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John Caswall Smith (1867-1902), Photographer; brother of Lizzie Caswall Smith

Artist associated with 7 portraits

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x35979

Sir Leslie Stephen

by John Caswall Smith, published by Swan Electric Engraving Co
photogravure, 1890s
NPG x35979

x38482

Lady Edna Clarke Hall

by John Caswall Smith
platinotype cabinet card, circa 1895
NPG x38482

x38483

Lady Edna Clarke Hall

by John Caswall Smith
platinotype cabinet card, 1899
NPG x38483

Ax45905

Gertrude Elliott as Maisie and Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson as Dick Heldar in 'The Light That Failed'

by John Caswall Smith, and by Lizzie Caswall Smith, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
bromide postcard print, 1903
NPG Ax45905

D32140

George Frederic Watts

after John Caswall Smith
relief halftone, before 1899
NPG D32140

x749

Sir Francis Robert ('Frank') Benson as Richard II in 'Richard II'

by John Caswall Smith, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
bromide postcard print, circa 1906
NPG x749

x740

Constance Fetherstonhaugh (Mrs F.R. Benson)

by John Caswall Smith
postcard print
NPG x740

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