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David Gwinnutt (1961-)

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist of 6 portraits
Born in Derbyshire, Gwinnutt graduated from Middlesex University in 1984. He was part of the 'Blitz Kid' group and the subsequent avant garde crowd that fuelled the club scene of 1980's London. His un-posed portraits, taken in intimate settings away from the club scene, show us the private side of his subject and offer us a candid insight into their world.

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Trojan; Leigh Bowery

by David Gwinnutt
bromide fibre print, 1983
NPG x131399

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John Richard Schlesinger

by David Gwinnutt
bromide fibre print, 1983
NPG x131414

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Neil Vivian Bartlett

by David Gwinnutt
bromide fibre print, 1986
NPG x131400

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David Gwinnutt; Quentin Crisp (Dennis Charles Pratt)

by David Gwinnutt
bromide print, 1986
NPG x139979

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Joe Tilson

by David Gwinnutt
bromide print on beige paper mount, 1988
NPG x31830

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Corinne Day

by David Gwinnutt
bromide fibre print, 1996
NPG x131398

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