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Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher)

(1918-1999), Novelist; former wife of Charles Dimont, and later wife of Sir John Clifford Mortimer; daughter of Arthur Forbes Gerald Fletcher

Sitter in 11 portraits

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Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher), by Ida Kar - NPG x132984

Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher)

by Ida Kar
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 1961
NPG x132984

Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher), by Ida Kar - NPG x132985

Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher)

by Ida Kar
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 1961
NPG x132985

Penelope Ruth Mortimer; Sir John Clifford Mortimer, by Mark Gerson, for  Camera Press: London: UK - NPG x184098

Penelope Ruth Mortimer; Sir John Clifford Mortimer

by Mark Gerson, for Camera Press: London: UK
bromide press print, 1961
NPG x184098

Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher), by Ida Kar - NPG x126039

Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher)

by Ida Kar
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 1961
NPG x126039

Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher), by Ida Kar - NPG x126040

Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher)

by Ida Kar
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 1961
NPG x126040

Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher), by Ida Kar - NPG x126041

Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher)

by Ida Kar
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 1961
NPG x126041

Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher), by Ida Kar - NPG x126042

Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher)

by Ida Kar
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 1961
NPG x126042

Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher), by David Bennett - NPG x45973

Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher)

by David Bennett
sepia-toned bromide fibre print, 12 April 1994
NPG x45973

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Penelope Ruth Mortimer (née Fletcher); John Mortimer

by Mark Gerson
bromide print, January 1961
NPG x17972

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Deborah Rogers

15 November 2015, 14:54

In her entry under Sitters, it states that Penelope Ruth Mortimer was the wife of Kenneth Harrison. She wasn't!! Before her marriage to John Mortimer, she was married to Charles Dimont and these were her only marriages.

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