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Roger Quilter (1877-1953), Composer

Sitter in 10 portraits
Composer. Best known for his thoughtful songs and settings of Shakespeare, Quilter also produced incidental music for the London stage, including Where the Rainbow Ends (1911) and the popular Children's Overture (1919).

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3904

Roger Quilter

by Wilfrid Gabriel de Glehn
oil on canvas, 1920
NPG 3904

P110

Roger Quilter

by Herbert Lambert
bromide print, circa 1922
NPG P110

Ax7746

Roger Quilter

by Herbert Lambert
photogravure, circa 1922
NPG Ax7746

x24205

Roger Quilter

by Howard Coster
half-plate film negative, 1936
NPG x24205

x22654

Roger Quilter

by Howard Coster
half-plate film negative, 1936
NPG x22654

x22655

Roger Quilter

by Howard Coster
half-plate film negative, 1936
NPG x22655

x22656

Roger Quilter

by Howard Coster
half-plate film negative, 1936
NPG x22656

x24203

Roger Quilter

by Howard Coster
half-plate film negative, 1936
NPG x24203

x24204

Roger Quilter

by Howard Coster
half-plate film negative, 1936
NPG x24204

x100354

Roger Quilter

by Elliott & Fry
half-plate glass negative, 27 October 1951
NPG x100354

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