by Anderson & Low
Past display archive
27 January - 28 March 2006
This photographic display of six contemporary figures with Chinese connections, from the National Portrait Gallery's collection, marks the start of the Chinese Year of the Dog, and coincides with the China In London season of events. The season celebrates Chinese culture and the relationship between China and Britain, with a series of exhibitions, shows, films and workshops.
As well as portraits of Chinese subjects, the National Portrait Gallery's collection includes works by Chinese photographers, such as Liam Woon, Lewis Morley and Edwin Hock Low, of Anderson & Low. Their work can be viewed on the Woodward Portrait Explorer in the IT Gallery.
by Barry Marsden
by Grace Lau
by Bronwyn Kidd
31 October 1997
Tudor and Elizabethan matching pairs
Test your memory by playing our matching pairs game. Three levels of difficulty make it fun for the whole family.
Regency familiar faces
Rearrange tiles to uncover sitters from the Gallery's Collection by playing our puzzle game.
Who do you think you were?
Answer a few lifestyle questions about the Elizabethan period and discover your inner Elizabethan!