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Theodore Spicer-Simson

(1871-1959)

Artist of 22 portraits
Theodore Spicer-Simson was a sculptor and medallist; many world and literary figures of the first half of the twentieth century are among his subjects.

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George Meredith, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 1583

George Meredith

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
bronze medallion, 1908
On display in the Room 26: wall case at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1583

John Galsworthy, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 3649

John Galsworthy

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
bronze medallion, 1921
NPG 3649

Thomas Hardy, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 2050

Thomas Hardy

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plasticine medallion, 1921
NPG 2050

William Henry Hudson, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 2052

William Henry Hudson

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plasticine medallion, 1921
NPG 2052

Joseph Conrad, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 6966

Joseph Conrad

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
bronze medallion, 1921
NPG 6966

John Drinkwater, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 6967

John Drinkwater

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
bronze medallion, 1921
NPG 6967

Thomas Hardy, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 6968

Thomas Hardy

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
electrotype, 1921
NPG 6968

Arnold Bennett, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 2043

Arnold Bennett

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plasticine medallion, 1922
NPG 2043

Robert Bridges, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 2044

Robert Bridges

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plasticine medallion, 1922
NPG 2044

G.K. Chesterton, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 2045

G.K. Chesterton

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plasticine medallion, circa 1922
NPG 2045

William Henry Davies, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 2046

William Henry Davies

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plasticine medallion, 1922
NPG 2046

Walter de la Mare, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 2047

Walter de la Mare

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plasticine medallion, 1922
NPG 2047

Edward Plunkett, 18th Baron Dunsany, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 2048

Edward Plunkett, 18th Baron Dunsany

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plasticine medallion, 1922
NPG 2048

St John Greer Ervine, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 2049

St John Greer Ervine

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plasticine medallion, circa 1922
NPG 2049

Ralph Hodgson, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 4704

Ralph Hodgson

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plaster mould for medallion, 1922
NPG 4704

Ralph Hodgson, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 4704a

Ralph Hodgson

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
bronze medallion, 1970, based on a work of 1922
NPG 4704a

A.E. Housman, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 2051

A.E. Housman

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plasticine medallion, 1922
NPG 2051

John Masefield, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 2053

John Masefield

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plasticine medallion, 1922
NPG 2053

Sir Henry John Newbolt, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 2054

Sir Henry John Newbolt

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plasticine medallion, circa 1922
NPG 2054

H.G. Wells, by Theodore Spicer-Simson - NPG 2055

H.G. Wells

by Theodore Spicer-Simson
plasticine medallion, circa 1922
NPG 2055

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