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Peter Beard, Pure

Peter Beard, Pure

Some artists, if they’re lucky, have their moment in the sun. Peter Beard has had a lifetime. The photographer, author, conservationist, prophet, playboy is the last of the great adventurers. He has stalked crocodiles, roped rhinos, been jailed for trapping a poacher in his own snare, chased by lions and gored by an elephant — and when he arrived at the hospital ‘bled out and nearly dead’, while being anaesthetised, he asked ‘Can I have some of that to go.’ This habit of courting danger and shrugging it off is central to Beard’s mythology.

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