1 of 9 portraits of Lindsay Anderson
by Lewis Morley
bromide print, 1960
15 in. x 11 1/4 in. (380 mm x 286 mm)
Given by the photographer, Lewis Morley, 1992
Sitterback to top
- Lindsay Gordon Anderson (1923-1994), Film, television and stage director. Sitter in 9 portraits.
Artistback to top
- Lewis Morley (1925-2013), Photographer. Artist of 305 portraits, Sitter in 5 portraits.
This portraitback to top
Taken backstage at Cambridge Theatre, London.
Linked publicationsback to top
- Pepper, Terence, Lewis Morley: Photographer of the Sixties, 1989 (accompanying the exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery from 15 September 1989 - 7 January 1990), p. 36
- Saywell, David; Simon, Jacob, Complete Illustrated Catalogue, 2004, p. 12
Placesback to top
- Place made and portrayed: United Kingdom: England, London (backstage, Cambridge Theatre, London)
Mediaback to top
Events of 1960back to top
Current affairsPrince Andrew is born, the third child of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip.
The Contraceptive Pill is introduced in England, dramatically changing the nation's approach to sex and relationships, and significantly contributing to the 1960s culture of liberation.
Art and sciencePenguin books defend D.H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover against charges of obscenity by demonstrating that the novel was of literary merit. The 'not guilty' verdict was seen as a victory for free speech and marked the beginning if a new era of liberalism.
The satirical review Beyond the Fringe launches the careers of Alan Bennett, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore and Jonathan Miller.
InternationalHarold Macmillan delivers his 'wind of change' speech to the South African Parliament in Cape Town, announcing Britain's decision to grant independence to many of her colonies. The speech recognised the emergence of African nationalism, and criticised the policy of Apartheid in South Africa.
Listen to a series of podcasts exploring the lives of pioneering women, past and present.
William Eggleston was closely associated with the alternative music scene in Memphis. Revisit our 2016 exhibition and listen to a special playlist.
Links to audio and transcripts of interviews with artists, sitters and historic recordings.
- Seizing an Instant: Photographs by Roger Mayne
- Photographic holdings - print and negative collections
- My Favourite Portrait by Neil Tennant
- Portraits of Alec Guinness
- Blow Up: Sixties Photography Exposed
- A famous pose
- Joe Orton
- Lewis Morley Photographs
- Photographer in Focus: Anderson & Low
- Interviews with artists and sitters
Tell us more
Framed & unframed prints