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Annie Lennox (1954-), Pop singer; singer for Eurythmics

Sitter in 6 portraits
Aberdeen-born Lennox found major pop fame with Dave Stewart as The Eurythmics between 1981 and their split in 1989. In 1983, the duo had four top ten hits including Sweet Dreams and Who's That Girl. Accompanying videos explored issues of gender and cross-dressing creating a powerful new type of femine iconography. Lennox's solo career was launched by her 5 million plus sales and Brit-awarded album Diva (1992) which produced six further hit singles.

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Annie Lennox

by Peter Ashworth
C-type colour print, 1983
NPG x199193


Annie Lennox

by Peter Ashworth
C-type colour print, 1983
NPG x199194


Annie Lennox

by Eric Watson
colour print, 1983
NPG x125307


Eurythmics (Annie Lennox; David Stewart)

by Eric Watson
cibachrome print from original transparency, 1983
NPG x87628


Annie Lennox

by Alastair Thain
colour print, 1988
NPG x45105


Annie Lennox

by Bryan Adams
C-type colour print, 20 February 2008
NPG x131980


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