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David Buckland

(1949-), Photographer

Artist of 8 portraits
Known equally well for his stage designs and innovative photography Buckland was a student at the London College of Printing 1967-70 and had his first one-man show in 1982 at the Northern Arts Gallery, Newcastle and has exhibited internationally since then. Four of his large-scale cibachrome portraits using front projection were shown at the National Portrait Gallery in a 1985 survey show of young photographers followed by his 1999 one-man show Performances featuring advanced digital work.

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Michael Clark ('The New Puritan'), by David Buckland - NPG P858

Michael Clark ('The New Puritan')

by David Buckland
cibachrome print, 1985
NPG P858

Daley Thompson, by David Buckland - NPG P323

Daley Thompson

by David Buckland
cibachrome print, October 1986
NPG P323

Fiona Shaw, by David Buckland - NPG P752

Fiona Shaw

by David Buckland
Iris print, 1998-1999
NPG P752

Siobhan Davies, by David Buckland - NPG P753

Siobhan Davies

by David Buckland
Iris print, 1998-1999
NPG P753

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Elisabeth Frink

by David Buckland
cibachrome print, May 1990
NPG x47160




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