Jane Brown, photographer

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The great photographer, who took this great and justly famous photograph. She had arranged for a formal shoot, but Beckett had pulled out. She found him making his way out in the dark, and forced him to pose, glowering, for a promised three shots (she did five, this was the middle, lit by natural light from above.

More of her photos in the Guardian here

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Tiller girls, happily enough. And her first Observer commission, Bertrand Russell.

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