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Benjamin Stone (1838-1914), Politician and photographer

Sir (John) Benjamin Stone

Sitter in 28 portraits
Artist associated with 1436 portraits
In 1895 Stone was returned unopposed as Member of Parliament for the East Birmingham constituency, giving him the unique opportunity of recording the sights and personalities of the Palace of Westminster. Stone made it his business to photograph every MP, servants of the Houses of Parliament, and many of those who visited. The National Portrait Gallery owns two thousand of his photographs, a remarkable record of comings and goings at Westminster around 1900.

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Sir Henry Simpson Lunn

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 1894
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Henry Matthews, Viscount Llandaff

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 1895
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Frederick Foxcroft

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 1897
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Sir John Aird, 1st Bt

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 1897
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Sir William Allan

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, May 1897
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Hon. George Higginson Allsopp

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, November 1897
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Henry Torrens Anstruther

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, circa 1897
NPG x8268

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Joseph Arch

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, June 1897
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Sir Alfred Arnold

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 15 July 1897
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Sir William Arrol

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 1897
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Sir William Arrol

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, May 1897
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Robert Ascroft

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 1897
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Michael Austin

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, July 1897
NPG x8276

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Alfred Baldwin

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 1897
NPG x8280

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Gerald William Balfour, 2nd Earl of Balfour

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, July 1897
NPG x8285

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Arthur Hugh Smith-Barry, 1st Baron Barrymore

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, July 1897
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Sir Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 31 December 1897
NPG x8298

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Sir Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 31 December 1897
NPG x8299

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Sir George Christopher Trout Bartley

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, May 1897
NPG x8300

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