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Lance Calkin


Artist associated with 3 portraits
Lance Calkin was born in London, the son of a musician. Calkin was privately educated and attended the Slade School of Fine Art and the Royal Academy Schools. In 1895 he became a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Oil Colours.

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King George V, reduced copy by Lance Calkin - NPG 4604

King George V

reduced copy by Lance Calkin
oil on canvas, (circa 1914)
NPG 4604

Edward White Benson, by Henry Sigismund Uhlrich, published by  The Graphic, after  Lance Calkin - NPG D31673

Edward White Benson

by Henry Sigismund Uhlrich, published by The Graphic, after Lance Calkin
wood engraving, published 19 October 1895
NPG D31673


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