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Sir Anthony Dowell

(1943-), Ballet dancer; artistic director of The Royal Ballet

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Dancer and former artistic director of the Royal Ballet (1986-2001). Dowell joined the Royal Ballet in 1961 and was promoted principal dancer in 1966, becoming one of the foremost dancers of his generation. Among the most notable roles he has created are Oberon in The Dream (1964), Troyte in Enigma Variations (1968) and Beliaev in A Month in the Country (1976). In 2003 Dowell and Wayne Sleep make their debut as the Ugly Sisters in the Royal Ballet's new production of Frederic Ashton's Cinderella.

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Sir Anthony Dowell, by Lord Snowdon - NPG P1870

Sir Anthony Dowell

by Lord Snowdon
gelatin silver print, 9 October 1966
NPG P1870

Sir Anthony Dowell, by Bern Schwartz - NPG P1163

Sir Anthony Dowell

by Bern Schwartz
dye transfer print, 15 June 1977
NPG P1163

Antoinette Sibley; Sir Anthony Dowell, by Alan Bergman - NPG x125578

Antoinette Sibley; Sir Anthony Dowell

by Alan Bergman
selenium-toned bromide print, 1972
NPG x125578

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