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A selection of portraits that depict buildings and architecture. See also: 'Doorways and archways', 'Stairways and walkways', 'Bridges' (Accessory), 'London' and 'Urban scenes' (Theme).

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Graham Greene

by Bill Brandt
bromide print, 1948
NPG x9229

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Group outside the 'the British Ambassador's residence in Rome, the Villa Wolkonsky'

by Unknown photographer
colour snapshot print, May 1955
NPG x136235

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Hon. James Frederick Arthur ('Jimmy') Smith

by Unknown photographer
vintage colour snapshot print, 1955
NPG x136245

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Jacob Epstein

by Geoffrey Ireland
semi-matte bromide print on card mount, February 1956
NPG x32726

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Jacob Epstein

by Geoffrey Ireland
bromide print, February 1956
NPG x28387

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Virginia Surtees; Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother; Sir (Henry) Ashley Clarke

by Unknown photographer
vintage snapshot print, June 1958 or 1959
NPG x136220

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(Francis) D'Arcy Godolphin Osborne, 12th Duke of Leeds

by Virginia Surtees
vintage snapshot print, January 1958
NPG x136230

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Paul McCartney

by Mike McCartney
bromide print, early 1960s
NPG x88775

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Queen Elizabeth II

by Anthony Crickmay
bromide print, November 2001
NPG x134854