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David Levine (1926-2009)

Artist of 8 portraits

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D58

Anthony Eden, 1st Earl of Avon

by David Levine
pen, 1960s
NPG D58

D60

Richard Crossman

by David Levine
pen and ink, 1960s
NPG D60

D59

Alan John Percivale Taylor

by David Levine
pen and ink, 1965
NPG D59

D63

Harold Macmillan, 1st Earl of Stockton

by David Levine
pen and ink, 1966
NPG D63

D65

Bernard James Miles, Baron Miles

by David Levine
pen, 1967
NPG D65

D61

Vanessa Redgrave as Isadora Duncan

by David Levine
pen and ink, 1968
NPG D61

D64

Graham Greene

by David Levine
pen, 1970s-1980s
NPG D64

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