Ceramic

The art of pottery, or an object made with clay, usually painted, glazed, and fired (hardened by heat).

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Tom Molineaux, by Unknown artist, circa 1810-1815 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Tom Molineaux
by Unknown artist
circa 1810-1815
NPG 5813

Tom Cribb, by Unknown artist, circa 1810-1815 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Tom Cribb
by Unknown artist
circa 1810-1815
NPG 5812

William Booth, by Unknown artist, circa 1900 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

William Booth
by Unknown artist
circa 1900
NPG 5814

Susie Cooper, by Susan Vera (

Susie Cooper
by Susan Vera ('Susie') Cooper
circa 1933
NPG 6375

Richard Beeching, 1st Baron Beeching, by Geoffrey Davien, 1964 - NPG  - Photograph © National Portrait Gallery, London

Richard Beeching, 1st Baron Beeching
by Geoffrey Davien
1964
NPG D2727

Christine Keeler, by Geoffrey Davien, 1964 - NPG  - Photograph © National Portrait Gallery, London

Christine Keeler
by Geoffrey Davien
1964
NPG D2726

Malcolm Sargent, by Geoffrey Davien, 1964 - NPG  - Photograph © National Portrait Gallery, London

Malcolm Sargent
by Geoffrey Davien
1964
NPG D2730

Jean Elizabeth Muir, by Glenys Barton, 1992 - NPG  - photograph © Adrian Flowers

Jean Elizabeth Muir
by Glenys Barton
1992
NPG 6425

Glenda Jackson, by Glenys Barton, 1993 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Glenda Jackson
by Glenys Barton
1993
NPG 6224

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