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Robert Whitaker

Robert Whitaker

(1939 – 2011)

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Robert Whitaker

Robert Whitaker
(1939 – 2011)

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Robert Whitaker

(1939 – 2011)
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This is an online tribute dedicated to Robert Whitaker. Robert Whitaker was a renowned British photographer, best known internationally for his many photographs of The Beatles the rock group Cream, which were used in the Martin Sharp-designed collage on the cover of their 1967 LP Disraeli Gears.
Robert Whitaker was born in the United Kingdom in 1939, but described himself as "one part Aussie lad" since his father and his grandfather were both Australian. According to Robert Whitaker, his grandfather built the Princes Bridge in Melbourne. Although he has worked mostly in Britain, Australia and Australian connections have featured throughout career.
In 2002 Robert Whitaker's photographs of The Seekers were
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chosen for a special commemorative Australia Post stamp issue to commemorate the group’s 40th anniversary.
On the 20th September 2011 Robert Whitaker passed away. This online obituary has been created to honour his life and his work. May he rest in peace.
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Robert Whitaker

This is an online tribute dedicated to Robert Whitaker. Robert Whitaker was a renowned British photographer, best known internationally for his many photographs of The Beatles the rock group Cream, which were used in the Martin Sharp-designed collage on the cover of their 1967 LP Disraeli Gears.
Robert Whitaker was born in the United Kingdom in 1939, but described himself as "one part Aussie lad" since his father and his grandfather were both Australian. According to Robert Whitaker, his grandfather built the Princes Bridge in Melbourne. Although he has worked mostly in Britain, Australia and Australian connections have featured throughout career.
In 2002 Robert Whitaker's photographs of The Seekers were...

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