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Bachrach, Fabian (1917–2010), photographer

  • Person
  • 9 April 1917 – 26 February 2010

An American photographer, known for portraits of celebrities, politicians, presidents and other prominent individuals. He was professionally known as Fabian. Bachrach was best known for a portrait of Senator John F. Kennedy, which was later used as his official photograph after he was elected President in 1960.

Bacon, Frederick (1803-1887), engraver

  • Person
  • 1803-1887

British engraver. A pupil of Henry Fuseli at the Royal Academy and subsequently of Finden, whose assistant he later became. He worked on book illustrations until 1869, when he abandoned art.

Ballagh, Robert (1943-present), artist

  • Person
  • 22 September 1943 - present

Irish artist, painter and designer. He was born in Dublin and studied architecture at the Bolton Street College of Technology. His painting style was strongly influenced by pop art. He is particularly well known for his hyperrealistic renderings of well known Irish literary, historical or establishment figures.

Barrington-Ward, Simon (1930-2020), Anglican cleric and Honorary Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge

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  • 27 May 1930 – 11 April 2020

Educated at Eton College; Westcott House; matriculated 1950 (Scholar); Chaplain 1956–1960; Fellow and Dean of Chapel 1963–1969; General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society 1975–1985; Bishop of Coventry 1985–1997; Chairman, Partnership for World Mission 1987–1991; International Affairs Committee, Board for Social Responsibility of General Synod 1986–1996. Honorary Fellow 1987, and (resident) Honorary Assistant Chaplain 1997. Prelate of the Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George 1989 (KCMG 2001).

College Magazine
Article vol. 32 (1987–88) p. 17
Obituary by Ronald Hyam, College Magazine, No. 64 (2019-20), pp. 11-17

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