1-6 of 6 Results  for:

  • photographer x
  • Social welfare and reform x
Clear all

Image

Antony Armstrong-Jones, first Earl of Snowdon (1930–2017), by Roger George Clark, 1979

© Roger George Clark / National Portrait Gallery, London

Article

Jones, Antony Charles Robert [Tony] Armstrong-, first earl of Snowdon and Baron Armstrong-Jones (1930–2017), photographer, designer, and campaigner for disabled rights, was born at 25 Eaton Terrace, Belgravia, London, on 7 March 1930, the younger child and only son of Ronald Owen Lloyd (Ronnie) Armstrong-Jones...

Article

Kibble, John (1818–1894), photographer and inventor, was born in Glasgow, probably in 1818, son of Mary Kibble, née Ferrier (d. 1831), and her husband, James Kibble (d. 1856), a metal merchant. John was one of eleven children (five sons and three daughters surviving to adulthood), of whom two brothers, ...

Article

McCartney [née Eastman; other married name See], Linda Louise, Lady McCartney (1941–1998), photographer and promoter of vegetarianism, was born on 24 September 1941 in Scarsdale, New York, USA, the second child and eldest daughter in the family of one son and three daughters of ...

Article

Raffles, Frances Rachel [Franki] (1955–1994), photographer and campaigner against violence against women, was born in Hope Hospital, Salford, Manchester, on 17 October 1955. She was the third daughter of four children, three sisters and a younger brother, of Gillian, née Posnansky (b...

Article

See Scott, Sir Peter Markham