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GALLERY: Doug Moran Portrait Prize finalists 2017

While the Archibald tends to get the most attention, it’s actually the Doug Moran Portrait Prize that’s the richest art prize in the country, worth a very attractive $150,000.

In 2017, the Moran Prize is particularly starry, with subjects including Isla Fisher, Alex Perry and Paul Capsis, and artists such as Anh Do, Robert Hannaford, Prudence Flint, and Lewis Miller, who has led several Daily Review masterclasses. The winner will be announced on October 11.

See a selection of the finalists below, or in person at the Juniper Hall in Paddington, from Thursday, October 19.

Artist at Sixty Three and Bride, Stewart MacFarlane
Artist at Sixty Three and Bride, Stewart MacFarlane
Alison, Robert Hannaford
Alison, Robert Hannaford
Blue Cotton Dress, prudence flint
Blue Cotton Dress, prudence flint
Newtown Prophet, Janis Lander
Newtown Prophet, Janis Lander
Rick, Lewis Miller
Rick, Lewis Miller
Exile - Self Portrait of An Indigenous Man, Glenn Loughrey
Exile – Self Portrait of An Indigenous Man, Glenn Loughrey
Lion, Anh Do
Lion, Anh Do
Respite, Sara Ball
Respite, Sara Ball
Isla 1, Nick Stathopoulos
Isla 1, Nick Stathopoulos
I am Woman, Dagma Cyrulla
I am Woman, Dagma Cyrulla
Head of J.L. No 2 (with skull cap), David Fairbairn
Head of J.L. No 2 (with skull cap), David Fairbairn
MAZZERI'S MOTHER, Anthony Mazzeri
MAZZERI’S MOTHER, Anthony Mazzeri
Heroic Painting, (self-portrait), version 2, Celeste Chandler
Heroic Painting, (self-portrait), version 2, Celeste Chandler
Alex, Kathrin Longhurst
Alex, Kathrin Longhurst
One Minute til Midnight, Natasha Walsh
One Minute til Midnight, Natasha Walsh
Paul Capsis, Michael Simms
Paul Capsis, Michael Simms

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