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Bernard Darwin (1876-1961), Writer and golfer; grandson of Charles Darwin

Sitter in 11 portraits
Essayist and sports writer; grandson of Charles Darwin. Called to the Bar (1903), but opted for full-time writing, mostly about golf. Contributed to The Times (1907-53) and Country Life (1907-61). Captained the British golf team in the first Walker Cup match in America, 1922; captain of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, 1934.

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4462

Bernard Darwin

by Powys Evans
pen and ink, published 1930
NPG 4462

x6483

Bernard Darwin

by George Charles Beresford
dry-plate glass negative, 1927
NPG x6483

x6484

Bernard Darwin

by George Charles Beresford
dry-plate glass negative, 1927
NPG x6484

x10558

Bernard Darwin

by Howard Coster
10 x 8 inch film negative, 1936
NPG x10558

x10559

Bernard Darwin

by Howard Coster
10 x 8 inch film negative, 1936
NPG x10559

x10560

Bernard Darwin

by Howard Coster
10 x 8 inch film negative, 1936
NPG x10560

x10561

Bernard Darwin

by Howard Coster
10 x 8 inch film negative, 1936
NPG x10561

x11246

Bernard Darwin

by Howard Coster
half-plate film negative, 1936
NPG x11246

x17010

Bernard Darwin

by Jane Bown
bromide print, 1950s
NPG x17010

x17011

Bernard Darwin

by Jane Bown
bromide print, 1950s
NPG x17011

D8468

Bernard Darwin

by Powys Evans
pen and ink drawing, 1930
NPG D8468

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