Anthony Blake

Anthony Blake

Food photographer

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Anthony Blake, who died in 2018, was a well-known food photographer. His 1978 book Great Chefs of France, a collaboration with food writer Quentin Crewe, captured all of France's rural three Michelin star chefs at the time, at work in their kitchens. He photographed many books for chefs including Gary Rhodes and Nico Ladenis, and won a Glenfiddich Award in 1990 for his work on Pierre Koffmann's Memories of Gascony.

Features & Stories

Behind the Cookbook: Great Chefs of France

Behind the Cookbook: Great Chefs of France

Candida Crewe, daughter of food critic Quentin Crewe, reflects on the life of her father and how he came to pen what many chefs regard as one of the best books on French cuisine ever written, Great Chefs of France.