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P.J. Harvey

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P.J. Harvey, by Ian Dickson, 11 May 1995 - NPG x125367 - © Ian

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P.J. Harvey

by Ian Dickson
colour archival art inkjet print, 11 May 1995
14 7/8 in. x 10 in. (378 mm x 254 mm)
Purchased, 2002
Photographs Collection
NPG x125367

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