Sir Geoffrey Ingram Taylor (1886-1975), Physicist, mathematician and engineer
Sitter in 13 portraits
Sir Geoffrey Ingram Taylor
by Howard CosterprintNPG x1108
by Walter Stonemanbromide print, 1933NPG x185603
by Howard Costerhalf-plate film negative, 1944NPG x10960
by Howard Costerhalf-plate film negative, 1944NPG x10961
by Howard Costerhalf-plate film negative, 1944NPG x10962
by Howard Costerhalf-plate film negative, 1944NPG x10963
by Elliott & Fryquarter-plate negative, 1955NPG x86044
by Walter Stonemanbromide print, March 1958NPG x185604
by Bassano Ltdhalf-plate film negative, 14 November 1961NPG x171268
by Bassano Ltdhalf-plate film negative, 14 November 1961NPG x171269
by Bassano Ltdhalf-plate film negative, 14 November 1961NPG x171270
by Bassano Ltdhalf-plate film negative, 14 November 1961NPG x171271
by Bassano Ltdhalf-plate film negative, 14 November 1961NPG x171272
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