Recovered historical portraits of leading British cultural figures - including Dame Judi Dench, Daniel-Day Lewis, Damon Albarn, Kenneth Branagh, Ronnie Wood and Morrissey – are exhibited in London this month. The photographs, taken by the Douglas Brothers, were lost for over 20 years. Some have never been seen before.
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