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Artist of 32 portraits

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Karl Martin Weschke, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199124

Karl Martin Weschke

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x199124

John Nash, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199120

John Nash

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x199120

Jeffrey Steele, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199123

Jeffrey Steele

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x199123

Gillian Wise, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199125

Gillian Wise

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x199125

William Norman Birkett, 1st Baron Birkett, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199111

William Norman Birkett, 1st Baron Birkett

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, circa 1960
NPG x199111

Lance Sieveking, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199139

Lance Sieveking

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x199139

John Wyndham, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199140

John Wyndham

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x199140

Anthony Burgess, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199132

Anthony Burgess

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x199132

Olivia Mary Manning, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199136

Olivia Mary Manning

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x199136

Dame Muriel Spark, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199138

Dame Muriel Spark

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x199138

Iris Murdoch, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199137

Iris Murdoch

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x199137

David Hicks, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x198370

David Hicks

by Anthea Sieveking
gelatin silver print, 1963
NPG x198370

Richard Allen, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199113

Richard Allen

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, late 1960s
NPG x199113

(Janet) Bronwen (née Alun Pugh), Viscountess Astor, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199110

(Janet) Bronwen (née Alun Pugh), Viscountess Astor

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, late 1960s
NPG x199110

David Hicks, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199112

David Hicks

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, late 1960s
NPG x199112

Eileen Atkins, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199127

Eileen Atkins

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, late 1960s
NPG x199127

Adrienne Corri, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199128

Adrienne Corri

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, early 1970s
NPG x199128

David Inshaw, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199116

David Inshaw

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, early 1970s
NPG x199116

Ben Kingsley, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199129

Ben Kingsley

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, early 1970s
NPG x199129

Joe Melia, by Anthea Sieveking - NPG x199130

Joe Melia

by Anthea Sieveking
bromide print, early 1970s
NPG x199130

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Anthea Power

03 January 2019, 18:58

I have the most beautiful engagement photograph of my mother taken by Anthea Sieveking in London, in, I think, 1954.
My mother's name was Janet Middleton-Stewart and she was engaged to Patrick Wordsworth Tolfree.
I have always admired it and have enjoyed discovering that Anthea Sieveking has gone on to be such an outstanding photographer.

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