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Mark Boxer (1931-1988), Cartoonist

Sitter in 8 portraits
Artist of 26 portraits
Magazine editor, cartoonist and caricaturist. His cartoons, under the pen name 'Marc', appeared in the New Statesman (1970-78), The Times (1969-83) and Guardian (1983-88). After working for the Sunday Express and Lilliput he was invited by Jocelyn Stevens to become the Art Director of Queen. Boxer went on to launch the influential Sunday Times Magazine. In 1983 he returned to editing when he was appointed editor of the Tatler and, in 1987, editor-in-chief of Vogue.

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Mark Boxer

by John Hedgecoe
bromide print, 1958
NPG P770


Mark Boxer

by Mark Boxer
ink, 1976
NPG 5920(25)


Mark Boxer

by Antony Barrington Brown
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 1953
NPG x135393


Mark Boxer

by Antony Barrington Brown
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 1953
NPG x135394


Mark Boxer

by Antony Barrington Brown, for Camera Press
bromide press print, 1953
NPG x137248


Lady Arabella Boxer (née Stuart); Mark Boxer

by Desmond O'Neill
bromide press print, 29 June 1966
NPG x184300


Victoria Katherine Gray (née Rothschild); Mark Boxer

by Angela Gorgas
modern bromide print from original negative, 1979
NPG x133017


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