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Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989), Photographer

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist of 7 portraits
New York-born photographer; trained as a sculptor, exhibited from 1976; master of the portrait, still-life, nude and homo-erotic photograph; NPG retrospective: Mapplethorpe Portraits 1975-87 (1988)

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P750

Dame Freya Madeline Stark

by Robert Mapplethorpe
bromide print laid on card, 1975
NPG P750

P749

Lord Snowdon

by Robert Mapplethorpe
bromide print laid on card, 1979
NPG P749

P748

John Curry

by Robert Mapplethorpe
bromide print laid on card, 1982
NPG P748

P747

Jasper Alexander Thirlby Conran

by Robert Mapplethorpe
bromide print laid on card, 1986
NPG P747

P1308

Angus McBean

by Robert Mapplethorpe
vintage bromide print, 1988
NPG P1308

x45045

Doris Jean Saatchi (née Lockhart)

by Robert Mapplethorpe
bromide print, December 1983
NPG x45045

x45046

Doris Jean Saatchi (née Lockhart)

by Robert Mapplethorpe
December 1983
NPG x45046

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