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Arnold Dolmetsch

(1858-1940), Musician and historian of music

Sitter in 12 portraits
Musician and instrument-maker; born in France, came to England in 1880s and began research into early English instrumental music; made lutes, virginals, clavichords, harpsichords, recorders, viols and violins and with his family recreated historically authentic performances.

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Arnold Dolmetsch, by Sir William Rothenstein - NPG 4641

Arnold Dolmetsch

by Sir William Rothenstein
chalk, 1895
NPG 4641

Arnold Dolmetsch, by Sir William Rothenstein - NPG 4642

Arnold Dolmetsch

by Sir William Rothenstein
chalk, 1895
NPG 4642

Arnold Dolmetsch, by Herbert Lambert - NPG P108

Arnold Dolmetsch

by Herbert Lambert
bromide print, circa 1925
NPG P108

Arnold Dolmetsch, by Kathleen Browne - NPG 5378

Arnold Dolmetsch

by Kathleen Browne
pencil, 1932
NPG 5378

Arnold Dolmetsch, by Sir William Rothenstein - NPG D35343

Arnold Dolmetsch

by Sir William Rothenstein
lithograph, 1897
NPG D35343

Arnold Dolmetsch, by Sir William Rothenstein - NPG D35344

Arnold Dolmetsch

by Sir William Rothenstein
lithograph, 1897
NPG D35344

Arnold Dolmetsch, by Sir William Rothenstein - NPG D20889

Arnold Dolmetsch

by Sir William Rothenstein
lithograph, 1897
NPG D20889

Arnold Dolmetsch, by Sir William Rothenstein - NPG D20890

Arnold Dolmetsch

by Sir William Rothenstein
lithograph, 1897
NPG D20890

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Arnold Dolmetsch

by Herbert Lambert
bromide print on tissue
NPG x20670

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Arnold Dolmetsch

by Elliott & Fry
half-plate negative, 1920s
NPG x82119

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