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Artist associated with 19 portraits

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Ax135783

Eliza Caroline Burke (née Roche), Countess Friedrich of Hochberg; Sir (Smith) Hill Child, 2nd Bt

by Langfier Ltd, or by Topical Press, published by Hudson & Kearns Ltd
photogravure, 20 June 1911, published 1912
NPG Ax135783

Ax135784

Sir Godfrey Baring, 1st Bt

by Langfier Ltd, or by Topical Press, published by Hudson & Kearns Ltd
photogravure, 20 June 1911, published 1912
NPG Ax135784

Ax135785

Sir Abe Bailey, 1st Bt and family

by Langfier Ltd, or by Topical Press, published by Hudson & Kearns Ltd
photogravure, 20 June 1911, published 1912
NPG Ax135785

Ax135786

Eva Hermione (née Mackintosh), Lady Baring; Frederick Colin Maitland, 14th Earl of Lauderdale

by Langfier Ltd, or by Topical Press, published by Hudson & Kearns Ltd
photogravure, 20 June 1911, published 1912
NPG Ax135786

x137204

'The Imperial War Conference'

possibly by Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd), for Topical Press
vintage print, March-April 1917
NPG x137204

x137234

Council of Four, Paris Peace Conference

by Topical Press
vintage print, January 1919
NPG x137234

x134763

Queen Mary; Suzanne Rachel Flore Lenglen

by Topical Press
bromide print, 21 June 1926
NPG x134763

x194244

Ewen Ormerod Wanliss; Dame Barbara Hamilton Cartland; Edward Lucas Mole

by Topical Press
vintage print, 15 June 1931
NPG x194244

x135726

Prince George, Duke of Kent

by Hugh Cecil (Hugh Cecil Saunders), for Topical Press
bromide print, 28 October 1938
NPG x135726

x184235

William Henry Beveridge, 1st Baron Beveridge

by Topical Press
bromide press print, November 1942
NPG x184235

x139784

Queen Elizabeth II

by Topical Press
bromide press print, 1945
On display in Room 31 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG x139784

Ax76085

Unknown man; Frank Salisbury

by Topical Press
bromide print, late 1940s
NPG Ax76085

x184333

Harriet Cohen

by Topical Press
bromide press print, 23 May 1950
NPG x184333

x193276

'The Princess Elizabeth, Daughter of T.R.H. Duke & Duchess of York' (Queen Elizabeth II)

by Topical Press, published by J. Beagles & Co
bromide postcard print, circa 1927
NPG x193276

x193038

'H.M. Queen Elizabeth II returning from the ceremony of Trooping the Colour'

by Topical Press, published by James Valentine & Sons Ltd
bromide postcard print, circa 1951 (7 June 1951)
NPG x193038

x21358

Sir Eustace James Missenden

by Topical Press
bromide print
NPG x21358

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