Floods, fires and desert mice: $100,000 Hadley’s Art prize  – in pictures


Hadley’s Art prize is an annual acquisitive prize for Australian landscape art which, at $100,000, is believed to be the richest in the world. Selected from more than 630 entrants, the 33 finalists among this year’s shortlist – 12 of them from Tasmania – were chosen by Tasmanian artist Raymond Arnold, Mona’s senior research curator Jane Clark, and Tasmanian art writer, curator and gallerist Susan McCulloch.

The prize, now in its third year, is presented by the Hadley’s Orient hotel in Hobart, where all 33 finalists will be exhibited until 18 August. Below is a selection

  • Hadley’s Art prize will be awarded on 19 July 2019. Out of respect for the artist’s moral rights, please refrain from saving any image. No reproductions may be made



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