Chlorobromide print

A black-and-white print with a warm, brownish black tone tone, made from paper coated with a mixture of silver chloride and silver bromides. Along with silver-bromide papers, they came into general use in the 1880s and are still in use today.

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Ethel (née Field), Countess Beatty, by Henry Walter (

Ethel (née Field), Countess Beatty
by Henry Walter ('H. Walter') Barnett
1915
NPG x45402

Robert Malise Bowyer Nichols, by Walter Benington, 1920s - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Robert Malise Bowyer Nichols
by Walter Benington
1920s
NPG P979

Dame Gladys Cooper, by Bertram Park, 1922 - NPG  - © estate of Bertram Park / Camera Press

Dame Gladys Cooper
by Bertram Park
1922
NPG P331

Dame Gladys Cooper, by Curtis Moffat, circa 1924 - NPG  - © estate of Curtis Moffat

Dame Gladys Cooper
by Curtis Moffat
circa 1924
NPG P430

Madame Yevonde as Harlequin, by Madame Yevonde, 1925 - NPG  - © Yevonde Portrait Archive

Madame Yevonde as Harlequin
by Madame Yevonde
1925
NPG x11823

Lady Ottoline Morrell, by Maurice Beck and Helen Macgregor, 1927 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Lady Ottoline Morrell
by Maurice Beck and Helen Macgregor
1927
NPG x144153

Indira, Maharanee of Cooch Behar, by Dorothy Wilding, 1928 - NPG  - © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler / National Portrait Gallery, London

Indira, Maharanee of Cooch Behar
by Dorothy Wilding
1928
NPG P870(2)

Aldous Huxley, by Howard Coster, 1934 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Aldous Huxley
by Howard Coster
1934
NPG P714

Angus McBean as Neptune, by Angus McBean, 1939 - NPG  - © estate of Angus McBean / National Portrait Gallery, London

Angus McBean as Neptune
by Angus McBean
1939
NPG x39301

Harry Belafonte, by Dorothy Wilding, 25 February 1954 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Harry Belafonte
by Dorothy Wilding
25 February 1954
NPG x4381

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