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Christopher Mark Le Brun

(1951-), Painter

Sitter in 6 portraits
Artist of 1 portrait
Painter, printmaker, teacher and set designer, was trained at Chelsea School of Art and at the Slade, where he returned to teach from the 1970s. His work has been exhibited extensively in Britain and abroad. He was elected to the Royal Academy of Arts in 1996, becoming its first Professor of Drawing in 2000. In 1999, he was commissioned by the Trustees to paint George Steiner (NPG 6524). Le Brun was elected President of the Royal Academy of Arts in December 2011.

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Christopher Mark Le Brun, by Heather Waddell - NPG x199322

Christopher Mark Le Brun

by Heather Waddell
bromide print from original negative, 1998
NPG x199322

Christopher Mark Le Brun, by Heather Waddell - NPG x199323

Christopher Mark Le Brun

by Heather Waddell
bromide print from original negative, 1998
NPG x199323

Christopher Mark Le Brun, by Dennis Toff - NPG x131351

Christopher Mark Le Brun

by Dennis Toff
archival inkjet print, 25 April 2007
NPG x131351

Christopher Mark Le Brun, by James Stroud - NPG x133361

Christopher Mark Le Brun

by James Stroud
C-type colour print, 2008
NPG x133361

Royal Academicians In General Assembly, by Dennis Toff - NPG x134136

Royal Academicians In General Assembly

by Dennis Toff
C-type colour print, 28 May 2009
NPG x134136



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