In what has been deemed another "successful" year for the event, the Glover Prize drew large numbers through its Falls Park Pavilion doors in 2019, to match its record entrants.
Across nine days in early March, more than 9000 people visited the iconic exhibition, including 1500 school students from the region.
Record numbers of visitors took part in the guided tours on offer, with the number of paintings sold also reaching new heights.
More than 480 entries were received for the 2019 event from across the world - up from 405 in 2018. Tasmanian artists accounted for 221 of the entrants.
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The winning landscape in the $50,000 Glover Prize went to Piers Greville for an artistic rendering of Lake Pedder as viewed from Google Earth.
Jennifer Riddle's People's Choice Award winning painting - selected from a pool of 5500 votes - was inspired by a four-day camping trip in the remote South-West with her septuagenarian mother.
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