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Toby Glanville

(1961-), Photographer

Artist of 28 portraits

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Donald Charles Peter Mitchell, by Toby Glanville - NPG x25220

Donald Charles Peter Mitchell

by Toby Glanville
bromide print, 1985
NPG x25220

Brian Lester Glanville, by Toby Glanville - NPG x88949

Brian Lester Glanville

by Toby Glanville
C-type colour print, 1994
NPG x88949

Mona Hatoum, by Toby Glanville - NPG x88947

Mona Hatoum

by Toby Glanville
C-type colour print, 1995
NPG x88947

Joanna Clare MacGregor, by Toby Glanville - NPG x88948

Joanna Clare MacGregor

by Toby Glanville
C-type colour print, 1995
NPG x88948

Leon Kossoff, by Toby Glanville - NPG x132239

Leon Kossoff

by Toby Glanville
bromide fibre print, May 1996
NPG x132239

Leon Kossoff, by Toby Glanville - NPG x201270

Leon Kossoff

by Toby Glanville
gelatin silver print, 1998
NPG x201270

Gary Hume; Joseph Hume, by Toby Glanville - NPG x125004

Gary Hume; Joseph Hume

by Toby Glanville
R-type colour print, 1998
NPG x125004

Posy Simmonds, by Toby Glanville - NPG x125834

Posy Simmonds

by Toby Glanville
Iris print, 2001
NPG x125834

Angela Barrett, by Toby Glanville - NPG x135325

Angela Barrett

by Toby Glanville
digital print on board, 2002
NPG x135325

Patrick Benson, by Toby Glanville - NPG x135326

Patrick Benson

by Toby Glanville
digital print on board, 2002
NPG x135326

Stephen Biesty, by Toby Glanville - NPG x135327

Stephen Biesty

by Toby Glanville
digital print on board, 2002
NPG x135327

Sir Quentin Blake, by Toby Glanville - NPG x135328

Sir Quentin Blake

by Toby Glanville
digital print on board, 2002
NPG x135328

Raymond Briggs, by Toby Glanville - NPG x135329

Raymond Briggs

by Toby Glanville
digital print on board, 2002
NPG x135329

John Burningham, by Toby Glanville - NPG x135330

John Burningham

by Toby Glanville
digital print on board, 2002
NPG x135330

Emma Chichester Clark, by Toby Glanville - NPG x135331

Emma Chichester Clark

by Toby Glanville
digital print on board, 2002
NPG x135331

Lauren Child, by Toby Glanville - NPG x135332

Lauren Child

by Toby Glanville
digital print on board, 2002
NPG x135332

Sara Fanelli, by Toby Glanville - NPG x135333

Sara Fanelli

by Toby Glanville
digital print on board, 2002
NPG x135333

Michael Foreman, by Toby Glanville - NPG x135334

Michael Foreman

by Toby Glanville
digital print on board, 2002
NPG x135334

Tony Ross, by Toby Glanville - NPG x135335

Tony Ross

by Toby Glanville
digital print on board, 2002
NPG x135335


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