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George Algernon Fothergill

(1868-1945), Painter, draughtsman and Illustrator

Artist of 9 portraits

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Sheldon William Keith Cradock, by George Algernon Fothergill - NPG D34207

Sheldon William Keith Cradock

by George Algernon Fothergill
chromolithograph, 1898
NPG D34207

George Hodgson, by George Algernon Fothergill - NPG D35896

George Hodgson

by George Algernon Fothergill
chromolithograph, 1898
NPG D35896

David Longfield Beatty ('Men of the Day. No. 710.'), by George Algernon Fothergill - NPG D44901

David Longfield Beatty ('Men of the Day. No. 710.')

by George Algernon Fothergill
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 31 March 1898
NPG D44901

Neil Wolseley Haig ('Men of the Day. No. 720.'), by George Algernon Fothergill - NPG D44918

Neil Wolseley Haig ('Men of the Day. No. 720.')

by George Algernon Fothergill
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 28 July 1898
NPG D44918

Sir Michael Frederic Rimington ('Men of the Day. No. 728.'), by George Algernon Fothergill - NPG D44929

Sir Michael Frederic Rimington ('Men of the Day. No. 728.')

by George Algernon Fothergill
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 13 October 1898
NPG D44929

Henry de Vere Vane, 9th Baron Barnard ('Statesmen. No. 704.'), by George Algernon Fothergill - NPG D44939

Henry de Vere Vane, 9th Baron Barnard ('Statesmen. No. 704.')

by George Algernon Fothergill
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 15 December 1898
NPG D44939

Sir Jonathan Edmund Backhouse, 1st Bt ('Men of the Day. No. 734.'), by George Algernon Fothergill - NPG D44943

Sir Jonathan Edmund Backhouse, 1st Bt ('Men of the Day. No. 734.')

by George Algernon Fothergill
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 12 January 1899
NPG D44943

William Ward Tailby ('Men of the Day. No. 744.'), by George Algernon Fothergill - NPG D44955

William Ward Tailby ('Men of the Day. No. 744.')

by George Algernon Fothergill
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 6 April 1899
NPG D44955

Joseph Wood ('Men of the Day. No. 760.'), by George Algernon Fothergill - NPG D44979

Joseph Wood ('Men of the Day. No. 760.')

by George Algernon Fothergill
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 21 September 1899
NPG D44979

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