If the sitter is a painter or sculptor: ""© The Lewinski Archive at Chatsworth / Bridgeman Images""; in all other cases: ""© Estate of Jorge Lewinski"".
by Jorge ('J.S.') Lewinski
bromide print on card mount, 1964
15 in. x 11 3/4 in. (380 mm x 300 mm)
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Sitterback to top
- Richard Hamilton (1922-2011), Painter. Sitter in 12 portraits, Artist of 2 portraits.
Artistback to top
- Jorge ('J.S.') Lewinski (1921-2008), Photographer. Artist of 103 portraits, Sitter in 1 portrait.
This portraitback to top
Hamilton is here pictured with his work Interior II (1964), one of two paintings to feature a silk screen print of the actress Patricia Knight based on a still from the film Shockproof (1948). In Interior II, Hamilton sought to recast the period setting of Interior I (1964) in the contemporary, including an Yves Klein monochrome and an Eames chair. Hamilton produced a number of works picturing interiors during his career that defy a straightforward narrative reading. He described the interior as '… a museum, with the lingering residues of decorative styles that an inhabited space collects'.
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Events of 1964back to top
Current affairsHarold Wilson narrowly wins the general election for the Labour Party, the first of his four election victories.
Peter Allen and Gwynne Evans become the last people to be executed in the United Kingdom before capital punishment was abolished in 1965.
The Sun newspaper replaces the Daily Herald.
Art and scienceTop of the Pops begins its rein as the longest running television music show. The first broadcast was presented by Jimmy Savile and included the Rolling Stones, Dusty Springfield, The Hollies and The Beatles, who were the show's first number 1 with I Want to Hold Your Hand.
InternationalThe Civil Rights Act is passed in the USA, outlawing discrimination based on race, colour, religion, sex or national origin. The Act abolished the 'Jim Crow Laws' in the Southern States, making forced segregation illegal.
After spending two years in prison Nelson Mandela is sentenced to Life in Prison for the crimes of sabotage and crimes equivalent to treason against the Republic of South Africa.