Members of the Kelly family
1 of 3 portraits of Benedict Bernard Noël Kelly
Members of the Kelly family
by Bassano & Vandyk Studios
half-plate film negative, 18 July 1969
Sittersback to top
- Lady Mirabel Magdalene Kelly (née Fitzalan-Howard) (1931-), Wife of Bernard Kelly; daughter of 3rd Baron Howard of Glossop and Baroness Beaumont. Sitter in 9 portraits.
- Anne-Louise Marie-Noëlle Miranda Josephine Kelly (1962-), Daughter of Bernard Kelly and Mirabel Magdalen Kelly (née Fitzalan-Howard); Granddaughter of 3rd Baron of Glossop. Sitter in 3 portraits.
- Anthony Noël Kelly (1955-), Son of Bernard Kelly and Hon. Mirabel Magdalene Kelly (née Fitzalan-Howard). Sitter in 4 portraits.
- Benedict Bernard Noël Kelly (1960-), Son of Bernard Kelly and Hon. Mirabel Magdalene Kelly (née Fitzalan-Howard). Sitter in 3 portraits.
- Bernard Kelly, Son of Sir David Kelly. Sitter in 3 portraits.
- Crispen Noël Bernard Kelly (1956-), Son of Bernard Kelly and Hon. Mirabel Magdalene Kelly (née Fitzalan-Howard). Sitter in 3 portraits.
- David Mark Noël Kelly (1959-), Son of Bernard Kelly and Hon. Mirabel Magdalene Kelly (née Fitzalan-Howard). Sitter associated with 3 portraits.
- Dominic Noël Kelly (1953-), Son of Bernard Kelly and Hon. Mirabel Magdalene Kelly (née Fitzalan-Howard). Sitter in 4 portraits.
- Marie-Noële Kelly (née Jourda de Vaux), Lady Kelly (1901-1995), Traveller and hostess; wife of Sir David Victor Kelly. Sitter associated with 4 portraits.
Placesback to top
- Place made: United Kingdom: England, London (photographer's studio, 78 Wigmore Street, London)
Subjects & Themesback to top
Events of 1969back to top
Current affairsThe Open University is established, based on the vision of Michael Young. Its aims were to offer the chance to study for higher education qualifications on a part time and distance learning basis, giving people who were unable to attend a traditional university because of family, work commitments or disability the opportunity to achieve university degrees.
Art and scienceThe comedy sketch show Monty Python's Flying Circus is first broadcast. The Pythons performed surreal sketches that reinvented the comedy tradition, eschewing punch lines for a stream-of-consciousness structure and incongruous authorial interventions: 'and now for something completely different'.
Kenneth Tynan's Oh! Calcutta amuses and shocks audiences with full nudity on stage, taking advantage of the recent end to censorship laws.
InternationalNeil Armstrong takes 'one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind' when he becomes the first man on the moon.
Concorde makes its first supersonic flight. The plane was designed, developed and manufactured by a joint treaty between the French and English governments.