The Doug Moran National Portrait Prize was established by the Moran family in 1988 to celebrate Australia’s Bicentenary. Initially a bi-annual competition, the DMNPP is now held annually, making it an even more significant event on Australia’s arts calendar as well as the richest portrait prize in the world.
The exhibition of finalists held at The State Library of New South Wales generates a vibrant and eclectic collection of 30 portrait paintings depicting the diversity of Australian society. The winner will be announced commencing the week 9 August 2010.
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