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Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard (1856-1925), Novelist

Sitter in 20 portraits
Traveller and novelist; Haggard spent six years in South Africa as a young man and later served on official commissions which took him to all parts of the British Empire. He is most famous for his thirty four adventure novels set in countries as diverse as Iceland and Mexico, Constantinople and Ancient Egypt. Of these, King Solomon's Mines, 1885, and She, 1887, are the best known and reveal his enduring fascination for the landscape and peoples of Africa.

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3460

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by Harry Furniss
pen and ink, 1880s-1900s
NPG 3460

P1700(66b)

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by Unknown photographer
albumen print, 1902 or before
NPG P1700(66b)

3459

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by Harry Furniss
pen and ink, 1910s
NPG 3459

3461

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by Harry Furniss
pen and ink, 1910s
NPG 3461

5576

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by Maurice William Greiffenhagen
chalk, 1920
NPG 5576

x9204

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by Unknown photographer
albumen print, 1880s
NPG x9204

x4615

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by Unknown photographer
platinum print on card mount, 1880s
NPG x4615

x3647

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by Unknown photographer
glass black and white lantern slide, 1880s
NPG x3647

Ax5491

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by Herbert Rose Barraud, published by Eglington & Co
sepia carbon print on blue card mount, published 1890
NPG Ax5491

x19849

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by Unknown photographer
sepia bromide print, 1890s
NPG x19849

x17218

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by James Russell & Sons
carbon print, 1890s
NPG x17218

x6513

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by George Charles Beresford
half-plate glass negative, 1902
NPG x6513

x17217

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by George Charles Beresford
sepia-toned platinotype, 1902
NPG x17217

Ax46115

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by James Russell & Sons
platinum print, 1910s
NPG Ax46115

D35106

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by William Strang, printed by David Strang
engraving, 1911
NPG D35106

x9076

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard

by Claude Harris
vintage bromide print, circa 1920
NPG x9076

D44333

Sir (Henry) Rider Haggard ('Men of the Day. No. 376.')

by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 21 May 1887
NPG D44333

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