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The Nobel Banquet 1999

Stockholm City Hall, Sweden, 10 December

10 photos

  • The Blue Hall of the Stockholm City Hall ready for the 1999 Nobel Banquet.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 1999 Photo: Boo Jonsson
  • The table is laid with the special Nobel tableware set, created for the 90th anniversary of the Nobel Prize in 1991 by three Swedish designers, Karin Björquist (Rörstrand/Gustavsberg), Gunnar Cyrén (Orrefors) and Ingrid Dessau (Klässbols Linneväveri).
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 1999 Photo: Boo Jonsson
  • The Royal Family and other guests of honour make their entry down the stairs into the Blue Hall. His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden is escorting Anneke 't Hooft, wife of Nobel Laureate in Physics Gerardus 't Hooft. Behind them are Her Majesty Queen Silvia and Bengt Samuelsson, Chairman of the Nobel Foundation.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 1999 Photo: Hans Petterson
  • Glimmering lights illuminate the Blue Hall.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 1999 Photo: Hans Petterson
  • Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf seated in the middle of the table of honour at the Nobel Banquet.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 1999 Photo: Hans Petterson
  • Close-up from the table of honour: Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf (right) seated beside Anneke 't Hooft (left), wife of Nobel Laureate in Physics Gerardus 't Hooft.
    Copyright © Scanpix Scandinavia, 1999 S-105 17 Stockholm, Sweden telephone, picture library: +46 (0)8 13 55 55 Photo: James Adanson
  • Queen Silvia of Sweden and Martinus J.G. Veltman, Nobel Laureate in Physics.
    Copyright © Pressens Bild AB, 1999 S-112 88 Stockholm, Sweden telephone: +46 (0)8 738 38 00 Photo: Jonas Ekströmer
  • Princess Lilian of Sweden and Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Ahmed H. Zewail at the Nobel Banquet.
    Copyright © Scanpix Scandinavia, 1999 S-105 17 Stockholm, Sweden Telephone, picture library: +46 (0)8 13 55 55 Photo: James Adanson
  • Princess Christina of Sweden and Nobel Laureate in Literature Günter Grass shares a light moment at the Nobel Banquet.
    Copyright © Scanpix Scandinavia, 1999 S-105 17 Stockholm, Sweden Telephone, picture library: +46 (0)8 13 55 55 Photo: James Adanson
  • Performance by Malena Ernman, mezzo soprano.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 1999 Photo: Hans Petterson

The Blue Hall of the Stockholm City Hall ready for the 1999 Nobel Banquet.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 1999 Photo: Boo Jonsson

The table is laid with the special Nobel tableware set, created for the 90th anniversary of the Nobel Prize in 1991 by three Swedish designers, Karin Björquist (Rörstrand/Gustavsberg), Gunnar Cyrén (Orrefors) and Ingrid Dessau (Klässbols Linneväveri).
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 1999 Photo: Boo Jonsson

The Royal Family and other guests of honour make their entry down the stairs into the Blue Hall. His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden is escorting Anneke 't Hooft, wife of Nobel Laureate in Physics Gerardus 't Hooft. Behind them are Her Majesty Queen Silvia and Bengt Samuelsson, Chairman of the Nobel Foundation.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 1999 Photo: Hans Petterson

Glimmering lights illuminate the Blue Hall.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 1999 Photo: Hans Petterson

Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf seated in the middle of the table of honour at the Nobel Banquet.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 1999 Photo: Hans Petterson

Close-up from the table of honour: Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf (right) seated beside Anneke 't Hooft (left), wife of Nobel Laureate in Physics Gerardus 't Hooft.
Copyright © Scanpix Scandinavia, 1999 S-105 17 Stockholm, Sweden telephone, picture library: +46 (0)8 13 55 55 Photo: James Adanson

Queen Silvia of Sweden and Martinus J.G. Veltman, Nobel Laureate in Physics.
Copyright © Pressens Bild AB, 1999 S-112 88 Stockholm, Sweden telephone: +46 (0)8 738 38 00 Photo: Jonas Ekströmer

Princess Lilian of Sweden and Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Ahmed H. Zewail at the Nobel Banquet.
Copyright © Scanpix Scandinavia, 1999 S-105 17 Stockholm, Sweden Telephone, picture library: +46 (0)8 13 55 55 Photo: James Adanson

Princess Christina of Sweden and Nobel Laureate in Literature Günter Grass shares a light moment at the Nobel Banquet.
Copyright © Scanpix Scandinavia, 1999 S-105 17 Stockholm, Sweden Telephone, picture library: +46 (0)8 13 55 55 Photo: James Adanson

Performance by Malena Ernman, mezzo soprano.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 1999 Photo: Hans Petterson

 

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