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Artist of 15 portraits

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Rudolf Nureyev, by Alan Bergman - NPG x125576

Rudolf Nureyev

by Alan Bergman
selenium-toned bromide print, 1972
NPG x125576

Margot Fonteyn, by Alan Bergman - NPG x125577

Margot Fonteyn

by Alan Bergman
selenium-toned bromide print, 1972
NPG x125577

Antoinette Sibley; Sir Anthony Dowell, by Alan Bergman - NPG x125578

Antoinette Sibley; Sir Anthony Dowell

by Alan Bergman
selenium-toned bromide print, 1972
NPG x125578

Manola Asensio; Dame Beryl Grey, by Alan Bergman - NPG x125579

Manola Asensio; Dame Beryl Grey

by Alan Bergman
selenium-toned bromide print, 1978
NPG x125579

Maina Gielgud, by Alan Bergman - NPG x126075

Maina Gielgud

by Alan Bergman
bromide fibre print, 8 October 2002
NPG x126075

Wayne Sleep, by Alan Bergman - NPG x126235

Wayne Sleep

by Alan Bergman
bromide fibre print, 17 September 2003
NPG x126235

Doreen Patricia Wells, Marchioness of Londonderry, by Alan Bergman - NPG x126236

Doreen Patricia Wells, Marchioness of Londonderry

by Alan Bergman
bromide fibre print, 22 August 2003
NPG x126236

Antoinette Sibley, by Alan Bergman - NPG x126450

Antoinette Sibley

by Alan Bergman
selenium-toned bromide print, 4 November 2003
NPG x126450

Dame Monica Margaret Mason, by Alan Bergman - NPG x126451

Dame Monica Margaret Mason

by Alan Bergman
selenium-toned bromide print, 11 November 2003
NPG x126451

Irek Javdatovich Mukhamedov, by Alan Bergman - NPG x126452

Irek Javdatovich Mukhamedov

by Alan Bergman
selenium-toned bromide print, 29 January 2003
NPG x126452

Clive Alexander Barnes, by Alan Bergman - NPG x126453

Clive Alexander Barnes

by Alan Bergman
selenium-toned bromide print, 8 September 2003
NPG x126453

Darren Campbell, by Alan Bergman - NPG x133097

Darren Campbell

by Alan Bergman
print, August 2004
NPG x133097

Marlon Devonish, by Alan Bergman - NPG x133098

Marlon Devonish

by Alan Bergman
print, August 2004
NPG x133098

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