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Michael Ward

(1929-2011), Photographer

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist of 63 portraits
Michael Ward joined the Sunday Times in the mid 1960s where he first met Bryan Wharton. Both photographers helped raise the visual impact of the paper in its drive to recruit the leading press photographers of the time.

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Diane Cilento, by Michael Ward - NPG x125655

Diane Cilento

by Michael Ward
bromide fibre print, 18 January 1961
NPG x125655

Tsai Chin, by Michael Ward - NPG x125657

Tsai Chin

by Michael Ward
bromide fibre print, 15 November 1961
NPG x125657

Pauline Boty, by Michael Ward - NPG x125013

Pauline Boty

by Michael Ward
bromide print, 1963
NPG x125013

Jane Asher, by Michael Ward - NPG x125656

Jane Asher

by Michael Ward
bromide fibre print, 9 July 1963
NPG x125656

Julie Christie, by Michael Ward - NPG x125694

Julie Christie

by Michael Ward
selenium-toned bromide print, 22 November 1963
NPG x125694

Glenda Jackson, by Michael Ward - NPG x125012

Glenda Jackson

by Michael Ward
bromide print, 1964
NPG x125012

Pauline Boty, by Michael Ward - NPG x125839

Pauline Boty

by Michael Ward
C-type colour print, 13 January 1964
NPG x125839

Frankie Howerd, by Michael Ward - NPG x125323

Frankie Howerd

by Michael Ward
toned bromide print, 1970
NPG x125323

Elizabeth Seal, by Michael Ward - NPG x128533

Elizabeth Seal

by Michael Ward
bromide fibre print, 6 June 1972
NPG x128533

Tina Brown, by Michael Ward - NPG x128534

Tina Brown

by Michael Ward
bromide fibre print, 17 February 1983
NPG x128534

John Piper, by Michael Ward - NPG x125468

John Piper

by Michael Ward
C-type colour print, 4 December 1983
NPG x125468

Image currently unavailable owing to copyright restrictions

Elizabeth Seal

by Michael Ward
selenium-toned bromide print, 3 December 1959
NPG x46675

Image currently unavailable owing to copyright restrictions

Shirley Anne Field

by Michael Ward
selenium-toned archival bromide print, 3 February 1959
NPG x46557

Image currently unavailable owing to copyright restrictions

Elizabeth Seal

by Michael Ward
selenium-toned bromide print, 15 May 1960
NPG x46676

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