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Evan Davis, by Eva Vermandel, 8 June 2007 - NPG x131140 - © Eva Vermandel

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Evan Davis

by Eva Vermandel
C-type colour print, 8 June 2007
14 7/8 in. x 12 in. (378 mm x 304 mm) image size
Purchased, 2007
Photographs Collection
NPG x131140

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Photographed at sitter's home, Earls Court, London, for the Sunday Telegraph, Seven magazine. Vermandel began photographing in 1996 for Vox, The Wire and Time Out, before receiving commissions from a wider variety of publications including the Telegraph, Independent and Vogue. Her fine art photography has been exhibited at the ICA and Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin.

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