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Nicholas Sinclair (1954-), Photographer

Artist of 30 portraits
Nicholas Sinclair was born in London in 1954 and started working as a photographer in 1982. His work has been widely exhibited and published in Britain and Europe and three books of his work have been published: The Chameleon Body (1996), Portraits of Artists (2000) and Crossing the Water (2002). Sinclair works principally as a portrait photographer with a strong interest in identity and the idea of evolving, shifting and multiple identities.

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P704

Sir Harold Walter Kroto

by Nicholas Sinclair
bromide print, 1997
NPG P704

x38834

Sir (John) Kyffin Williams

by Nicholas Sinclair
selenium-toned silver print, 1987
NPG x38834

x38827

(Leslie) James Gardner

by Nicholas Sinclair
selenium-toned silver print, 1988
NPG x38827

x38829

Dame Wendy Margaret Hiller

by Nicholas Sinclair
selenium-toned silver print, 1989
NPG x38829

x38830

Sir John Mills

by Nicholas Sinclair
selenium-toned silver print, 1990
NPG x38830

x38832

Paul Schofield

by Nicholas Sinclair
selenium-toned silver print, 1990
NPG x38832

x38833

Paul Schofield

by Nicholas Sinclair
selenium-toned silver print, 1990
NPG x38833

x38828

Sidonie Goossens

by Nicholas Sinclair
selenium-toned silver print, 1991
NPG x38828

x38420

Dame Gwen Lucy Ffrangcon-Davies

by Nicholas Sinclair
platinum print, 1991
NPG x38420

x88163

Sir (John) Kyffin Williams

by Nicholas Sinclair
bromide print, 1992
NPG x88163

x77015

Joe Tilson

by Nicholas Sinclair
selenium-toned bromide print, 22 December 1992
NPG x77015

x38831

Robert Morley

by Nicholas Sinclair
selenium-toned silver print, 1992
NPG x38831

x38826

Cyril James Cusack

by Nicholas Sinclair
selenium-toned silver print, 1992
NPG x38826

x77010

Laura Godfrey-Isaacs

by Nicholas Sinclair
gelatin silver print, 1992
NPG x77010

x77012

Howard Hodgkin

by Nicholas Sinclair
gelatin silver print, 1992
NPG x77012

x77016

William Turnbull

by Nicholas Sinclair
gelatin silver print, 1992
NPG x77016

x77013

Tess Jaray

by Nicholas Sinclair
selenium-toned bromide print, 1993
NPG x77013

x77009

Caroline Coon

by Nicholas Sinclair
selenium-toned bromide print, 1993
NPG x77009

x77017

Sir (John) Kyffin Williams

by Nicholas Sinclair
gelatin silver print, 1993
NPG x77017

x77007

Gillian Ayres

by Nicholas Sinclair
gelatin silver print, 1993
NPG x77007

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