Diana, Princess of Wales

Diana, Princess of Wales, by Mario Testino, 1997 - NPG P1016 - © Mario Testino

© Mario Testino

Diana, Princess of Wales

by Mario Testino
Durst and Lambda bromide print, 1997
49 in. x 39 3/8 in. (1243 mm x 1001 mm)
Given by Mario Testino, 2003
Primary Collection
NPG P1016


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  • Mario Testino (1954-), Photographer. Artist of 22 portraits, Sitter in 3 portraits.

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Taken on a single day in 1997, Testino's photographs of the Princess created a sensation when they appeared, with their completely relaxed informality. 'My original reaction was to photograph her in her traditional role as the fairytale princess. Then I realized that the most exciting image you could hope to see of her was as if you were alone in private with her.'

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