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Anthony Buckley

(1912-1993), Photographer

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 214 portraits
Anthony Buckley opened his first portrait studio in 1937 and he quickly gained a reputation for his portraits of leading actresses of the day. After serving in World War II, he worked from a studio on St Alban's Street and then in the 1950s on New Bond Street, when he purchased the premises and business of Janet Jevons. In the early 1950s he worked in Dorothy Wilding's London studio. His reputation as a leading stage portraitist grew rapidly. In the 1960s he moved to Grosvenor Street, an address that better reflected his enhanced status as a royal photographer. His prints spanning the years 1937-75 were donated to the National Portrait Gallery in 1995.

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Lilli Palmer in 'A Girl Must Live', by Anthony Buckley - NPG x34527

Lilli Palmer in 'A Girl Must Live'

by Anthony Buckley
bromide print, 1938
NPG x34527

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
bromide print, 1960
NPG P1499

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
C-type colour print, October 1960
NPG P1495

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
C-type colour print, October 1960
NPG P1496

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
bromide print, October 1960
NPG P1497

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
bromide print, October 1960
NPG P1498

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Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

by Anthony Buckley
bromide print, October 1960
NPG P1500

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
C-type colour print, October 1960
NPG P1501

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Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

by Anthony Buckley
C-type colour print, October 1960
NPG P1502

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
C-type colour print, October 1960
NPG P1503

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
bromide print, 1962
NPG P1504

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
bromide print, 1962
NPG P1505

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
bromide print, 1962
NPG P1506

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
bromide print, 1962
NPG P1507

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
bromide print, 1962
NPG P1508

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
bromide print, 1962
NPG P1509

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
bromide print, 1962
NPG P1510

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
C-type colour print, 1962
NPG P1511

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Buckley
C-type colour print, 1969
NPG P1512

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