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Annigoni

Pietro ('pjE:tro). 1910--88, Italian painter; noted esp for his portraits of President Kennedy (1961) and Queen Elizabeth II (1955 and 1970)
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STORY OF A REIGN J Stamps show royal portraits by, from left, Annigoni (1955), Stone (1992), Pavlenko (2000), Royal Mail's Phillips (2012) and Festing (1999) STO J
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The Queen: Art And Image, organised by the National Portrait Gallery, gathers works by artists including Lucian Freud, Annie Leibovitz and Pietro Annigoni.
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These are exponents of various figurative tendencies that have traversed Italian art since the postwar period, such as Pietro Annigoni (represented by a pedestrian self-portrait) or the post-Surrealist Fabrizio Clerici, but perhaps the biggest outlier is Renato Guttuso, who is in fact a major figure yet remains unpopular with critics and artists alike, above all because of his adherence to the political ideology of socialist realism.
The 1957 painting by Italian artist Pietro Annigoni has been loaned to the gallery by Viscount Linley, the late Princess's son.
The princess 33 sittings with Annigoni began in 1956, a year after the princess called off her plans to marry divorced Group Captain Peter Townsend.
We have been given a signal privilege, but would be still more thankful if the exhibition had included the self-portraits of Holbein, Cranach, Quentin de la Tour, Ingres and Corot (all present in the Uffizi) rather than those of sixteen Italian painters since 1700 who, with the exception of Annigoni, are neither well known nor much admired outside their own country.
The Queen Mother owned what she described as the best picture of Prince Philip - a 1956 study by Italian Pietro Annigoni.
The best known remain the two portraits by Pietro Annigoni. The first, commissioned by the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers, is a depiction of the youthful monarch in 1954.