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Anthony Crickmay (1937-)

Artist of 7 portraits
Anthony Crickmay is a leading photographer of dancers. His first photographic job was as assistant to the studio photographer Lotte Meitner-Graf and in 1958 he set up his own studio concentrating on theatre, opera and especially dance. Crickmay has worked for all the major newspaper chains and magazine groups, and has exhibited work at the Theatre Museum. He has also published several books. As well as photographing stars of the theatre, opera and dance around the world, in more recent years he has photographed many members of the British Royal Family.

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Sir Frederick Ashton

by Anthony Crickmay
bromide print, 1962
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Sir Frederick Ashton

by Anthony Crickmay
bromide print, 1962
NPG x119

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Sir John Pope-Hennessy

by Anthony Crickmay
bromide press print, 1966
NPG x182356

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Prince Michael of Kent; Princess Michael of Kent

by Anthony Crickmay
bromide print on card mount, 1986
NPG x29860

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Sir Kenneth Macmillan

by Anthony Crickmay
archival digital print, 18 January 1989
NPG x137288

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Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother

by Anthony Crickmay
cibachrome print, 1990
NPG x36428

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Crickmay
bromide print, November 2001
NPG x134854

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