Ms Coppersmith named her painting 'Self-portrait, after George Lambert'.
Coppersmith received the $100,000 prize for portraiture at the Art Gallery of NSW in Sydney on Friday, becoming the 10th woman to win the prize in its 97-year history.
Yvette Coppersmith's Self-portrait, after George Lambert won the Archibald Prize, Australia's leading portraiture prize.
"I would like to start by saying I want to channel the original inspiration for this portrait, which was the Right Honourable New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern".
'You (Ms Ardern) were the initial inspiration and when you were unavailable I thought, 'I'll do one as you!',' she told Ms Ardern.
"To win the Archibald Prize is an outstanding achievement, and we congratulate Yvette", Ohlsson said.
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"I just wanted to call and congratulate you". Napangati was unable to collect her award as she was working on country in her other role as a conservation officer.
Coppersmith's entry, her fifth, was chosen from 794 entries and 57 finalists.
Sulman victor Kaylene Whiskey's bright acrylic on linen painting Kaylene TV is a painting of two strong kungkas (women) and depicts singers Cher and Dolly Parton in cartoonish guises, inspired by the artist's love of comics.
Art Gallery of NSW director Michael Brand said while there are nearly double the number of self-portraits in the Archibald Prize this year than in recent years, winning self-portraits are a rare choice of the Board of Trustees who award the prize.
The 37-year-old was awarded the top prize after an unanimous decision by the judges. "After much cajoling and an bad lot of discussion".
"So maybe it's all worked out", Ardern told her. The award will be given annually to a Wynne finalist whose work will also be acquired by the gallery. But she pointed out that had she been available, Coppersmith would not have painted her prize-winning work. The Archibald Prize tours regional NSW and Victoria until June 2019.