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David Partner (1956-), Photographer

Artist of 31 portraits
David Partner is a self-taught photographer who has worked in Britain and internationally for over fifteen years. His work has been widely published and exhibited across the UK and his clients include many household names. In 2004 David Partner undertook a project to photograph prominent members of the Labour Government. He said of the venture, 'this is the largest set of portraits I have attempted, the whole project has taken over two years to realise. I got into places that few have access to, had the undivided attention of top ministers and produced some of my best portraits.'

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Douglas Garven Alexander

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 24 June 2004
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Hilary Benn

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 28 April 2004
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Benjamin Peter James Bradshaw

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 12 May 2004
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Richard George Caborn

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 10 May 2004
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Charles Rodway Clarke

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 9 June 2004
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Charles Leslie Falconer, Baron Falconer

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 16 June 2004
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Alistair Maclean Darling

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 27 May 2004
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(David) Geoffrey Nigel Filkin, Baron Filkin

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 16 June 2004
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Kim Scott Howells

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 27 May 2004
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Alan Johnson

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 8 June 2004
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Ruth Maria Kelly

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 14 January 2004
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Ian McCartney

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 12 May 2004
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Andrew Robert McIntosh, Baron McIntosh

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 10 May 2004
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Alun Edward Michael

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 12 May 2004
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Alan Milburn

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 18 October 2004
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David Miliband

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 9 June 2004
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Chris Mullin

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 4 May 2004
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Michael O'Brien

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 4 May 2004
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John Reid

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 24 February 2004
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David John Sainsbury, Baron Sainsbury of Turville

by David Partner
selenium-toned bromide fibre print, 21 June 2004
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