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Prince Andrew, Duke of York (1960-), Second son of Queen Elizabeth II

Sitter associated with 35 portraits
Artist of 5 portraits
Prince Andrew, The Queen's second son, married Miss Sarah Ferguson in 1986 who he later divorced. The Prince was created Duke of York on the day of their wedding.

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P1634

Prince Edward; Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Andrew, Duke of York

by Studio Lisa (Lisa Sheridan)
C-type colour print, March 1966
NPG P1634

P1635

Prince Edward; Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Andrew, Duke of York

by Studio Lisa (Lisa Sheridan)
bromide print, March 1966
NPG P1635

P1577

Queen Elizabeth II and her family

by Thomas Patrick John Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield
bromide print, November 1967
NPG P1577

P1543

Queen Elizabeth II and her family

by Desmond Groves
bromide print, 12 April 1971
NPG P1543

P1545

Queen Elizabeth II and her family

by Desmond Groves
C-type colour print, April 12 1971
NPG P1545

P1547

Queen Elizabeth II and her family

by Desmond Groves
C-type colour print, 12 April 1971
NPG P1547

P1578

Queen Elizabeth II and her family

by Thomas Patrick John Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield
C-type colour print, Summer 1972
NPG P1578

P1411

Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Philip; Prince Edward; Prince Andrew, Duke of York

by Godfrey Argent
C-type colour print, October 1974
NPG P1411

x193045

'Royal Family at Balmoral Castle'

published by The Photographic Greeting Card Co Ltd
bromide postcard print, 1960
NPG x193045

x29587

Prince Andrew, Duke of York; Prince Edward

by Tom Blau
bromide print, 1972
NPG x29587

x29588

Prince Andrew, Duke of York; Prince Edward

by Tom Blau
bromide print, 1972
NPG x29588

x27533

Prince Andrew, Duke of York

by Koo Stark
bromide print, 1980s
NPG x27533

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