Sir John Sulman Prize

The Sir John Sulman Prize is one of Australia's longest running art prizes, having been established in 1936.

It is now held concurrently with the Archibald Prize, Australia's best known art prize, and also with the Wynne Prize, at the Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW), Sydney.

Read more about Sir John Sulman Prize:  Criteria, List of Winners

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