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Fred Daniels

(1892-1959)

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist of 86 portraits
One of the first British film-stills photographers, working on films such as George Leyton's Lady Godiva (1927) before being recruited by director E.A. Dupont, to work on Piccadilly (1929) and Atlantic (1930). Later collaborated with Herbert Wilcox on films including Victoria the Great (1937) starring Anna Neagle. In 1941, Daniels met Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger and worked on many of The Archers key films including 49th Parallel 1941, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943), A Canterbury Tale (1944), A Matter of Life and Death (1946) and Black Narcissus (1947). Daniels photographs of the dancer Margaret Morris, were published in Margaret Morris Dancing (1925).

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Margaret Morris, by Fred Daniels - NPG x131936

Margaret Morris

by Fred Daniels
vintage bromide print, early 1920s
NPG x131936

Margaret Morris, by Fred Daniels - NPG x133209

Margaret Morris

by Fred Daniels
modern print from original negative, 1920s
NPG x133209

Ewald André ('E.A.') Dupont, by Fred Daniels - NPG x32920

Ewald André ('E.A.') Dupont

by Fred Daniels
cream-toned vintage bromide print, circa 1929
NPG x32920

Joan Barry, by Fred Daniels - NPG x133246

Joan Barry

by Fred Daniels
quarter-plate film negative, 1929
NPG x133246

Joan Barry, by Fred Daniels - NPG x133247

Joan Barry

by Fred Daniels
quarter-plate film negative, 1929
NPG x133247

Joan Barry, by Fred Daniels - NPG x133248

Joan Barry

by Fred Daniels
quarter-plate film negative, 1929
NPG x133248

Joan Barry, by Fred Daniels - NPG x133249

Joan Barry

by Fred Daniels
quarter-plate film negative, 1929
NPG x133249

Joan Barry, by Fred Daniels - NPG x133250

Joan Barry

by Fred Daniels
quarter-plate film negative, 1929
NPG x133250

Anna May Wong, by Fred Daniels - NPG x193441

Anna May Wong

by Fred Daniels
halftone reproduction tear sheet, published 30 October 1929
NPG x193441

Anna May Wong, by Fred Daniels - NPG x32924

Anna May Wong

by Fred Daniels
vintage bromide print on red card mount, 1929
NPG x32924

Two unknown men, by Fred Daniels - NPG x32921

Two unknown men

by Fred Daniels
vintage bromide print on red card mount, 1929
NPG x32921

Henry Byron Warner as Stephen Sorrell in 'Sorrell and Son', by Fred Daniels - NPG x133203

Henry Byron Warner as Stephen Sorrell in 'Sorrell and Son'

by Fred Daniels
cream-toned vintage bromide print, 1933
NPG x133203

Hugh Williams, by Fred Daniels - NPG x32915

Hugh Williams

by Fred Daniels
vintage bromide print, 1935
NPG x32915

Elisabeth Bergner in 'Escape Me Never', by Fred Daniels - NPG x32918

Elisabeth Bergner in 'Escape Me Never'

by Fred Daniels
cream-toned vintage bromide print on black card, 1935
NPG x32918

Two unknown sitters, by Fred Daniels - NPG x135608

Two unknown sitters

by Fred Daniels
cream-toned vintage bromide print on black card, late 1930s
NPG x135608

Margaretta Scott, by Fred Daniels - NPG x32913

Margaretta Scott

by Fred Daniels
vintage bromide print, 1940s
NPG x32913

Valerie Hobson, by Fred Daniels - NPG x32906

Valerie Hobson

by Fred Daniels
cream-toned vintage bromide print, 1940s
NPG x32906

Patricia Roc, by Fred Daniels - NPG x32912

Patricia Roc

by Fred Daniels
cream-toned vintage bromide print, 1940s
NPG x32912

Jack Emerson Skinner, by Fred Daniels - NPG x32922

Jack Emerson Skinner

by Fred Daniels
cream-toned vintage bromide print on red card mount, 1940s
NPG x32922

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