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Daniel Farson (1927-1997), Photographer and writer

Sitter in 4 portraits
Artist of 47 portraits
1950s television personality and photojournalist for Picture Post and Harper's Bazaar, best known as a chronicler of Soho in the 1950s and more recently as an art critic and writer of memoirs.

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Francis Bacon; Daniel Farson

by Terence Pepper
modern bromide print from original negative, 1987
NPG x135809

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Daniel Farson; Paul Raymond (Geoffrey Anthony Quinn)

by Terence Pepper
modern bromide print from original negative, 1987
NPG x135810

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Daniel Farson

by Bob Collins
2 1/4 inch square film transparency, 1993
NPG x126184

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Daniel Farson

by Alyson Hunter
bromide print, 1994
NPG x88693

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