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Peter Everard Smith (1943-), Photographer

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist of 8 portraits

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x125575

Lewis Morley

by Peter Everard Smith
resin print, 13 May 1970
NPG x125575

x38394

Angus McBean

by Peter Everard Smith
bromide fibre print, 19 May 1987
NPG x38394

x134328

Michael Hamburger; Anne Beresford

by Peter Everard Smith
C-type colour print, 1992
NPG x134328

x131719

Maggie Cheung

by Peter Everard Smith
modern bromide print, 11 August 1994
NPG x131719

x125489

Beth Orton

by Peter Everard Smith
resin print, November 1998
NPG x125489

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Beth Orton

by Peter Everard Smith
colour print, March 2002
NPG x125490

x134329

Dame Carol Ann Duffy

by Peter Everard Smith
C-type colour print, August 2005
NPG x134329

x134426

Sir Geoffrey Hill

by Peter Everard Smith
C-type colour print, November 2009
NPG x134426

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