Do these three figures look familiar?
Well if they do, you should drop into Outback at Isa's gallery and let them know in a yearbook next to the painting.
A headless figure in blue, a sitting person in red and a green figure with a brolly are the "Three Well Known Australians"
It is the work of Sydney artist Martin Shaw and it has been touring the country continuously since 1983.
It is now on display in Mount Isa.
The public have to guess who the 'Three Australians' are in the painting and record their opinions into yearbooks which Mr Shaw said form a portrait of Australia.
Mr Shaw won't reveal the answer to the identity of the trio but said there were clues in the painting.
Included with touring exhibition are 240 Letters with opinions on the '3 Australians'. They include the opinions of prime minister Scott Morrison and premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.
Mr Morrison reckoned it was an on-field image from New South Wales' origin win in Perth while Ms Palaszczuk thought the trio were "naturally" Queenslanders.
The Three Well Known Australians is on display at Outback at Isa until April 23.
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