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Felicity Jones

by Laura Pannack
C-type colour print, 3 February 2016
28 1/2 in. x 28 1/4 in. (725 mm x 716 mm) image size
Commissioned as part of the 2014 John Kobal New Work Award, 2016
Photographs Collection
NPG x199584

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London-based photographer Laura Pannack photographed Jones on a cold day in February, among the reeds of the Walthamstow Marshes in north-east London. Jones was keen to collaborate and contribute ideas, deciding on a casual and relaxed style for the shoot.

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Stephen Ayers

31 December 2016, 07:03

This photograph of Felicity Jones by Laura Pannack ( C-type colour print, 3 February 2016 Commissioned, 2016 NPG x199584) was said by the NPG press release and NPG website to have been taken on Walthamstow Marshes. The photo was actually taken at the Middlesex Filter Beds Nature Reserve, which is next to Hackney Marshes, Hackney Wick and near to Leyton Marshes. They are all part of the Lee Valley Regional Park but the location for the photograph was about a mile away from Walthamstow Marshes. Perhaps you could make sure that this mistake is not repeated in the interpretation/ description of the photograph in the gallery (such as the label or signage next to the photograph) and on your website?

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