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Yoko Ono (1933-), Artist; second wife of John Lennon

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x137500

Anthony ('Tony') Cox; Yoko Ono; Victor Musgrave

by Unknown photographer
bromide print, 1967
NPG x137500

x199155

Yoko Ono

by Clay Perry
bromide print, 1967
NPG x199155

x131955

Yoko Ono; John Lennon

by Tom Blau
modern bromide print from original negative, November 1969
NPG x131955

x131956

Yoko Ono; John Lennon

by Tom Blau
modern bromide print from original negative, November 1969
NPG x131956

x131957

Yoko Ono; John Lennon

by Tom Blau
modern bromide print from original negative, November 1969
NPG x131957

x68800

Yoko Ono; John Lennon

by Herb Schmitz
bromide fibre print, early 1970s
NPG x68800

D17947(122)

Yoko Ono; John Lennon

by Cecil Beaton
pencil, 1969
NPG D17947(122)

P628

Yoko Ono; John Lennon

by Annie Leibovitz
C-type colour print, 1980
NPG P628

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