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Mark Boxer

(1931-1988), Cartoonist

Sitter in 8 portraits
Artist of 26 portraits
Magazine editor, cartoonist and caricaturist. His cartoons, under the pen name 'Marc', appeared in the New Statesman (1970-78), The Times (1969-83) and Guardian (1983-88). After working for the Sunday Express and Lilliput he was invited by Jocelyn Stevens to become the Art Director of Queen. Boxer went on to launch the influential Sunday Times Magazine. In 1983 he returned to editing when he was appointed editor of the Tatler and, in 1987, editor-in-chief of Vogue.

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Noel Gilroy Annan, Baron Annan, by Mark Boxer - NPG 5920(2)

Noel Gilroy Annan, Baron Annan

by Mark Boxer
ink and pencil, 1960s
NPG 5920(2)

Kingsley Amis, by Mark Boxer - NPG 5920(1)

Kingsley Amis

by Mark Boxer
ink and black crayon, 1970s
NPG 5920(1)

Tony Benn, by Mark Boxer - NPG 5920(4)

Tony Benn

by Mark Boxer
ink and coloured crayon, 1970s
NPG 5920(4)

Basil Hume, by Mark Boxer - NPG 5920(13)

Basil Hume

by Mark Boxer
ink, 1970s
NPG 5920(13)

Bernard Levin, by Mark Boxer - NPG 5920(16)

Bernard Levin

by Mark Boxer
ink and pencil, 1970s
NPG 5920(16)

Jonathan Miller, by Mark Boxer - NPG 5920(18)

Jonathan Miller

by Mark Boxer
ink and pencil, 1970s
NPG 5920(18)

David Niven, by Mark Boxer - NPG 5920(19)

David Niven

by Mark Boxer
ink, 1970s
NPG 5920(19)

Harold Macmillan, 1st Earl of Stockton, by Mark Boxer - NPG 5920(23)

Harold Macmillan, 1st Earl of Stockton

by Mark Boxer
ink, pencil and black crayon, early 1970s
NPG 5920(23)

Auberon Waugh, by Mark Boxer - NPG 5920(24)

Auberon Waugh

by Mark Boxer
ink, 1970s
NPG 5920(24)

Clive Jenkins, by Mark Boxer - NPG 5920(14)

Clive Jenkins

by Mark Boxer
ink, 1971
NPG 5920(14)

Michael Foot, by Mark Boxer - NPG 5920(9)

Michael Foot

by Mark Boxer
ink and coloured crayon, 1976
NPG 5920(9)

Mark Boxer, by Mark Boxer - NPG 5920(25)

Mark Boxer

by Mark Boxer
ink, 1976
NPG 5920(25)

Graham Greene, by Mark Boxer - NPG 5920(11)

Graham Greene

by Mark Boxer
ink, 1977-1978
NPG 5920(11)

Raymond John Leppard, by Mark Boxer - NPG 6000

Raymond John Leppard

by Mark Boxer
pen, brush and ink, circa 1978-1982
NPG 6000

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