Sir William Empson (1906-1984), Poet, literary critic and teacher
Sitter in 12 portraits
Sir William Empson
by Rupert Shephardoil on canvas, circa 1944NPG 6466
by Mark Gersonmodern bromide print, May 1965NPG x88210
by Fay Godwinbromide print, 1970sNPG x68235
by Fay Godwinbromide print, 1970sNPG x68236
by Roger Perrybromide fibre print, late 1970sNPG x131675
by Dmitri Kasterinebromide print, 1980NPG x133315
by Dmitri Kasterinebromide print, 1980NPG x36044
by Bill Brandtbromide print on card mount, 1940NPG x22422
by Mark Gersonbromide print, May 1965NPG x13366
by Nicholas Elderbromide print, September 1974NPG x36045
by Nicholas Elderbromide print on card mount, September 1974NPG x4040
by Bill Brandtbromide print on card mount, 1980NPG x22423
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