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Geoffrey Davien (1915-1973), Sculptor

Artist of 14 portraits

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D2728

Freddie Mills

by Geoffrey Davien
sculptoon, plaster, 1947
NPG D2728

D2731

Harold Wilson

by Geoffrey Davien
sculptoon, unfired clay
NPG D2731

D2735

Harold Macmillan, 1st Earl of Stockton

by Geoffrey Davien
sculptoon, unfired clay
NPG D2735

D2726

Christine Keeler

by Geoffrey Davien
sculptoon, ceramic, 1964
NPG D2726

D2727

Richard Beeching, 1st Baron Beeching

by Geoffrey Davien
sculptoon, ceramic, 1964
NPG D2727

D2730

Malcolm Sargent

by Geoffrey Davien
sculptoon, ceramic, 1964
NPG D2730

D31746

Ernest Bevin

by Geoffrey Davien
gouache, 1946
NPG D31746

D2738

George Bernard Shaw

by Geoffrey Davien
sculptoon, unfired clay
NPG D2738

D2736

Richard Beeching, 1st Baron Beeching

by Geoffrey Davien
sculptoon, terracotta, 1964
NPG D2736

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