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Ambrose McEvoy (1878-1927), Painter

Sitter in 7 portraits
Artist associated with 5 portraits
Painter; trained at the Slade alongside Augustus John and William Orpen and became a member of the New English Art Club, 1900. McEvoy established his reputation with paintings of landscapes and interiors and later enjoyed success as a portrait painter, mainly of women.

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Ambrose McEvoy

by Ambrose McEvoy
pencil, circa 1912
NPG 2790


Winston Churchill

by Ambrose McEvoy
oil on canvas, circa 1915
NPG 6478


Sir John William Alcock

by Ambrose McEvoy
oil on canvas, 1919
On display in Room 31 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1894


Lillah McCarthy

by Ambrose McEvoy
oil on canvas, circa 1920
NPG 5506


John Baring, 2nd Baron Revelstoke

after Ambrose McEvoy
mezzotint, before September 1988 (1926)
NPG D39692

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