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Patrick Jackson

(1959-), Photographer

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist of 13 portraits

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Joey de Rose, by Patrick Jackson - NPG x87754

Joey de Rose

by Patrick Jackson
bromide fibre print, June 1981
NPG x87754

Frank Dickens (Frank William Huline-Dickens), by Patrick Jackson - NPG x87753

Frank Dickens (Frank William Huline-Dickens)

by Patrick Jackson
bromide fibre print, 1981
NPG x87753

JAK (Raymond Allen Jackson), by Patrick Jackson - NPG x87756

JAK (Raymond Allen Jackson)

by Patrick Jackson
bromide fibre print, June 1981
NPG x87756

Anthony Hopkins, by Patrick Jackson - NPG x34564

Anthony Hopkins

by Patrick Jackson
bromide print, 1985
NPG x34564

John Charles Galliano, by Patrick Jackson - NPG x87757

John Charles Galliano

by Patrick Jackson
bromide fibre print, August 1997
NPG x87757

Ned Sherrin, by Patrick Jackson - NPG x87755

Ned Sherrin

by Patrick Jackson
bromide fibre print, October 1997
NPG x87755

William Hague, by Patrick Jackson - NPG x88352

William Hague

by Patrick Jackson
bromide print, 1999
NPG x88352

Sir Peter De La Billière, by Patrick Jackson - NPG x87880

Sir Peter De La Billière

by Patrick Jackson
bromide fibre print, 29 January 1999
NPG x87880

Matthew Pritchett, by Patrick Jackson - NPG x135633

Matthew Pritchett

by Patrick Jackson
bromide print, July 2011
NPG x135633

Gerald Scarfe, by Patrick Jackson - NPG x135634

Gerald Scarfe

by Patrick Jackson
bromide print, July 2011
NPG x135634

Stan McMurtry, by Patrick Jackson - NPG x135635

Stan McMurtry

by Patrick Jackson
bromide print, July 2011
NPG x135635

Michael Heath, by Patrick Jackson - NPG x137475

Michael Heath

by Patrick Jackson
bromide print, March 2013
NPG x137475

Martin Rowson, by Patrick Jackson - NPG x137476

Martin Rowson

by Patrick Jackson
bromide print, March 2013
NPG x137476

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