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Barry Ryan (1948-), Singer and photographer

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist of 6 portraits
Barry Ryan first came to the public's attention in the 1960s when he was part of a successful pop duo with his twin brother Paul. From the late 1970s he had a successful career as a fashion photographer and was published in magazines including Ritz, Deluxe and Zoom. In the 1990s he worked on a project compiling eighty portraits as a memorial to his brother who died in 1992.

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P580

Phil Collins

by Barry Ryan
bromide print, worked by hand, 1994
NPG P580

P581

Anthony Hopkins

by Barry Ryan
bromide print, worked by hand, 1994
NPG P581

P582

Brian Keenan

by Barry Ryan
bromide print, worked by hand, 1994
NPG P582

P583

John Le Carré

by Barry Ryan
bromide print, worked by hand, 1994
NPG P583

P585

Miranda Richardson

by Barry Ryan
bromide print, worked by hand, 1994
NPG P585

P584

Harold Pinter

by Barry Ryan
bromide print, worked by hand, 1994
NPG P584

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