Normand Baker

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Normand Henry Baker (1908–1955) was an Australian artist who won the Archibald Prize in 1937 with a self-portrait. He was born in the suburb of Summer Hill in Sydney on 9 July 1908. He won the Archibald Prize when he was 29, which made him the youngest ever winner of the prize. He painted portraits, many of them self-portraits, as well as scenes of circuses or markets.

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Awards
Preceded by
William Beckwith McInnes
Archibald Prize
1937
for Self Portrait
Succeeded by
Nora Heysen