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Fay Godwin

(1931-2005), Photographer

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist of 48 portraits
Fay Godwin first took up photography in 1966, when she began to photograph her young children. Despite the lack of any formal training, she made a reputation for herself as a photographer of writers and, above all, of landscape, and collaborated among others with John Fowles, Ted Hughes and Alan Silitoe.

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René Cutforth, by Fay Godwin - NPG x12945

René Cutforth

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1969
NPG x12945

J.G. Ballard, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68238

J.G. Ballard

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68238

J.G. Ballard, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68239

J.G. Ballard

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68239

Sir William Empson, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68235

Sir William Empson

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68235

Sir William Empson, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68236

Sir William Empson

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68236

Alan Charles Brownjohn, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68243

Alan Charles Brownjohn

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68243

Alan Charles Brownjohn, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68244

Alan Charles Brownjohn

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68244

Desmond John Morris, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68247

Desmond John Morris

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68247

Desmond John Morris, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68246

Desmond John Morris

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68246

Robert Nye, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68232

Robert Nye

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68232

Ronald David Laing, by Fay Godwin - NPG x15444

Ronald David Laing

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x15444

Sir Peter Courtney Quennell, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68252

Sir Peter Courtney Quennell

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68252

Derek Robinson, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68240

Derek Robinson

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68240

Derek Robinson, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68241

Derek Robinson

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68241

Ursula Holden, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68251

Ursula Holden

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68251

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