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Matthew R. Lewis

(1959-2009), Photographer

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist of 22 portraits

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Harry Diamond, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x200851

Harry Diamond

by Matthew R. Lewis
gelatin silver print, 1980s
NPG x200851

James Birch; Grayson Perry, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x200868

James Birch; Grayson Perry

by Matthew R. Lewis
bromide print, 1985
NPG x200868

Patrick Hughes, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x200865

Patrick Hughes

by Matthew R. Lewis
glossy bromide print, 1987
NPG x200865

Suzanne Treister, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x200866

Suzanne Treister

by Matthew R. Lewis
glossy bromide print, 1987
NPG x200866

Grayson Perry, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x200847

Grayson Perry

by Matthew R. Lewis
glossy bromide print on card, September 1988
NPG x200847

Grayson Perry, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x200848

Grayson Perry

by Matthew R. Lewis
glossy bromide print, September 1988
NPG x200848

Grayson Perry, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x200849

Grayson Perry

by Matthew R. Lewis
glossy bromide print, September 1988
NPG x200849

Grayson Perry, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x200850

Grayson Perry

by Matthew R. Lewis
glossy bromide print, late 1980s
NPG x200850

Grayson Perry, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x200864

Grayson Perry

by Matthew R. Lewis
glossy bromide print, September 1988
NPG x200864

David Emery Gascoyne, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x136365

David Emery Gascoyne

by Matthew R. Lewis
vintage bromide print, 1989
NPG x136365

Harold Acton, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x136788

Harold Acton

by Matthew R. Lewis
vintage bromide print, circa 1989
NPG x136788

Jack Birkett, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x136794

Jack Birkett

by Matthew R. Lewis
vintage bromide print, 1989
NPG x136794

Emmanuel Cooper, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x200867

Emmanuel Cooper

by Matthew R. Lewis
gelatin silver print, 1989
NPG x200867

Leigh Bowery, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x200877

Leigh Bowery

by Matthew R. Lewis
gelatin silver print, 1989
NPG x200877

Leigh Bowery, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x200878

Leigh Bowery

by Matthew R. Lewis
resin print, 1989
NPG x200878

Liz Dawn, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x136789

Liz Dawn

by Matthew R. Lewis
vintage bromide print, circa 1990
NPG x136789

Mark E. Smith, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x136790

Mark E. Smith

by Matthew R. Lewis
vintage bromide print, 1991
NPG x136790

Pam Hogg, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x136792

Pam Hogg

by Matthew R. Lewis
vintage bromide print, 1992
NPG x136792

John Craxton, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x136793

John Craxton

by Matthew R. Lewis
vintage bromide print, 1992
NPG x136793

Oasis, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x200879

Oasis

by Matthew R. Lewis
gelatin silver print, 1995
NPG x200879

Andrew Logan, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x136366

Andrew Logan

by Matthew R. Lewis
vintage bromide print, 1998
NPG x136366

Clare Shenstone, by Matthew R. Lewis - NPG x136791

Clare Shenstone

by Matthew R. Lewis
vintage bromide print, 2008
NPG x136791

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Andrew Logan

01 January 2017, 14:05

Taken in my studio- the Glasshouse in the Sky- wearing my resin covered apron!

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