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Helen Muspratt (1905-2001)

Artist associated with 15 portraits
Helen Muspratt was one of the leading women photographers in Britain in her time. She is best known as the co-founder of the firm Ramsey & Muspratt, photographers to leading Oxbridge subjects. In 1929 she opened a studio in Swanage and it was during these early years that she experimented with innovative techniques including solarisation.

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P568

Paul Nash

by Helen Muspratt
bromide print, 1932
NPG P568

P569

Paul Nash

by Helen Muspratt
bromide print, 1932
NPG P569

P570

Paul Nash

by Helen Muspratt
bromide print, 1932
NPG P570

P571

Paul Nash

by Helen Muspratt
bromide print, circa 1932
NPG P571

P572

Paul Nash

by Helen Muspratt
modern resin-coated print, circa 1932
NPG P572

P573

Paul Nash

by Helen Muspratt
bromide print, circa 1932
NPG P573

x4085

Paul Nash

by Helen Muspratt
vintage copy print, circa 1932
NPG x4085

x4086

Paul Nash

by Helen Muspratt, for Ramsey & Muspratt
vintage copy print, 1932
NPG x4086

x4087

Paul Nash

by Helen Muspratt, for Ramsey & Muspratt
vintage copy print, 1932
NPG x4087

x76161

Sir Robert Murray Helpmann

by Helen Muspratt
bromide print, 1936
NPG x76161

x76162

Sir Robert Murray Helpmann

by Helen Muspratt
bromide print, 1936
NPG x76162

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