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Archibald, the editor of, the Bulletin who died in 1919.
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"Increase in prize money for 2012 Archibald, Wynne Sulman Prizes".By Lucy Stranger, july 16, 2014, one of most eagerly anticipated prizes has again returned to excite audiences and bus driver discount critics alike.Retrieved via National Library of Australia.Each year, the trustees of the Art Gallery of NSW judge the Archibald and Wynne, and invite an artist to judge the Sulman.Retrieved "Artist sues over Archibald winner".It was first awarded in 1921 after the receipt of a bequest from.Danelle Bergstrom has won the Packing Room Prize twice, first in 1995 with a portrait of singer/songwriter Jon English, 12 and again in 2007 with a portrait of actor Jack Thompson, with the work entitled Take Two.
On becoming Prime Minister in 1972, Gough Whitlam commissioned his friend Clifton Pugh to paint the official portrait.
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Salon des Refusés People's Choice Award edit Since 1999, Sydney based law firm Holding Redlich have sponsored a Salon des Refusés People's Choice Award.
Australias most extraordinary art event, the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes is an annual exhibition eagerly anticipated by artists and audiences alike.
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To paint such a dynamic, thrusting personality with the sensitivity that a personage of his flamboyance deserves, I drew on my knowledge of historic portraits of great men of destiny.
The prize money was also changed to 50,000.Citation needed Some works which do not make the Archibald Prize finalists are shown at the.Notable mentions from the 55 finalists include Wendy Sharpe, Abdul Abdullah, Sally Ross, Salvatore Zofrea, Peter Daverington, Juan Ford, Mitch Cairns and Fiona Lowry.Heysen was the first woman to win the Archibald Prize, with a portrait of Madame Elink Schuurman, the wife of the Consul General for the Netherlands.Visit the exhibition and vote for your favourite portrait in the Peoples Choice award.Associated prizes edit The Archibald Prize is held at the same time as the Sir John Sulman Prize, the Wynne Prize, the Mortimore Prize for Realism, the Australian Photographic Portrait Prize, the Young Archie competition and (before 2003) the Dobell Prize.In 1983 John Bloomfield sued for the return of the 1975 prize which was unsuccessful.It did not win, but it was hung outside the Archibald exhibition.In 1978 Brett Whiteley won the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes all in the same year, the only time this has happened.This years Sulman judge is Jenny Watson."Archibald Prize 2015: Newcastle artist Nigel Milsom wins prestigious award for Charles Waterstreet portrait".24 In 2002, head packer Steve Peters singled out a painting of himself by Dave Machin as a possible winner for the Packing Room Prize.26 27 In 2008 Sam Leach 's image of himself as Hitler made the front page of Melbourne's newspaper The Age 28 and sparked a national debate about the appropriateness of his choice of subject matter.