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Frederick Henry Evans (1852-1943)

Artist of 13 portraits
Evans was originally a London bookseller and a friend of Shaw. He devoted himself to photography from 1898 and became a member of the Linked Ring brotherhood.

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P1034

Harley Granville-Barker

by Frederick Henry Evans
platinum print on photographer's mount, 1890s
NPG P1034

P1035

Harley Granville-Barker

by Frederick Henry Evans
platinum print on photographer's mount, 1890s
NPG P1035

P114

Aubrey Vincent Beardsley

by Frederick Henry Evans
platinum print, circa 1894
On display in Room 29 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG P114

P104

Arthur William Symons

by Frederick Henry Evans
sepia platinum print, circa 1895-1900
NPG P104

P113

George Bernard Shaw

by Frederick Henry Evans
platinum print, 1896
NPG P113

P1033

Harley Granville-Barker

by Frederick Henry Evans
platinum print on photographer's mount, 1900
NPG P1033

P476

Edward Thomas

by Frederick Henry Evans
bromide print, circa 1904
NPG P476

x8008

Robert R. Steele

by Frederick Henry Evans
platinum print, circa 1895
NPG x8008

x8009

Robert R. Steele

by Frederick Henry Evans
platinum print, circa 1895
NPG x8009

x3698

George Edward Barton

by Frederick Henry Evans
platinum print, February 1899
NPG x3698

x1146

Charles Edward Conder

by Frederick Henry Evans
platinum print, circa 1902-1904
NPG x1146

x1147

Charles Edward Conder

by Frederick Henry Evans
platinum print, circa 1902-1904
NPG x1147

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