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Lady Ottoline Morrell (1873-1938), Patron of the arts; half-sister of 6th Duke of Portland; wife of Philip Edward Morrell

Sitter associated with 595 portraits
Artist associated with 1699 portraits
Patron and society hostess. After travelling widely as a young woman, in 1902 Ottoline married Philip Morrell, a solicitor and later Liberal MP. She established herself as a literary and political hostess at their home in Bloomsbury and from 1915 at Garsington Manor, their home near Oxford. Her social gatherings provided a forum for intellectual interaction and opportunities for writers and artists to meet patrons. Visitors to Garsington included Lytton Strachey, Henry Lamb, Aldous Huxley, Bertrand Russell, Henry Lamb and Augustus John.

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P1005

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Henry Walter ('H. Walter') Barnett
sepia platinum print, 1902
NPG P1005

P1006

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by George Charles Beresford
platinum print on photographer's card mount, 4 June 1903
NPG P1006

P1007

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by George Charles Beresford
platinum print on photographer's card mount, 4 June 1903
NPG P1007

P479

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, circa 1904
NPG P479

P477

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, 1905
NPG P477

P1098

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Baron Adolph de Meyer
half-plate autochrome, circa 1907
NPG P1098

P1099

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Baron Adolph de Meyer
half-plate autochrome, circa 1907
NPG P1099

P1008

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Baron Adolph de Meyer
platinum print, 1912
NPG P1008

6095

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Augustus Edwin John
oil on canvas, 1919
On display in Room 31 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 6095

x144133

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Unknown photographer
sepia-toned platinotype on card mount, 1889
NPG x144133

x144134

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Numa Blanc Fils
sepia-toned albumen print on photographer's mount, circa 1889
NPG x144134

Ax140002

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Henry Herschel Hay Cameron (later The Cameron Studio)
vintage copy print, 1900
NPG Ax140002

Ax140003

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Henry Herschel Hay Cameron (later The Cameron Studio)
vintage copy print, 1900
NPG Ax140003

x144135

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Erich Sellin
albumen carte-de-visite, circa 1902
NPG x144135

x144136

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Erich Sellin
albumen carte-de-visite, circa 1902
NPG x144136

x144137

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Erich Sellin
albumen carte-de-visite, circa 1902
NPG x144137

x144138

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Erich Sellin
albumen carte-de-visite, circa 1902
NPG x144138

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