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Madame d'Ora (Dora Philippine Kallmus) (1881-1963)

Artist associated with 5 portraits

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x132874

Anna Pavlova with her Boston Terrier

by Madame d'Ora (Dora Philippine Kallmus)
sepia-toned postcard print, mid-late 1920s
NPG x132874

x138946

Fritzi Massary

by Madame d'Ora (Dora Philippine Kallmus)
postcard print, mid 1920s
NPG x138946

Ax160206

La Argentina (née Antonia Mercé y Luque)

by Madame d'Ora (Dora Philippine Kallmus), published by Ross Verlag
matte bromide postcard print, 1925
NPG Ax160206

x160477

La Argentina (née Antonia Mercé y Luque)

by Madame d'Ora (Dora Philippine Kallmus)
matte bromide postcard print, circa 1925
NPG x160477

x126767

Anna May Wong

by Madame d'Ora (Dora Philippine Kallmus)
cream-toned postcard print, circa 1929
NPG x126767

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