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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.

Self portrait

Profile of a marriage

Magazine article by Dr Sarah Engledow, 2006

Dr Sarah Engledow explores the lives of Sir George Grey and his wife Eliza, the subjects of a pair of wax medallions in the National Portrait Gallery's collection.

Mrs Grey
Mrs Grey
Mrs Grey

Mrs Grey, c. 1845

Theresa Walker
Portrait, cast wax

Purchased 1999

Ellen Stirling

Duty bound

Magazine article by Joanna Gilmour, 2009

Joanna Gilmour explores the life of colonial women Lady Ellen Stirling, Eliza Darling, Lady Eliza Arthur, Elizabeth Macquarie and Lady Jane Franklin.

Sir George Grey
Sir George Grey
Sir George Grey

Sir George Grey, c. 1845

Theresa Walker
Portrait, cast wax

Purchased 1999

Sir George Grey, Governor of New Zealand
Sir George Grey, Governor of New Zealand
Sir George Grey, Governor of New Zealand

Sir George Grey, Governor of New Zealand, 1861

William-Wolfe Alais
Portrait, engraving on paper.

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased with funds provided by Ross A Field 2008

Sir George Grey

Nothing black and white about the Greys

It's Complicated

Marriage: a prolonged disaster

William and Martha Mary Robertson and their children [William St Leonards, Eliza, John, William St Leonards on a horse, Beatrice and Ida]
William and Martha Mary Robertson and their children [William St Leonards, Eliza, John, William St Leonards on a horse, Beatrice and Ida]
William and Martha Mary Robertson and their children [William St Leonards, Eliza, John, William St Leonards on a horse, Beatrice and Ida]

William and Martha Mary Robertson and their children [William St Leonards, Eliza, John, William St Leonards on a horse, Beatrice and Ida], 1860s-1870s

Various
Portrait, eight carte de visites, hand-coloured, contained in a red leather presentation case

Gift of Malcolm Robertson in memory of William Thomas Robertson 2018. Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program.

Professor Suzanne Cory AC FAA FRS
Professor Suzanne Cory AC FAA FRS
Professor Suzanne Cory AC FAA FRS

Professor Suzanne Cory AC FAA FRS, 2016

Raelene Sharp
Portrait, oil on linen

Gift of the artist 2017

Robert Carter
Robert Carter
Robert Carter

Robert Carter, c. 1910

William Johnson
Portrait, gelatin silver photograph on grey cardboard

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Gift of the family of FW Macpherson 2012

Robert Hunter, July 1978
Robert Hunter, July 1978
Robert Hunter, July 1978

Robert Hunter, July 1978, 1978 (printed 2012)

Robert Rooney
Portrait, inkjet print on paper

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Purchased 2012

Portrait of Dr Kurt von Stutterheim with Mrs von Stutterheim
Portrait of Dr Kurt von Stutterheim with Mrs von Stutterheim
Portrait of Dr Kurt von Stutterheim with Mrs von Stutterheim

Portrait of Dr Kurt von Stutterheim with Mrs von Stutterheim, c. 1958

Max Dupain OBE
Portrait, gelatin silver photograph on paper on grey backing sheet (folded)

Gift of Danina Dupain Anderson 2021. Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program.

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