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Michael Frith (1951-), Painter and illustrator

Sitter in 3 portraits
Artist of 2 portraits

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Michael Frith; Michael John Molloy

by Alan Olley
C-type colour print, 1987
NPG x29557

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Michael Frith; Michael John Molloy

by Alan Olley
resin print, 1987
NPG x29558

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Michael Frith; Michael John Molloy

by Alan Olley
resin print, 1987
NPG x29559

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