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Artist of 11 portraits

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Jeremy Paxman, by Cinnamon Faye - NPG x88411

Jeremy Paxman

by Cinnamon Faye
bromide print, 17 March 2000
NPG x88411

Boris Johnson, by Cinnamon Faye - NPG x88788

Boris Johnson

by Cinnamon Faye
bromide print, 7 September 2000
NPG x88788

Charles Moore, by Cinnamon Faye - NPG x88793

Charles Moore

by Cinnamon Faye
C-type colour print, February 2001
NPG x88793

Hon. Dominic Ralph Campden Lawson, by Cinnamon Faye - NPG x88794

Hon. Dominic Ralph Campden Lawson

by Cinnamon Faye
C-type colour print, February 2001
NPG x88794

Simon Jenkins, by Cinnamon Faye - NPG x88795

Simon Jenkins

by Cinnamon Faye
bromide print, February 2001
NPG x88795

Iain Duncan Smith, by Cinnamon Faye - NPG x88995

Iain Duncan Smith

by Cinnamon Faye
C-type colour print, 25 July 2001
NPG x88995

Kenneth Clarke, by Cinnamon Faye - NPG x125001

Kenneth Clarke

by Cinnamon Faye
bromide fibre print, 25 July 2001
NPG x125001

Anne Fine, by Cinnamon Faye - NPG x125023

Anne Fine

by Cinnamon Faye
bromide fibre print, August 2001
NPG x125023

Michael Andrew Bridge Morpurgo, by Cinnamon Faye - NPG x125037

Michael Andrew Bridge Morpurgo

by Cinnamon Faye
C-type colour print, October 2001
NPG x125037

Zeinab Mohammed-Khair Badawi, by Cinnamon Faye - NPG x128292

Zeinab Mohammed-Khair Badawi

by Cinnamon Faye
C-type colour print, 29 December 2005
NPG x128292

Veronica Judith Colleton Wadley, by Cinnamon Faye - NPG x132401

Veronica Judith Colleton Wadley

by Cinnamon Faye
digital C-type colour print, 5 September 2008
NPG x132401

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