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James Craig Annan (1864-1946)

Artist associated with 23 portraits
James Craig Annan was a member of the Linked Ring and believed photography should be an art in its own right. He specialised in the reproduction of works of art in the Glasgow family firm T. & R. Annan. He was the son of Thomas Annan, also a noted photographer.

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P1040

Lillah McCarthy

by James Craig Annan
sepia platinum print on photographer's card mount, 1900s
NPG P1040

P1132

H.G. Wells

possibly by James Craig Annan
sepia platinotype, 1907
NPG P1132

P1131

George Bernard Shaw

by James Craig Annan
sepia platinotype, 1910
NPG P1131

P1129

G.K. Chesterton

by James Craig Annan
sepia platinotype, 1912
NPG P1129

P1130

Joseph Conrad

by James Craig Annan
chlorobromide print, 1923
NPG P1130

x132520

Kate Cranston (Catherine Cranston)

by James Craig Annan
modern bromide print, 1890s
NPG x132520

x132521

Kate Cranston (Catherine Cranston)

by James Craig Annan
modern bromide print, 1890s
NPG x132521

x132513

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

by James Craig Annan
modern bromide print, 1893
NPG x132513

x132514

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

by James Craig Annan
modern bromide print, 1893
NPG x132514

x132515

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

by James Craig Annan
modern bromide print, 1893
NPG x132515

x132516

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

by James Craig Annan
modern bromide print, 1893
NPG x132516

x132517

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

by James Craig Annan
modern bromide print, 1893
NPG x132517

x132519

Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh

by James Craig Annan
modern bromide print, circa 1901
NPG x132519

x132532

Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh

by James Craig Annan
modern bromide print, circa 1901
NPG x132532

x128078

Harley Granville-Barker

probably by James Craig Annan, for T. & R. Annan & Sons
sepia platinum print on photographer's card mount, 1910
NPG x128078

x131335

Unidentified woman formerly called Irene Vanbrugh

by James Craig Annan
vintage glossy bromide print, 1910s
NPG x131335

x131336

Irene Vanbrugh

by James Craig Annan
vintage glossy bromide print, 1910s
NPG x131336

x131707

Arnold Bennett

by James Craig Annan
vintage bromide print, 1911
NPG x131707

x6021

G.K. Chesterton

by James Craig Annan
carbon print, 1912
NPG x6021

x6022

G.K. Chesterton

by James Craig Annan
carbon print, 1912
NPG x6022

x131709

Ernest Archibald Taylor

by James Craig Annan
sepia-toned bromide print, 1930
NPG x131709

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