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Dusty Springfield

(1939-1999), Singer

Sitter in 14 portraits
Springfield launched her solo career in 1963 with I Only Want to Be With You following her success with folk-based trio the Springfields. Her 1960s hits also included I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself (1964) and Son of a Preacher Man (1968). In 1987 Springfield returned to the charts with the Pet Shop Boys with What Have I Done to Deserve This?. She was awarded an OBE for services to the music industry in January 1999.

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Dusty Springfield, by Vivienne - NPG x137767

Dusty Springfield

by Vivienne
vintage colour print, 1960s
NPG x137767

Dusty Springfield, by Unknown photographer - NPG x194191

Dusty Springfield

by Unknown photographer
7 1/2 inch square colour transparency, 1960s
NPG x194191

Dusty Springfield, by Vivienne - NPG x87920

Dusty Springfield

by Vivienne
vintage bromide print, 1962-1963
NPG x87920

Dusty Springfield, by Vivienne - NPG x87921

Dusty Springfield

by Vivienne
vintage bromide print, 1962-1963
NPG x87921

Dusty Springfield, by Val Wilmer - NPG x125340

Dusty Springfield

by Val Wilmer
bromide fibre print, 6 June 1964
NPG x125340

Dusty Springfield, by Bill Francis - NPG x134878

Dusty Springfield

by Bill Francis
C-type colour print, 1965
NPG x134878

Dusty Springfield, by (Dezider) Dezo Hoffmann - NPG x125286

Dusty Springfield

by (Dezider) Dezo Hoffmann
R-type colour print, 1965
NPG x125286

Dusty Springfield, by John d'Green - NPG x88427

Dusty Springfield

by John d'Green
bromide print, 1967
NPG x88427

Dusty Springfield, by Vivienne - NPG x87919

Dusty Springfield

by Vivienne
vintage bromide print, 1967-1968
NPG x87919

Dusty Springfield, by Peter Rand - NPG x136006

Dusty Springfield

by Peter Rand
bromide print, 27 June 1968
NPG x136006

Dusty Springfield, by Mike Owen - NPG x135228

Dusty Springfield

by Mike Owen
bromide fibre print, 1994
NPG x135228

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The Springfields

by Richi Howell
bromide print, 1963
NPG x132585

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The Springfields

by Richi Howell
bromide print, 1963
NPG x132586


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