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James F. Hunkin (1958-)

Artist of 58 portraits
James F. Hunkin was born in Manchester in 1958 and is a self-taught photographer. He has been taking portrait photographs since 1987. Two of his major projects have resulted in important photographic monographs. Changing Faces: A Decade at the Royal National Theatre (1997) was the summation of six years photographing people involved with the theatre. His portraits in Faces of Faith (1997) reflected the contemporary state of multi-faith Britain. Hunkin's work was first acquired for the National Portrait Gallery's collection in 1991.

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Peter Barnes

by James F. Hunkin
sepia-toned Agfa record rapid print, 1991
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Juliet Anne Virginia Stevenson

by James F. Hunkin
sepia-toned Agfa record rapid print, circa 1991
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Tilda Swinton

by James F. Hunkin
sepia-toned Agfa record rapid print, circa 1991
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Sir Tom Stoppard

by James F. Hunkin
bromide print, 1993
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Sir Richard Eyre

by James F. Hunkin
selenium-toned Kodak Ektalure print, 1993
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Sir Nigel Barnard Hawthorne

by James F. Hunkin
selenium-toned Kodak Ektalure print, 1994
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Frances de la Tour

by James F. Hunkin
selenium-toned Kodak Ektalure print, 1994
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Stephen Daldry

by James F. Hunkin
selenium-toned Kodak Ektalure print, 1994
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Peter Stephen Paul Brook

by James F. Hunkin
Kodak Ektalure print, 1994
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Simon Callow

by James F. Hunkin
bromide print, 1996
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Leonard William McComb

by James F. Hunkin
bromide fibre print, February 1998
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Stephen Frederick Godfrey Farthing

by James F. Hunkin
bromide fibre print, April 1999
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Geoffrey Clarke

by James F. Hunkin
bromide fibre print, June 2000
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Brendan Robert Neiland

by James F. Hunkin
bromide fibre print, May 2000
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Dame Ann Patricia Dowling

by James F. Hunkin
R-type colour print, November 2000
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(William) Ian Liddell

by James F. Hunkin
R-type colour print, November 2000
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Wilson Che Kei Poon

by James F. Hunkin
R-type colour print, October 2000
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Martin John Rees, Baron Rees of Ludlow

by James F. Hunkin
R-type colour print, October 2000
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Robert Clatworthy

by James F. Hunkin
bromide fibre print, July 2001
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Maurice Cockrill

by James F. Hunkin
bromide fibre print, June 2001
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