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The famous 1954 portrait is at the Fismongers' Hall not the National Portrait Gallery. There is a portrait of HM there by Annigoni, but it was painted several years later and is much less famous. KRC58 00:34, 27 June 2006 (UTC)
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Portrait of the Shah of Iran
The story in Annigoni's career and the one that led to his fame was that of his commission work with the Shah of Iran; how he spent a month at his palace drawing sketches and doing studies of the Shah in his daily life, and making the man really upset when he did not pain a single stroke during his stay. Annigoni went back to his studio a month later, and completed the portrait based on the studies. Can anyone confirm this story, and perhaps find the illusive image of this Shah of Iran? -- Marcuslim (talk) 16:05, 12 May 2008 (UTC)
I wondered why there is no reference to the drawing by Annigoni commisioned by The House Of Lentheric to launch their new perfume Lentheric 12 in 1968. This I understand was first on show at the launch which was opened/attended by Princess Grace of Monaco. This painting was commisioned along with eleven other famous living artists to give their impression of, in their view the worlds most beautiful woman. There was an exhibition in Schofields, Leeds, UK and armed guards were placed on 24 hour shifts to guard the originals over the few days they were on show to the public. I would be interested to know who owns the originals now and why there is no mention of them on Wikipedia. Thank you Joyce —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 18:50, 3 February 2009 (UTC)
The text at http://www.mycompass.ca/annigoni/html has been released under "Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0" (all material and photos) per OTRS TicketID=4740416. I'm not sure if this has been an issue at this page. Just notifies that the OTRS system has received an message about it. Nsaa (talk) 13:07, 14 April 2010 (UTC)