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Lord Lichfield

Patrick Lichfield’s photography spanned four dramatic decades of change. His iconic images from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and the new millennium included personalities and events, the British royal family and the shifting world of the rich and famous. He started work as a professional photographer in 1963. A cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, he always attracted the attention of the press and public alike. He progressed to photographing London’s party set, images which caught the eye of editors both in Fleet Street and at the highly influential Queen magazine. Success in London led to commissions from Status, Life and Vogue magazines in the United States. His pictures – ranging from formal and informal portraits of children and the royal family, and poignant social landscapes to the world of glamour and advertising, became famous throughout the world. He died unexpectedly following a stroke in November 2005, shortly after completing the book, Dubai: A City Portrait.

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