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Norman Robert Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank (1935-), Architect

Sitter in 7 portraits
Lord Foster has established an international reputation with projects as diverse as the New German Parliament in the Reichstag in Berlin, Chek Lap Kok International Airport and the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank in Hong Kong. His current and recent work includes Beijing Airport, the largest construction project in the world, the Great Court at The British Museum in London and the extension of the State Pushkin Museum of Fine Art, Russia.

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Norman Robert Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank

by Grant Smith
bromide print, January 1995
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Norman Robert Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank

by Julian Anderson
bromide fibre print, 1996
NPG x87799

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Norman Robert Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, November 1998
NPG x88410

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Norman Robert Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank

by Richard Townshend
Iris print, 29 October 2001
NPG x125274

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Norman Robert Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank

by Philip Sayer
colour print from original transparency, 1985
NPG x76333

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