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Christopher Nevinson (1889-1946), Artist

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson

Sitter in 14 portraits
Artist, a fellow student with Stanley Spencer at the Slade; unfit for service in the army, in 1914 Nevinson joined the Friends' Ambulance Unit and went to France where he worked as a driver, stretcher-bearer and hospital orderly. Later he joined the Royal Army Medical Corps as a nurse at the Third General Hospital in London, but was invalided out with rheumatic fever in 1916. He was made an official war artist in 1917.

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5914

Christopher Nevinson

by Barney Seale
bronze bust, 1930
NPG 5914

x2057

Christopher Nevinson

by Howard Coster
glossy bromide print, 1935
NPG x2057

Ax136069

Christopher Nevinson

by Howard Coster
vintage bromide print, 1935
NPG Ax136069

x199038

Christopher Nevinson

by Campbell Hoyle
bromide print, late 1930s
NPG x199038

D377

Christopher Nevinson

by Harry Lawrence Oakley
silhouette, 1920s-1940s
NPG D377

D495

Christopher Nevinson

by Hubert Leslie
silhouette, 1936
NPG D495

x2056

Christopher Nevinson

by Howard Coster
print, 1935
NPG x2056

x24228

Christopher Nevinson

by Howard Coster
half-plate film negative, 1935
NPG x24228

x93756

Christopher Nevinson

by Howard Coster
10 x 8 inch film negative, 1935
NPG x93756

x93757

Christopher Nevinson

by Howard Coster
10 x 8 inch film negative, 1935
NPG x93757

x93758

Christopher Nevinson

by Howard Coster
whole-plate film negative, 1935
NPG x93758

x93759

Christopher Nevinson

by Howard Coster
whole-plate film negative, 1935
NPG x93759

x93760

Christopher Nevinson

by Howard Coster
whole-plate film negative, 1935
NPG x93760

x93761

Christopher Nevinson

by Howard Coster
10 x 8 inch film negative, 1935
NPG x93761

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