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Roger Hilton

(1911-1975), Painter

Sitter in 11 portraits
Artist of 2 portraits
Painter; during early 1950s painted mostly abstract works, largely in black, white and a few earth colours; after visits to Cornwall from 1956 his paintings became more allusive and in 1961 began a series of large female nudes which are among his best known work.

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Roger Hilton, by Roger Hilton - NPG 5725

Roger Hilton

by Roger Hilton
pencil, circa 1940
NPG 5725

Roger Hilton, by Roger Mayne - NPG P999

Roger Hilton

by Roger Mayne
modern bromide print from original negative, 1956
NPG P999

Roger Hilton, by Lord Snowdon - NPG P797(23)

Roger Hilton

by Lord Snowdon
bromide print, 21 November 1963
NPG P797(23)

Roger Hilton, by Andrew Lanyon - NPG P1343

Roger Hilton

by Andrew Lanyon
bromide print, April 1966
NPG P1343

Roger Hilton, by Roger Hilton - NPG 6902

Roger Hilton

by Roger Hilton
ink and wash, late 1960s-early 1970s
NPG 6902

Roger Hilton, by Andrew Lanyon - NPG P1344

Roger Hilton

by Andrew Lanyon
bromide print, May 1968
NPG P1344

Roger Hilton, by Ida Kar - NPG x135199

Roger Hilton

by Ida Kar
vintage bromide print, 1960
NPG x135199

Roger Hilton; Rose Hilton (née Phipps), by J.S. Lewinski - NPG x134478

Roger Hilton; Rose Hilton (née Phipps)

by J.S. Lewinski
bromide print, late 1960s
NPG x134478

Roger Hilton, by Nicholas Elder - NPG x4035

Roger Hilton

by Nicholas Elder
bromide print on card mount, July 1972
NPG x4035

Roger Hilton, by Mayotte Magnus - NPG x138818

Roger Hilton

by Mayotte Magnus
modern bromide print from original negative, 1973
NPG x138818

Roger Hilton, by Mayotte Magnus - NPG x138819

Roger Hilton

by Mayotte Magnus
modern bromide print from original negative, 1973
NPG x138819

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