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Edward David Brynmor Jones

(1939-), Architect

Sitter in 6 portraits
Architect of NPG2000: the Ondaatje Wing at the National Portrait Gallery (2000) along with Sir Jeremy Dixon. Dixon and Jones have been in partnership since 1989; their work includes the new Opera House for Covent Garden (1983-1999), buildings for the Henry Moore Foundation in Leeds (1989-1993), for Darwin College, Cambridge (1989, 1994) and the Venice Bus Station (1990).

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Edward David Brynmor Jones; Sir (David) Jeremy Dixon, by Sandra Lousada - NPG x135468

Edward David Brynmor Jones; Sir (David) Jeremy Dixon

by Sandra Lousada
gelatin silver print, 1994
NPG x135468

The Builders, by John Goto - NPG x88803

The Builders

by John Goto
MicroPiezo print, 1999-2000
NPG x88803

Jeremy Dixon; Edward David Brynmor Jones, by Valerie Bennett - NPG x128269

Jeremy Dixon; Edward David Brynmor Jones

by Valerie Bennett
bromide fibre print, 2004
NPG x128269

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