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Geoff Wilson (1957-)

Artist of 9 portraits
Studied at Goldsmiths College, London; works mainly in design, editorial and advertising, specialising in people and portraiture. He is currently continuing work on two projects, one on Labour MPs and another on British film directors.

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Bernie Grant

by Geoff Wilson
toned bromide print, May 1987
NPG x76445


Sir Denys Louis Lasdun

by Geoff Wilson
bromide fibre print, October 1991
NPG x76446


Diane Julie Abbott

by Geoff Wilson
bromide fibre print, April 1992
NPG x76443


Tony Benn

by Geoff Wilson
toned bromide print, 22 December 1992
NPG x76444


Dennis Edward Skinner

by Geoff Wilson
R-type colour print, 27 November 1992
NPG x76447


Chris Smith

by Geoff Wilson
bromide print, April 1992
NPG x76448


Dame Harriet Mary Walter

by Geoff Wilson
bromide fibre print, April 1992
NPG x76449


Gordon Brown

by Geoff Wilson
bromide print, 1998
NPG x88359


Charles Kennedy

by Geoff Wilson
C-type colour print, 17 February 2000
NPG x88358

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