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Sam Barker

(1971-), Photographer

Artist of 14 portraits

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Oliver Bernard, by Sam Barker - NPG x87722

Oliver Bernard

by Sam Barker
bromide fibre print, 13 March 1998
NPG x87722

John Francis Alexander Heath-Stubbs, by Sam Barker - NPG x87718

John Francis Alexander Heath-Stubbs

by Sam Barker
bromide fibre print, 3 March 1998
NPG x87718

Ana Maria Pacheco, by Sam Barker - NPG x87723

Ana Maria Pacheco

by Sam Barker
bromide fibre print, 15 May 1998
NPG x87723

Barbara Trapido, by Sam Barker - NPG x87721

Barbara Trapido

by Sam Barker
bromide fibre print, 28 February 1998
NPG x87721

Kit Wright, by Sam Barker - NPG x87720

Kit Wright

by Sam Barker
bromide fibre print, 23 May 1998
NPG x87720

Tai-Shan Schierenberg, by Sam Barker - NPG x88857

Tai-Shan Schierenberg

by Sam Barker
C-type colour print, March 2000
NPG x88857

Sean Bean, by Sam Barker - NPG x88858

Sean Bean

by Sam Barker
bromide print, May 2000
NPG x88858

Joe Calzaghe, by Sam Barker - NPG x131361

Joe Calzaghe

by Sam Barker
archival inkjet print, March 2007
NPG x131361

Tony Alexander Adams, by Sam Barker - NPG x131362

Tony Alexander Adams

by Sam Barker
archival inkjet print, 2007
NPG x131362

Sir David Attenborough, by Sam Barker - NPG x199654

Sir David Attenborough

by Sam Barker
inkjet print, 2015
NPG x199654

Tim Peake, by Sam Barker - NPG x199982

Tim Peake

by Sam Barker
C-type colour print, January 2017
NPG x199982

Alfred Brendel, by Sam Barker - NPG x135916

Alfred Brendel

by Sam Barker
C-type colour print
NPG x135916

Christian Tage Forter Wolmar, by Sam Barker - NPG x135922

Christian Tage Forter Wolmar

by Sam Barker
C-type colour print
NPG x135922

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