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Allen Jones

(1937-), Artist

Sitter in 11 portraits
Artist of 3 portraits
Artist, printmaker and teacher of art, Jones studied at Hornsey Art School (1955-59) and the Royal College of Art (1959-60). An early Pop artist, Jones is best known for his stylish, brightly coloured paintings on themes such as buses, man/woman figures and images of glamour. From the mid 1960s his work was known for its fetishistic images, including female figures in the form of furniture pieces and metal cut-outs. Jones was elected a member of the Royal Academy in 1986.

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Allen Jones, by Allen Jones - NPG 5911

Allen Jones

by Allen Jones
oil on canvas, 1959-1960
On display in Room 32 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 5911

Allen Jones, by Clive Barker - NPG 5878

Allen Jones

by Clive Barker
coloured crayon on paper, 1984
NPG 5878

Allen Jones, by Lord Snowdon - NPG P539

Allen Jones

by Lord Snowdon
colour print, 1985
NPG P539

Allen Jones, by John Hedgecoe - NPG x13188

Allen Jones

by John Hedgecoe
platinum print, 1969
NPG x13188

Allen Jones, by Peter Stark - NPG x7759

Allen Jones

by Peter Stark
resin print, 1970s
NPG x7759

Allen Jones, by Bryan Wharton - NPG x88635

Allen Jones

by Bryan Wharton
bromide print, 24 January 1976
NPG x88635

Allen Jones, by Jill Kennington - NPG x127145

Allen Jones

by Jill Kennington
bromide print, 1987
NPG x127145

Allen Jones, by Nicholas Sinclair - NPG x77014

Allen Jones

by Nicholas Sinclair
gelatin silver print, 1993
NPG x77014

Allen Jones, by Dennis Toff - NPG x131349

Allen Jones

by Dennis Toff
archival inkjet print, 15 May 2007
NPG x131349

Royal Academicians In General Assembly, by Dennis Toff - NPG x134136

Royal Academicians In General Assembly

by Dennis Toff
C-type colour print, 28 May 2009
NPG x134136

Image currently unavailable owing to copyright restrictions

Allen Jones

by Lord Snowdon
gelatin silver print, 29 November 1963
NPG P1954


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