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Alan John Percivale Taylor (1906-1990), Historian and journalist

Sitter in 11 portraits
Historian; well-known for the lucidity of his argument and the originality of his views, Taylor wrote many studies of modern historical subjects, particularly the First and Second World Wars. His publications include English History 1914-1945 (1965) and The Russian Revolution of 1917, (script of the first lectures given on television, 1958).

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5988

Alan John Percivale Taylor

by Maggi Hambling
oil on canvas, 1988
NPG 5988

x45735

Alan John Percivale Taylor

by Walter Stoneman
bromide print, May 1957
NPG x45735

x15119

Alan John Percivale Taylor

by Roger George Clark
bromide print, 14 August 1977
NPG x15119

x23480

Alan John Percivale Taylor

by Michael Birt
bromide print in window mount, 12 October 1982
NPG x23480

x24949

Alan John Percivale Taylor

by Stephen Hyde
bromide print, 1983
NPG x24949

x24403

Alan John Percivale Taylor

by Granville Davies
resin print, October 1984
NPG x24403

x24404

Alan John Percivale Taylor

by Granville Davies
resin print, October 1984
NPG x24404

x185601

Alan John Percivale Taylor

by Walter Stoneman
bromide print, 1957
NPG x185601

x22482

Alan John Percivale Taylor

by Bill Brandt
bromide print on card mount, 1957
NPG x22482

x165879

Alan John Percivale Taylor

by Godfrey Argent
bromide print, 25 February 1969
NPG x165879

D59

Alan John Percivale Taylor

by David Levine
pen and ink, 1965
NPG D59

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