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(Edward) Russell Westwood

(1911-1982), Photographer

Sitter in 3 portraits
Artist of 103 portraits
Starting his career in 1928, Russell Westwood first came to prominence as Head of Stills Photography at Warner Brothers' First National Film Production at Teddington Studios. There he made alluring and glamorous images of early British film stars such as Chili Bouchier, Greta Gynt, Hugh Williams and Max Miller. He also photographed Errol Flynn in Murder at Monte Carlo (1934), the star's first major role and his entry to a Hollywood career. In the late 1940s Westwood joined the staff of Weekly Illustrated, regularly taking cover pictures and features in colour as well as black and white.

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Max Miller, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG P351

Max Miller

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cream-toned bromide print, 1930s?
NPG P351

Esmond Knight, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x29890

Esmond Knight

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
bromide print, 1930s
NPG x29890

Moira Shearer; Léonide Massine, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x68253

Moira Shearer; Léonide Massine

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1948
NPG x68253

Ann Todd, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x68255

Ann Todd

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1948
NPG x68255

Arthur Fleischmann; Joyce Odiase (née Taylor), by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x68257

Arthur Fleischmann; Joyce Odiase (née Taylor)

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1948
NPG x68257

Arthur Fleischmann; Joyce Odiase (née Taylor), by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x68256

Arthur Fleischmann; Joyce Odiase (née Taylor)

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1948
NPG x68256

Margaretta Scott, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x35631

Margaretta Scott

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
matte bromide print, 1950s
NPG x35631

Mary Chipperfield, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x68254

Mary Chipperfield

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print, 1950s
NPG x68254

Lonnie Donegan, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x68258

Lonnie Donegan

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print, 1950s
NPG x68258

Kay Kendall, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x68273

Kay Kendall

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1950s
NPG x68273

Lonnie Donegan with three members of his band, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x68259

Lonnie Donegan with three members of his band

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1950s
NPG x68259

Cecil Beaton, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x68263

Cecil Beaton

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1950s
NPG x68263

Cecil Beaton, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x68264

Cecil Beaton

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1950s
NPG x68264

Feliks Topolski, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x68269

Feliks Topolski

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1950s
NPG x68269

Sir (William) Reginald Tuck, 2nd Bt with his assistant, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x126492

Sir (William) Reginald Tuck, 2nd Bt with his assistant

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1950s
NPG x126492

Zia Marshall; David Pett, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x126494

Zia Marshall; David Pett

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1950
NPG x126494

Elizabeth Flynn; Dickie Valentine (né Richard Brice), by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x126495

Elizabeth Flynn; Dickie Valentine (né Richard Brice)

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1950s
NPG x126495

Nadia Gray (née Kujnir-Herescu), by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x126496

Nadia Gray (née Kujnir-Herescu)

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1950s
NPG x126496

Hugh Edward Conway Seymour, 8th Marquess of Hertford, by (Edward) Russell Westwood - NPG x126497

Hugh Edward Conway Seymour, 8th Marquess of Hertford

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1950s
NPG x126497

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