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Charles Edward Conder (1868-1909), Painter

Later Victorian Portraits Catalogue

Sitter in 8 portraits
Artist of 2 portraits
Artist; the son of a civil servant, Conder was sent to work in Australia at the age of sixteen where he studied drawing at night classes in Sydney and painted the surrounding countryside. In 1890 Conder returned to Europe where he studied art in Paris, forming associations with Toulouse Lautrec and William Rothenstein. He became a central figure in the nineties set of Aubrey Beardsley and Arthur Symons.

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Group associated with the New English Art Club

by Sir William Newenham Montague Orpen
pencil, black chalk (or charcoal), pen, ink and watercolour, circa 1904
NPG 6345


Charles Edward Conder

by Henry Walter ('H. Walter') Barnett
half-plate glass negative, 1902-1904
NPG x81614


Charles Edward Conder

by Frederick Henry Evans
platinum print, circa 1902-1904
NPG x1146


Charles Edward Conder

by Frederick Henry Evans
platinum print, circa 1902-1904
NPG x1147


Charles Edward Conder

by Charles Kingsley Adams, after Sir William Rothenstein
tracing in pencil, 1923 (1896)
NPG D31765


Charles Edward Conder

after Jacques-Emile Blanche
pencil and watercolour, circa 1938
NPG D11251


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