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Robert Graves

(1895-1985), Poet and writer

Robert Ranke Graves

Sitter associated with 35 portraits
Poet, novelist and critic. Graves served in the Royal Welch Fusiliers 1914-9, an experience recalled in Goodbye to All That (1929). He was also the author of several volumes of poetry and a series of historical novels including I Claudius (1934) and Count Belisarius (1938). Graves lived in Majorca from 1946 until his death in 1985.

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Robert Graves, by Powys Evans - NPG D33412

Robert Graves

by Powys Evans
pen and ink, 1920s
NPG D33412

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Robert Graves

by Bill Brandt
bromide print, 1941
NPG x88774

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Robert Graves

by Bill Brandt
bromide print on card mount, 1941
NPG x22425

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Robert Graves

by Bill Brandt
bromide print, 1941
NPG x9228

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Robert Graves

by Peter Keen
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x35115

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Robert Graves

by Tom Blau
bromide print, 1962
NPG x36141

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Robert Graves

by Tom Blau
bromide print, 1962
NPG x36142

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Robert Graves

by Peter Stark
bromide print, 1972
NPG x36140

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Robert Graves

by Central Press
bromide print, 1972
NPG x36143

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Robert Graves

by Central Press
bromide print, 1972
NPG x36144

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Robert Graves

by Central Press
bromide print, 1972
NPG x36145

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Robert Graves

by Central Press
bromide print, 1972
NPG x36146

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Robert Graves

by Press Association Photos
bromide print, 1972
NPG x36147

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Robert Graves

by Bill Brandt
bromide print on card mount, 1978
NPG x22426

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