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Donald MacLellan (1967-), Photographer

Artist of 46 portraits
Donald MacLellan was born in the West Highlands of Scotland in 1967. He is a leading portrait photographer whose first solo exhibition Black Power showed at the National Portrait Gallery in London in 1998. Empire magazine commissioned MacLellan to create a portfolio of Scotland's best actors in 2000, resulting in another exhibition, Tartan Army, at the National Portrait Gallery. MacLellan's work appears regularly in current newspapers and magazines.

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Bill Morris

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 27 November 1996
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Heather Victoria Rabbatts

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 25 September 1996
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Dalton McConney

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 24 October 1996
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Lola Young, Baroness Young of Hornsey

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 26 November 1996
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Stuart McPhail Hall

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 26 July 1996
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Trevor Robinson

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 20 August 1996
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Ian Hall

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 30 May 1996
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Christopher B-Lynch

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 24 October 1996
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Lenny Henry

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 5 September 1996
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Benjamin Zephaniah

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 29 August 1996
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Margaret Busby (Nana Akua Ackon)

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 25 November 1996
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Paul Boateng

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 11 September 1996
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John Tucker Mugabi Sentamu

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 8 November 1996
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Patricia Janet Scotland, Baroness Scotland of Asthal

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 28 May 1997
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Sonia Boyce

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 24 April 1997
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J. Kofi Bucknor

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 14 January 1997
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Joan Riley

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 11 February 1997
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Denise Everett

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 26 February 1997
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John Anthony Roberts

by Donald MacLellan
toned bromide print, 28 January 1997
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John David Beckett Taylor, Baron Taylor of Warwick

by Donald MacLellan
bromide print, 20 August 1997
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