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Lady Ottoline Morrell (1873-1938), Patron of the arts; half-sister of 6th Duke of Portland; wife of Philip Edward Morrell

Sitter associated with 595 portraits
Artist associated with 1699 portraits
Patron and society hostess. After travelling widely as a young woman, in 1902 Ottoline married Philip Morrell, a solicitor and later Liberal MP. She established herself as a literary and political hostess at their home in Bloomsbury and from 1915 at Garsington Manor, their home near Oxford. Her social gatherings provided a forum for intellectual interaction and opportunities for writers and artists to meet patrons. Visitors to Garsington included Lytton Strachey, Henry Lamb, Aldous Huxley, Bertrand Russell, Henry Lamb and Augustus John.

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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Unknown photographer
printing-out paper print, 1902
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by George Charles Beresford
platinotype on photographer's grey card, 4 June 1903
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by George Charles Beresford
platinotype on photographer's brown card, 4 June 1903
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Unknown photographer
sepia-toned carbon print on photographer's card mount, 1904
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Unknown photographer
sepia-toned carbon print on dark blue paper, 1904
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Lizzie Caswall Smith
platinum print, 1904
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Lizzie Caswall Smith
platinum print, 1904
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

after Unknown photographer
vintage print, 1904
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, circa 1907
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Unknown photographer
sepia snapshot vintage print, circa 1907
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Unknown photographer
sepia snapshot vintage print, circa 1907
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Unknown photographer
sepia snapshot vintage print, circa 1907
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, circa 1907
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Unknown photographer
vintage print, August-September 1908
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Lady Ottoline Morrell ('A walk near Gastein')

by Philip Edward Morrell
vintage snapshot print, August 1908
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Philip Edward Morrell
vintage snapshot print, August 1908
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Lady Ottoline Morrell ('In the Kaiserhof')

by Philip Edward Morrell
vintage snapshot print, August 1908
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Lady Ottoline Morrell ('A cloister near the Hofkirche')

by Philip Edward Morrell
vintage snapshot print, August 1908
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Lady Ottoline Morrell ('From the terrace of the restaurant')

by Philip Edward Morrell
vintage snapshot print, August 1908
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Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Philip Edward Morrell
vintage snapshot print, August 1908
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