Geoffrey Dyer

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For the American businessman, see Geoffrey A. Dyer. For the British author, see Geoff Dyer.

Geoffrey Dyer (born 1947, Hobart, Tasmania[1]) is an Australian artist who won the Archibald Prize in 2003 with a portrait of Richard Flanagan.[2]

The painting of Richard Flanagan has an orange background with a figure with arms on his hips and almost silhouetted in dark colours of browns and blacks.

He was a finalist of the 2011 Archibald Prize.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Art Gallery of NSW - Archibald Prize Winner
  2. ^ List of Archibald Prize winners
Awards
Preceded by
Cherry Hood
Archibald Prize
2003
for Richard Flanagan
Succeeded by
Craig Ruddy