements of notable Australians.

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The Good Doctor

Magazine article by Dr Sarah Engledow, 2005

Dr Sarah Engledow describes the achievements of internationally renowned burns and trauma surgeon Professor Fiona Wood.

Jessie Street, 1929 Jerrold Nathan

First Ladies Significant Australian Women 1913–2013

Previous exhibition, 2013

First Ladies profiles women who have achieved noteworthy firsts over the past 100 years.

Johnny O'Keefe "A little bit louder now...", 1999 Ivan Durrant

Making Portraits Five Years of National Portrait Gallery Commissions

Previous exhibition, 2004

The considered matching of artist to subject has produced an amazing collection of unique and original works in the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery

Portrait of Professor Graeme Clark, 2000 Peter Wegner

Portraits for Posterity

Previous exhibition, 2006

Drawn from some of the many donations made to the Gallery's collection, the exhibition Portraits for Posterity pays homage both to the remarkable (and varied) group of Australians who are portrayed in the portraits and the generosity of the many donors who have presented them to the Gallery.

Andy Thomas, 2002 Montalbetti & Campbell

Uncommon Australians The vision of Gordon and Marilyn Darling

Previous exhibition, 2015

This exhibition showcases portraits acquired through the generosity of the National Portrait Gallery’s Founding Patrons, L Gordon Darling AC CMG and Marilyn Darling AC.

In the mirror: self portrait with Joy Hester, 1939 Albert Tucker

Depth of Field Portrait Photography from the Collection

Previous exhibition, 2004

Over the last five years the National Portrait Gallery has developed a collection of portrait photographs that reflects both the strength and diversity of Australian achievement as well as the talents of our photographers.

Portrait bust of Dr Christine Rivett, c. 1950 (cast 1955-56) Daphne Mayo

In the round

Magazine article by Andrew Sayers AM, 2009

Andrew Sayers outlines the highlights of the National Portrait Gallery's display of portrait sculpture.

Self portrait, 1965 Jean Appleton

In good company

Magazine article by Joanna Gilmour, 2015

Jean Appleton’s 1965 self portrait makes a fine addition to the National Portrait Gallery’s collection writes Joanna Gilmour.

Jessie Street, 1929 Jerrold Nathan

Australia’s great internationalists

Magazine article by Penelope Grist, 2016

Penelope Grist explores the United Nations stories in the Gallery’s collection.

Dulcie Deamer, c. 1920

Out of the shadows

Magazine article by Joanna Gilmour, 2013

Joanna Gilmour profiles the life and times of the shutter sisters May and Mina Moore.

Venetia, Lady Digby, circa 1633-1634 by Sir Anthony van Dyck

Love in the extreme

Magazine article by Joanna Gilmour, 2020

Joanna Gilmour reveals love’s more intense manifestations in the tale of Lord Kenelm and Venetia Digby.

Portrait of George Selth Coppin, c. 1895-99 Tom Roberts

The Multifarious Career of George Selth Coppin

Magazine article by Dr Sarah Engledow, 2004

George Selth Coppin (1819-1906) comedian, impresario and entrepreneur, was a driving force of the early Australian theatre.

George Reid paperweight an unknown artist

Some prime ministers

General content

Sarah Engledow explores the history of the prime ministers and artists featured in the exhibition.

Mr and Mrs Horace Keats in the "Christopher Brennan Cycle", 1945 Dora Toovey

Heartfelt

Magazine article by Dr Sarah Engledow, 2009

The portrait of Janet and Horace Keats with the spirit of the poet Christopher Brennan is brought to life by artist Dora Toovey.

Chang the Chinese giant and party, c. 1871 Paterson Brothers

The portrait writ large

Magazine article by Karen Vickery, 2015

Karen Vickery on Chang the Chinese giant in Australia.

Director John Duigan and actor Judy Davis on the set of ‘Winter of our Dreams’, Sydney, 1981 by Robert McFarlane

Natural born stiller

Magazine article by Penelope Grist, 2016

Penelope Grist speaks to Robert McFarlane about shooting for the stars.

Betty Bryant, c. 1939

The life of Bryant

Magazine article by Tenille Hands, 2018

Tenille Hands explores a portrait prize gifted to the National Screen and Sound Archive.

Portrait of Thea Proctor, 1905 by George Lambert

The real Thea

Magazine article by Dr Sarah Engledow, 2015

Long after the portraitist became indifferent to her, and died, a beguiling portrait hung over its subject.

Self-portrait, 2015 by Rod McNicol

A spectral sentience

Magazine article by Aimee Board, 2019

Aimee Board reveals method, motivation and mortality in the portraiture of Rod McNicol.

Henry Lawson, c. 1919 Lionel Lindsay

Regarding Henrys

Magazine article by Dr Sarah Engledow, 2015

Sarah Engledow ponders the divergent legacies of Messrs Kendall and Lawson.

Helen Blaxland judging flower arrangements, c. 1940s photographer unknown

Petal to the mettle

Magazine article by Dr Sarah Engledow, 2019

Sarah Engledow lauds the very civil service of Dame Helen Blaxland.

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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.