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Charles Dickens & Evans

Artist associated with 25 portraits

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Ax35611

Florence St John as Olivette in 'Olivette'

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 January 1881
NPG Ax35611

Ax35612

Myra Holme (Myra Emily (née Moore), Lady Pinero) as Clara Dart in 'The Mighty Dollar'

by Lock & Whitfield, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 February 1881
NPG Ax35612

Ax35613

Lizzie St Quinten in 'Mefisto'

by Lock & Whitfield, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 March 1881
NPG Ax35613

Ax35614

Helen Barry as Mabel Huntingford in 'The World'

by Lock & Whitfield, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 April 1881
NPG Ax35614

Ax35615

Nellie Farren; Edward Terry; Kate Vaughan; Edward Royce in 'The Forty Thieves'

by Samuel Alexander Walker, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published May 1881
NPG Ax35615

Ax35616

Margaret Leighton (Mrs Margaret Alcott)

by Lock & Whitfield, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 June 1881
NPG Ax35616

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Helen Barry as Mabel Huntingford in 'The World'

by Lock & Whitfield, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 April 1881
NPG x239

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Nellie Farren, Edward Terry, Kate Vaughan and Edward Royce in 'The Forty Thieves'

by Samuel Alexander Walker, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published May 1881
NPG x9397

x22331

Florence St John as Olivette in 'Olivette'

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 January 1881
NPG x22331

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Myra Holme (Myra Emily (née Moore), Lady Pinero) as Clara Dart in 'The Mighty Dollar'

by Lock & Whitfield, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 February 1881
NPG x18540

x134950

Lizzie St Quinten in 'Mefisto'

by Lock & Whitfield, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 March 1881
NPG x134950

x19998

Margaret Leighton (Mrs Margaret Alcott)

by Lock & Whitfield, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 June 1881
NPG x19998

Ax35617

Ada Cavendish (later Marshall)

by Unknown photographer, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published January 1882
NPG Ax35617

Ax35618

Lillie Langtry

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 February 1882
NPG Ax35618

Ax35619

Leonora Braham as Patience in 'Patience'

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 March 1882
NPG Ax35619

Ax35620

Fannie Leslie as Robinson Crusoe in 'Robinson Crusoe'

by Unknown photographer, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 April 1882
NPG Ax35620

Ax35621

Violet Cameron (Violet Lydia Thompson)

possibly by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 May 1882
NPG Ax35621

Ax35622

Adelina Patti

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
woodburytype, published 1 June 1882
NPG Ax35622

Ax35623

Mary Rorke as Angelica Porter; Sir Charles Wyndham (Charles Culverwell) as Peregrine Porter in 'Fourteen Days'

by Brown, Barnes & Bell, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
carbon print, published 1 July 1882
NPG Ax35623

Ax35624

Adela Measor

by Unknown photographer, published by Charles Dickens & Evans
carbon print, published 1 August 1882
NPG Ax35624

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