Born: 1944 in Riverton, South Australia
Representation: Nikki Hannaford
- 1964–1967 political cartoonist for the Adelaide Advertiser 1970 onwards has been self employed as a full time artist. Hannaford is well known for his portraits but also does landscapes, still life, nudes, and is a sculptor. He uses a variety of media from charcoal through to watercolours and oils. His portraits are always painted from life rather than photographs. He is a keen environmentalist and is passionate about the preservation of native plants and wildlife. He has travelled through all states of Australia working and also travelled to England, Africa and India returning with many landscapes and portraits.
- 2001 he undertook a six month artist-in-residency at Sydney Grammar School
- 1969–1973 AME Bale Art Scholarship
- In 1998 Hannaford was the inaugural “Fleurieu Peninsula Landscape Art Prize” Winner.
- 1990 won the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize in with his portrait of “Bill”.
- He has entered the Archibald Prize each year since 1991 and has made the final every year that he has entered.
- He has won the Archibald People’s Choice Award three times – in 1991 for his portrait of Hugh Stretton, in 1996 for a self portrait and in 1998 for a portrait of Rolf Prince.
- 2001 Recipient of the Centenary Medal