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David Garnett (1892-1981), Writer

Sitter in 6 portraits
Writer and literary editor; among his works are Lady into Fox (1923), The Golden Echo (1953) and Aspects of Love (1955).

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6046

David Garnett

by Vanessa Bell (née Stephen)
oil and gouache on cardboard, 1915
NPG 6046

6718

The Memoir Club

by Vanessa Bell (née Stephen)
oil on canvas, circa 1943
NPG 6718

5485

David Garnett

by Nerissa Stephen Garnett
oil on canvas, circa 1970
NPG 5485

Ax140447

David Garnett

by Lady Ottoline Morrell
vintage snapshot print, 1920
NPG Ax140447

Ax140448

David Garnett

by Lady Ottoline Morrell
vintage snapshot print, 1920
NPG Ax140448

x13372

David Garnett

by Mark Gerson
bromide print, October 1953
NPG x13372

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