Life mask

An impression or the mould of the face of a living person, usually made by taking a plaster cast of the features.

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John Hunter, by Unknown artist, 1962 (circa 1785) - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

John Hunter
by Unknown artist
1962 (circa 1785)
NPG 4288

William Wordsworth, by Benjamin Robert Haydon, 1815 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

William Wordsworth
by Benjamin Robert Haydon
1815
NPG 2020

John Keats, by Benjamin Robert Haydon, 1816 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

John Keats
by Benjamin Robert Haydon
1816
NPG 686

Benjamin Robert Haydon, by Unknown artist, circa 1820 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Benjamin Robert Haydon
by Unknown artist
circa 1820
NPG 2172

Benjamin Robert Haydon, by Unknown artist, circa 1820 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Benjamin Robert Haydon
by Unknown artist
circa 1820
NPG 2802

John Hunter, by Unknown artist, 1913 or before (circa 1785) - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

John Hunter
by Unknown artist
1913 or before (circa 1785)
NPG 1712

Raymond Mortimer, by Paul Hamann, 1930 - NPG  - Photograph © National Portrait Gallery, London

Raymond Mortimer
by Paul Hamann
1930
NPG 6072

Noël Coward, by Paul Hamann, 1930 - NPG  - Photograph © National Portrait Gallery, London

Noël Coward
by Paul Hamann
1930
NPG 5404

Aldous Huxley, by Paul Hamann, 1930 - NPG  - Photograph © National Portrait Gallery, London

Aldous Huxley
by Paul Hamann
1930
NPG 5403

Sir Malcolm Campbell, by H.A. Stermann, circa 1935 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Sir Malcolm Campbell
by H.A. Stermann
circa 1935
NPG 4195

Francis Thompson, by Everard Meynell,  - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Francis Thompson
by Everard Meynell
NPG 5271

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