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Sir Max Beerbohm (1872-1956), Writer and caricaturist

Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm

Sitter associated with 19 portraits
Artist associated with 20 portraits

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3851

John Elliott Burns

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
ink and wash
NPG 3851

3853

Henry Chaplin, 1st Viscount Chaplin

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
ink, watercolour and wash, 1897-1932
NPG 3853

3857

Sir Henry Morton Stanley

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
ink and wash, 1897
On display in the Billiard Room at Bodelwyddan Castle
NPG 3857

3854

George Joachim Goschen, 1st Viscount Goschen

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
ink, watercolour and wash, circa 1898
NPG 3854

6427

Sir Walter Westley Russell

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
pencil, pen and ink and watercolour
NPG 6427

5343

Edward Levy-Lawson, 1st Baron Burnham

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
ink, watercolour and crayon, before 1903
NPG 5343

3252

David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
pencil and wash, circa 1908
NPG 3252

5945

Lionel Monckton

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
pencil and wash, 1910s
NPG 5945

6308

King George V

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
pencil and watercolour, 1911
NPG 6308

3852

Edward Carson, 1st Baron Carson

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
pencil and wash, 1912
NPG 3852

3855

Richard Burdon Haldane, Viscount Haldane

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
ink and wash, published 1912
NPG 3855

5107

Sir Max Beerbohm

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
watercolour, 1923
NPG 5107

3858

Roger Fry

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
pen and watercolour, 1931
NPG 3858

4665

Ramsay MacDonald

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
chalk, 1931
NPG 4665

6169

Edgar Algernon Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 1st Viscount Cecil of Chelwood

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
pencil and watercolour, 1931
NPG 6169

6168

Tubby Clayton

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
pencil and watercolour, 1931
NPG 6168

3856

Sir Oliver Joseph Lodge

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
watercolour, 1932
NPG 3856

6911

Theodore Watts-Dunton

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
ink and wash
NPG 6911

D9983

Oscar Wilde

after Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
relief halftone, (1894)
NPG D9983

D44822

George Meredith ('Men of the Day. No. 659.')

by Sir Henry Maximilian ('Max') Beerbohm
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 24 September 1896
NPG D44822

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