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Portrait 62 / Autumn 2019

In this issue:

  • National Photographic Portrait Prize judge Anne O’Hehir looks beneath the surface of this year’s entries.
  • Inga Walton examines portraits of select women in Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits
  • Sarah Engledow lauds the very civil service of Dame Helen Blaxland
  • Karen Quinlan considers the case of Agnes Goodsir, whose low profile in Australia belies her overseas acclaim
  • Alistair McGhie explores the many shades of Angélica Dass’ Humanæ project
  • Christopher Chapman reveals the intersection of iconoclastic Japanese figures Yukio Mishima and Tamotsu Yato
  • Joanna Gilmour discusses the role of the carte de visite in portraiture’s democratisation, and its harnessing by Victoria, the world’s first media monarch
  • Aimee Board ventures within and beyond to consider two remarkable new Gallery acquisitions

and much more!

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