Geoffrey Pryor (born 1944 in Canberra) is an Australian political cartoonist who was the editorial cartoonist for The Canberra Times newspaper between 1978 and 2008. During this 30-year career, Pryor generally drew seven cartoons per week for the newspaper. Pryor's style was influenced by his predecessor at The Canberra Times, Larry Pickering. His graphic style is ornate, much more detailed and portrait-like than that of such contemporaries as Patrick Cook.
- Portrait of Geoff Pryor, cartoonist by Virginia Wallace-Crabbe, 1997
- Interview with Geoff Pryor, cartoonist (sound recording) interviewed by Ann Turner, 1998
- National Museum of Australia (14 December 2008). "Animated conversation between Geoff Pryor and Michael McKernan". National Museum of Australia. Retrieved 28 October 2014.
- "Larry Pickering profile". Museum of Australian Democracy. 2002. Retrieved 28 October 2014.
- Pryor collection of cartoons and drawings - held and digitised by the National Library of Australia
- Engaging insight into the nation's past: Geoff Pryor / Old Parliament House
- Engaging insight into the nation's past: Pickering and Pryor / Old Parliament House
- Cartoonist Pryor retiring after 30 yrs / ABC News
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