Gordon Andrews, Lovett Bay, Sydney

David Moore1987 (printed 2000)

National Portrait Gallery

National Portrait Gallery
Canberra, Australia

Gordon Andrews (1914-2001) was one of Australia's most distinguished designers, with a body of work encompassing graphic design, furniture, jewellery, sculpture, interior and exhibition design, painting and photography. He is perhaps best known for his designs for Australia's paper currency, which entered circulation February 14, 1966. When the present-day polymer plastic notes began to replace paper ones in 1992, Andrews served on the advisory panel overseeing their design. Andrews was nominated a Fellow of the Society of Industrial Artists (UK) in 1955 and was the first Australian designer to be elected an Honorary Designer for Industry of the Royal Society of Arts (UK) in 1989.


  • Title: Gordon Andrews, Lovett Bay, Sydney
  • Creator: David Moore
  • Date Created: 1987 (printed 2000)
  • Provenance: National Portrait Gallery, Canberra
  • Rights: https://www.portrait.gov.au/form-image-request.php
  • External Link: https://www.portrait.gov.au/portraits/2001.127

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