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John Stanton Ward (1917-2007), Portrait painter, book illustrator and architectural draughtsman

Sitter in 7 portraits
Artist of 15 portraits
After studying at the Royal College of Art under Gilbert Spencer, Ward served with the Royal Engineers during the Second World War. He worked as an illustrator for Vogue before deciding to concentrate on portraiture. Elected to the Royal Academy in 1956, he resigned in 1997. Awarded a CBE in 1985.

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John Stanton Ward

by Norman Parkinson
C-type colour print, 1975
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John Stanton Ward; Sir Hugh Frank John Leggatt

by Christopher ('Chris') Amey
C-type colour print, 1986
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Princess Anne; John Stanton Ward

by Fritz Curzon
resin print, 1987-1988
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Princess Anne; John Stanton Ward

by Fritz Curzon
resin print, 1987-1988
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Princess Anne; John Stanton Ward

by Fritz Curzon
resin print, 1987-1988
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John Stanton Ward

by James Galloway
C-type colour print, May 2000
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John Stanton Ward

by Donald Neame
bromide fibre print, October 1988
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