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John Hedgecoe


Artist associated with 22 portraits
John Hedgecoe joined Queen magazine as staff photographer straight from art college in 1957. In 1965, he established the Photography Department at the Royal College of Art, where he was Professor of Photography from 1975 to 1994. His photographs have appeared in publications such as Queen, Harper's and Queen, the Observer, The Times and the Sunday Times. He is the author of numerous books including Portraits (2000), which formed the basis of a display at the National Portrait Gallery.

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Henry Moore, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P774

Henry Moore

by John Hedgecoe
bromide print, circa 1953-1960
NPG P774

Mark Boxer, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P770

Mark Boxer

by John Hedgecoe
bromide print, 1958
NPG P770

Vita Sackville-West, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P775

Vita Sackville-West

by John Hedgecoe
bromide print, 1958
NPG P775

Sir Stanley Spencer, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P161

Sir Stanley Spencer

by John Hedgecoe
platinum print, 1959
NPG P161

Alan Sillitoe, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P776

Alan Sillitoe

by John Hedgecoe
bromide print, 1959
NPG P776

Gladys Bertha ('G.B.') Stern, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P777

Gladys Bertha ('G.B.') Stern

by John Hedgecoe
bromide print, 1960
NPG P777

R.S. Thomas, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P779

R.S. Thomas

by John Hedgecoe
bromide print, 1966
NPG P779

The Humanist Society, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P782

The Humanist Society

by John Hedgecoe
bromide print, 1966
NPG P782

Graham Vivian Sutherland, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P162

Graham Vivian Sutherland

by John Hedgecoe
platinum print, 1968
NPG P162

Agatha Christie; Sir Max Mallowan, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P771

Agatha Christie; Sir Max Mallowan

by John Hedgecoe
bromide print, 1969
NPG P771

Sir (Bertram) Clough Williams-Ellis, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P780

Sir (Bertram) Clough Williams-Ellis

by John Hedgecoe
cibachrome print, 1969
NPG P780

Francis Bacon, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P158

Francis Bacon

by John Hedgecoe
platinum print, 1970
NPG P158

Barbara Hepworth, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P773

Barbara Hepworth

by John Hedgecoe
cibachrome print, 1970
NPG P773

David Hockney, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P160

David Hockney

by John Hedgecoe
platinum print, 1971
NPG P160

Richard Hamilton, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P159

Richard Hamilton

by John Hedgecoe
platinum print, 1972
NPG P159

Sir Misha Black, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P769

Sir Misha Black

by John Hedgecoe
bromide print, 1975
NPG P769

(Francis) George Steiner, by John Hedgecoe - NPG P778

(Francis) George Steiner

by John Hedgecoe
bromide print, 1977
NPG P778

Allen Jones, by John Hedgecoe - NPG x13188

Allen Jones

by John Hedgecoe
platinum print, 1969
NPG x13188

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