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Chris Levine (1972-)

Artist associated with 4 portraits
Levine was born in Ontario, Canada, in 1972. After studying graphic design at Chelsea School of Art and computer graphics at Central Saint Martins School of Art, he went on to produce a body of work that embraces photography, lasers, holography and stage design in which light is a central, connecting theme. Levine describes this range of activity as that of a 'light artist'.

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6979

Helena Ann Kennedy, Baroness Kennedy of the Shaws

by Chris Levine
lenticular print on lightbox, 2013
On display in Room 38A at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 6979

6963

Queen Elizabeth II ('Lightness of Being')

by Chris Levine
lenticular print on lightbox, 2007
NPG 6963

6936

Queen Elizabeth II ('Equanimity')

by Chris Levine, by Rob Munday
lenticular print on lightbox, 2012
On display Beningbrough Hall, York, UK in the exhibition 'Royals: then & now' at Beningbrough Hall
NPG 6936

D42660

Queen Elizabeth II

by Chris Levine, by Rob Munday, printed by Cartor Security Printing, issued by Jersey Post
holographic stamp, issued 1 June 2012
NPG D42660

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