Franklyn Rodgers’ exquisite portraits capture a generation
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Images, from top: 1) Franklyn Rodgers, Loretta Rodgers, 31 January 2006. 2) Franklyn Rodgers, Mrs Victoria Lewis, 2009. 3) Exhibition installation at Autograph, London. Photography by Zoë Maxwell 4-5) Loretta Rodgers and Franklyn Rodgers visit Autograph, 2018. 5) Franklyn Rodgers, Mrs Alma John, 2013. 6) Franklyn Rodgers, Mrs Joyce Reed, 22 July 2017.
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