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Clive Strutt

Artist of 2 portraits
With a passion for photography since childhood, Clive Strutt left school and trained as a news photographer. He opened his own freelance agency, aged 21, undertaking still and television filming. His photographs of composer Benjamin Britten are especially well known. He has been published worldwide. After a career break, he is now retired from mainstream photography but still undertakes travel and yachting assignments and the occasional commissioned work. He has had a book of photographs published A Setting for a Suffolk Festival themed on Britten's Suffolk.

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Benjamin Britten

by Clive Strutt
glossy bromide print, 1966
NPG x15253

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Benjamin Britten; Peter Pears

by Clive Strutt
bromide print, 1967
NPG x15256

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