Robert Hannaford (1944 - ) | Tammy Williams | These portraits were painted over a period of 18 months in 2001 – 2002. Their purpose was to accompany the stories of 10 Aboriginal women for the publication “Black Chick’s Talking”.
Awesome Achievers: A cross-curriculum learning resource
What makes someone awesome? And how does a portrait tell a person's story? Bring your students up close and personal with some great Australians. For upper primary school students.
Archibald Prize Archibald 2003 finalist: Rabbi Apple by Robert Hannaford
Rabbi Raymond Apple is chief rabbi at the Great Synagogue in Castlereagh Street, Sydney. Robert Hannaford’s portrait of him was a commission to commemorate the Rabbi’s 30 years of service to the congregation.
Alexander Maurice Ramsay, 1978
Alexander Ramsay CBE (1914-1978), public servant, trained and worked as a teacher before gaining his degree at the University of Adelaide in 1941. Not long after, he was a founder of a movement called Common Cause, encouraging community cooperation to achieve not only victory in war, but postwar equality of opportunity and advantage. Ramsay was the public face of the movement until 1949; it attracted thousands of members and achieved community progress. Meanwhile, in 1943, Ramsay was…