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Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside (1933-), Architect

Sitter in 17 portraits
Born in Florence, Rogers trained at London's Architectural Association and Yale University. In 1963 he was one of the architectural practice Team 4, with Norman Foster, Wendy Cheesman and Su Rogers, whose work included the factory for Reliance Controls Ltd, Swindon (1967). He gained international recognition, with Renzo Piano, for the design of the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (1971-77). His other designs include Lloyd's Building, London (1986), European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg (1989-95), Millennium Dome, Greenwich (2000) and Maggie's Centre, London, which was awarded the Stirling Prize 2009. He was the 2007 Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate, and received a lifetime achievement at the 2006 Venice Biennale.

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Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Lord Snowdon
vintage bromide print, 20 July 1984
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6021

Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi
bronze bust, 1988
On display in Room 32 at the National Portrait Gallery
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Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi
pen and ink on tracing paper, 1988
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Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi
pencil and ink on tracing paper, 1988
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Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi
pencil and ink on tracing paper, 1988
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Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi
pencil and ink on tracing paper, 1988
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Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi
pencil and ink on tracing paper, 1988
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Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi
pencil and ink on tracing paper, 1988
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6022(7)

Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi
pencil and ink on tracing paper, 1988
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6022(8)

Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi
pencil and ink on tracing paper, 1988
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6022(9)

Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi
pencil and ink on tracing paper, 1988
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x23476

Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Michael Birt
bromide print, 15 October 1982
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x22472

Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Bill Brandt
bromide print on card mount, 1980
NPG x22472

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Sir Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside

by Michael Birt
bromide print, 15 October 1982
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