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Mick Jagger

(1943-), Singer and composer; lead vocalist for the Rolling Stones

Sir Michael Philip ('Mick') Jagger

Sitter in 67 portraits
Born in Dartford, and educated at Dartford Grammar School and the London School of Economics, Jagger formed the rock and roll band The Rolling Stones in 1962 with Keith Richards and Brian Jones. Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts joined soon after. One of the most successful and enduring bands of all time, The Rolling Stone's hits include Satisfaction (1965), Brown Sugar (1971), Street Fighting Man (1971) and Angie (1973). Jagger also starred in films such as Performance and Ned Kelly (both 1970). He was Knighted in 2003 for services to popular music.

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Mick Jagger, by Cecil Beaton - NPG D17946(77)

Mick Jagger

by Cecil Beaton
pencil, late 1960s-early 1970s
NPG D17946(77)

Mick Jagger, by Andy Warhol - NPG 6561

Mick Jagger

by Andy Warhol
silkscreen print, 1975
NPG 6561

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The Rolling Stones

by Trevor Clark
C-type colour print, 1963
NPG x136392

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Mick Jagger; Bianca Jagger

by Patrick Lichfield
archival inkjet print on foam board mount, May 1971
NPG x126960

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Mick Jagger

by Jane Bown
bromide print, 1973
NPG x28625

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Mick Jagger; Madonna; Tony Curtis

by Dafydd Jones
bromide print, 1997
NPG x134043

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