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Kathleen Raine (1908-2003), Poet and literary scholar

Kathleen Jesse Raine (Mrs K.J. Madge)

Sitter in 10 portraits
Poet and literary critic; her poetry, which reflects an interest in mythology and symbolism, includes The Year One (1952), The Hollow Hill (1965) and The Lost Country (1971). She is also the author of critical works, including Blake and Tradition (1968). Founder of the annual journal, Temenos, and of the Temenos Academy for Integral Studies.

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P1680

Kathleen Raine

by Rollie McKenna
bromide print, 1951
NPG P1680

5748

Kathleen Raine

by Victoria Crowe
oil on hardboard, 1984
NPG 5748

P751(16)

Kathleen Raine

by Julia Hedgecoe
bromide print, 5 May 1998
NPG P751(16)

x88820

Kathleen Raine

by Pamela Chandler
modern bromide print from original negative, April 1971
NPG x88820

x88821

Kathleen Raine

by Pamela Chandler
modern bromide print from original negative, April 1971
NPG x88821

x18637

Kathleen Raine

by Mayotte Magnus
bromide print, September 1977
NPG x18637

x32776

Kathleen Raine

by Juliet Van Otteren
bromide fibre print, 1988
NPG x32776

x137181

Kathleen Raine

by Rollie McKenna
bromide print, 1951
NPG x137181

x23443

Kathleen Raine

by Janet Stone
chlorobromide print
NPG x23443

x13756

Kathleen Raine

by Tara Heinemann
bromide print, January 1980
NPG x13756

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