The UK’s National Portrait Gallery began the conversion of its collection to digital format in 1996 and recently processed the 100,000th item. That image: A Les Paul sporting Jimmy Page. From the NPG’s site:

The 100,000th portrait to be scanned by the Digitisation team was a signed, limited edition print of Jimmy Page, photographed in 2009 by Ross Halfin and recently donated to the Gallery by Dave Brolan on behalf of the legendary guitarist. The photograph forms part of a limited edition portfolio of five images of the rock star signed by the photographers and the sitter.

See the portrait and read more at the National Portrait Gallery site.

Right here.

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