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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.

Joe and Brenda
Joe and Brenda
Joe and Brenda

Joe and Brenda, 1990 (printed 2013)

Michael Riley
Portrait, inkjet print on paper

Purchased 2013

Woburn Sheepshearing
Woburn Sheepshearing
Woburn Sheepshearing

Woburn Sheepshearing, 1811

Thomas Morris, M N. Bates, Joseph C. Stadler after George Garrard
Portrait, aquatint with stipple and etching and engraving, hand-coloured on chine colle on paper laid down on cotton stretched over wooden strainer

Purchased 2018

Brenda L Croft and Dr Matilda House

Brenda L Croft and Dr Matilda House

In Conversation
General content

Brenda L Croft (Gurindji/Malngin/Mudburra peoples) talks with Ngambri/Ngunnawal/Wiradjuri elder, Dr Matilda House, about her photographic portrait.

Russell Page in Venice
Russell Page in Venice
Russell Page in Venice

Russell Page in Venice, 1997

Brenda L Croft
Portrait, triptych of type C photographs on paper

Purchased 2002

Matilda (Ngambri)
Matilda (Ngambri)
Matilda (Ngambri)

Matilda (Ngambri), 2020

Brenda L Croft, Prue Hazelgrove, Richard Crampton
Portrait, inkjet print (from original tintype, wet plate collodion process) on archival paper

Purchased with funds provided by The Calvert-Jones Foundation 2020

Michael Riley's portraits

Portrait story

Linda Burney, Brenda Croft and Darrell Sibosado share memories of Michael Riley and his photographic practice.

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