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Fergus Noone

Address11 Greenwich Market, Greenwich SE10.Official Site
Phone0181-858 3309

Fergus Noone is an Irish photographer born in Dublin but spending most of his life in Wicklow, Southern Ireland.

Having won a number of acclaimed awards and commendations for his photography, he moved to London to further his potential and established himself in Greenwich where his natural talent and artistic ability was inevitably noticed by a wide range of clientele varying from The Sunday Times and the Red Cross Society to the Bank of Tokyo.

Greenwich Art & Craft Market has become a focal point where his original black and white photographs are exhibited every weekend.

Having established an excellent local reputation, his work can now be found all over the world and is regularly exhibited in America, Europe and Ireland.

Each photograph demonstrates his aesthetic and sensitive approach to his subject and is bound to become an investment for the future.

Fergus Noone is available for commissions and provides a complete professional service.


Greenwich from north of the river, showing The Queen's House, The Royal Naval College and The Old Royal Observatory.

The clock at the gates of The Old Royal Observatory. Looking down the hill, through Greenwich Park towards Central London.

The bow of the famous tea clipper, The Cutty Sark.

The Cutty Sark shrouded in mist. Beautiful and atmospheric.

Part of The Queens House with The Old Royal Observatory on the hill in the background.

The fantastic 'Painted Room' of The Royal Naval College.

Springtime comes to Greenwich. A fine display of Daffodils in front of The Queens House.

©Copyright Fergus Noone 1997. All rights reserved.

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