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Madame Yevonde (1893-1975), Photographer

Sitter in 8 portraits
Artist associated with 319 portraits
Photographer of portraits and still-life from 1914. Yevonde was a pioneer in photographic techniques, experimenting with solarisation and associated particularly with the development of the now-defunct Vivex process.

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P871(3)

Cathleen Sabine Follett (née Mann)

by Madame Yevonde
Vivex colour print, 1932
NPG P871(3)

P871(1)

Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester

by Madame Yevonde
Vivex colour print, 1935
NPG P871(1)

P742

Vivien Leigh

by Madame Yevonde
colour dye transfer print, 1936
NPG P742

P871(2)

Gertrude Lawrence possibly as the Muse of Comedy

by Madame Yevonde
Vivex colour print, July 1936
NPG P871(2)

P1839

Anna Zinkeisen

by Madame Yevonde
Vivex colour print, January 1936
NPG P1839

P1838

Doris Zinkeisen

by Madame Yevonde
Vivex colour print, January 1936
NPG P1838

P871(5)

George Bernard Shaw

by Madame Yevonde
Vivex colour print on black card mount, 1937
NPG P871(5)

x11644

Helen Venetia (née Duncombe), Viscountess D'Abernon

by Madame Yevonde
bromide print on card mount, published 1 April 1914
NPG x11644

x136558

Doris Louise Cleghorn Church (née Somerville)

by Madame Yevonde
halftone reproduction tear sheet, published 21 July 1915
NPG x136558

x136559

Doris Louise Cleghorn Church (née Somerville)

by Madame Yevonde
matte collodion printing-out paper print, circa 1915
NPG x136559

x136560

Doris Louise Cleghorn Church (née Somerville)

by Madame Yevonde
matte collodion printing-out paper print, circa 1915
NPG x136560

x11647

Gaby Deslys (Marie-Elise Gabrielle Caire)

by Madame Yevonde
sepia print mounted on card, 1918
NPG x11647

x26348

Gladys Helen Rachel (née Goldsmid), Lady Swaythling

by Madame Yevonde
bromide print on velvet card mount, 1918
NPG x26348

x11646

Gaby Deslys (Marie-Elise Gabrielle Caire)

by Madame Yevonde
sepia print mounted on card, 1918
NPG x11646

x131743

Lydia Lopokova

by Madame Yevonde
black and white reprint, 1920s
NPG x131743

x182261

Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig

by Madame Yevonde
postcard print with embroidery, 1920s
NPG x182261

x182276

Lady Alexandra Henrietta Louisa Haig (later Alexandra Trevor-Roper, Lady Dacre)

by Madame Yevonde
bromide print on tissue and card mount, 1920s
NPG x182276

x198126

Olga Lindo

by Madame Yevonde
bromide postcard print, 1920s
NPG x198126

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