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Alexandra Burke

(1965-), Photographer

Artist of 10 portraits

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Michael Craig-Martin, by Alexandra Burke - NPG x32384

Michael Craig-Martin

by Alexandra Burke
cibachrome print, 1980s
NPG x32384

Margi Clarke, by Alexandra Burke - NPG x29124

Margi Clarke

by Alexandra Burke
C-type colour print, 1986
NPG x29124

David Abbott, by Alexandra Burke - NPG x32383

David Abbott

by Alexandra Burke
cibachrome print, March 1988
NPG x32383

Dame Elizabeth Anne Loosemore Esteve-Coll (née Kingdon), by Alexandra Burke - NPG x32380

Dame Elizabeth Anne Loosemore Esteve-Coll (née Kingdon)

by Alexandra Burke
bromide fibre print, January 1988
NPG x32380

Carla Lane, by Alexandra Burke - NPG x32386

Carla Lane

by Alexandra Burke
cibachrome semi-matte colour print, January 1988
NPG x32386

Penelope Leach (née Balchin), by Alexandra Burke - NPG x32381

Penelope Leach (née Balchin)

by Alexandra Burke
bromide fibre print, December 1988
NPG x32381

Ray McNally, by Alexandra Burke - NPG x32385

Ray McNally

by Alexandra Burke
cibachrome semi-matte colour print, January 1988
NPG x32385

Deborah Moggach, by Alexandra Burke - NPG x32382

Deborah Moggach

by Alexandra Burke
bromide fibre print, July 1988
NPG x32382

Stephen Spender, by Alexandra Burke - NPG x32388

Stephen Spender

by Alexandra Burke
cibachrome semi-matte colour print, May 1988
NPG x32388

Wally Olins, by Alexandra Burke - NPG x32387

Wally Olins

by Alexandra Burke
cibachrome print, February 1988
NPG x32387


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