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Sir Kenneth Macmillan

3 of 4 portraits of Sir Kenneth Macmillan

Sir Kenneth Macmillan, by Julian Broad, 26 October 1992 - NPG x88685 - © Julian Broad / National Portrait Gallery, London

© Julian Broad / National Portrait Gallery, London

Sir Kenneth Macmillan

by Julian Broad
bromide fibre print, 26 October 1992
10 3/4 in. x 15 1/2 in. (274 mm x 394 mm)
acquired, 1999
Photographs Collection
NPG x88685


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  • Julian Broad (1964-), Photographer. Artist of 18 portraits.

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This photograph was taken a month before MacMillan collapsed and died backstage during a performance of Mayerling at the Royal Opera House.

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  • Faces of the Century, 1999 (accompanying the exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery from 22 October 1999 to 30 January 2000), p. 206

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