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Brian Aris (1946-), Photographer

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist of 10 portraits

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Rod Stewart

by Brian Aris
bromide fibre print, 1975
NPG x87844


Wham! (George Michael; Andrew Ridgeley)

by Brian Aris
bromide fibre print, 1982
NPG x87845


Band Aid

by Brian Aris
bromide fibre print, 1984
NPG x87846


Susan Melody George

by Brian Aris
bromide print, 1985
NPG x34562


Twiggy Lawson (née Lesley Hornby)

by Brian Aris
gelatin silver print, 1994
NPG x133185


Paula Yates

by Brian Aris
cibachrome print, January 1994
NPG x125848


Queen Elizabeth II

by Brian Aris
C-type colour print, 1996
NPG P1412


Queen Elizabeth II

by Brian Aris
C-type colour print, 1996
NPG P1413


Queen Elizabeth II

by Brian Aris
C-type colour print, 1996
NPG P1414

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