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Gered Mankowitz

(1946-), Photographer

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 34 portraits

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Dame Anita Roddick, by Gered Mankowitz - NPG x137445

Dame Anita Roddick

by Gered Mankowitz
C-type colour print, December 1988
NPG x137445

Brian St John Inglis, by Gered Mankowitz - NPG x137440

Brian St John Inglis

by Gered Mankowitz
C-type colour print, December 1990
NPG x137440

Nick Barnard, by Gered Mankowitz - NPG x137436

Nick Barnard

by Gered Mankowitz
C-type colour print, July 1991
NPG x137436

Brian Cox, by Gered Mankowitz - NPG x137438

Brian Cox

by Gered Mankowitz
C-type colour print, November 1991
NPG x137438

Shusha Guppy, by Gered Mankowitz - NPG x137439

Shusha Guppy

by Gered Mankowitz
C-type colour print, October 1991
NPG x137439

Antony Sher, by Gered Mankowitz - NPG x137447

Antony Sher

by Gered Mankowitz
C-type colour print, April 1991
NPG x137447

Mary Spencer Watson, by Gered Mankowitz - NPG x137448

Mary Spencer Watson

by Gered Mankowitz
C-type colour print, April 1991
NPG x137448

Lynn Chadwick; Daniel Chadwick, by Gered Mankowitz - NPG x137437

Lynn Chadwick; Daniel Chadwick

by Gered Mankowitz
C-type colour print, August 1992
NPG x137437

Rick Mather, by Gered Mankowitz - NPG x137441

Rick Mather

by Gered Mankowitz
C-type colour print, September 1993
NPG x137441

Alan Aldridge, by Gered Mankowitz - NPG x137434

Alan Aldridge

by Gered Mankowitz
C-type colour print, 2002
NPG x137434

The Rolling Stones Song Album (Keith Richards; Mick Jagger; Charlie Watts; Brian Jones; Bill Wyman), published by Jewel Music Publishing Co. Ltd., after  Gered Mankowitz - NPG D48531

The Rolling Stones Song Album (Keith Richards; Mick Jagger; Charlie Watts; Brian Jones; Bill Wyman)

published by Jewel Music Publishing Co. Ltd., after Gered Mankowitz
halftone reproduction, published 1964
NPG D48531

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Rupert Everett

by Gered Mankowitz
colour print, 1984
NPG x76156

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