Daniel Stier (1966-)
Artist of 11 portraits
by Daniel StierC-type colour print, 23 October 2002NPG x128704
by Daniel Stierbromide fibre print with white surround, January 2003NPG x126288
by Daniel Stierbromide fibre print with white surround, January 2003NPG x126289
Immodesty Blaize (Kelly Fletcher)
by Daniel StierC-type colour print, 13 February 2008NPG x132582
by Daniel StierC-type colour print, 15 May 2009NPG x133140
by Daniel Stierarchival inkjet print, 9 December 2009NPG x134648
by Daniel Stierarchival inkjet print, 16 June 2010NPG x134647
by Daniel Stierarchival digital print, 24 May 2011NPG x135104
Katherine ('Kat') Driscoll
by Daniel Stierarchival Inkjet print, 27 March 2012NPG x137381
by Daniel Stierarchival Inkjet print, 23 April 2012NPG x137382
Mary Elizabeth King
by Daniel Stierarchival Inkjet print, 18 April 2012NPG x137383
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