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Sherrill Schell (1877-1964), Photographer

Artist associated with 28 portraits
Sherril Schell was an American photographer, better known for his architectural photography than for his portraits. He had a studio in London in the early 1900s to the 1910s.

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P612

Alice Meynell (née Thompson)

by Sherrill Schell
platinum print, circa 1911-1913
NPG P612

P101(b)

Rupert Brooke

by Sherrill Schell
glass positive, April 1913
NPG P101(b)

P101(f)

Rupert Brooke

by Sherrill Schell
glass positive, April 1913
NPG P101(f)

P101(a)

Rupert Brooke

by Sherrill Schell
glass positive, April 1913
NPG P101(a)

P101(c)

Rupert Brooke

by Sherrill Schell
glass positive, April 1913
NPG P101(c)

P101(d)

Rupert Brooke

by Sherrill Schell
glass positive, April 1913
NPG P101(d)

P101(e)

Rupert Brooke

by Sherrill Schell
glass positive, April 1913
NPG P101(e)

P101(g)

Rupert Brooke

by Sherrill Schell
glass positive, April 1913
NPG P101(g)

2448

Rupert Brooke

by James Havard Thomas, after a photograph by Sherrill Schell
pencil, (1913)
NPG 2448

P1698

Rupert Brooke

by Sherrill Schell
gelatin silver print, April 1913
On display in Room 31 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG P1698

P1829

Rupert Brooke

by Sherrill Schell
gelatin silver print, April 1913
NPG P1829

x29802

Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
NPG x29802

x29803

Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
NPG x29803

x29804

Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
NPG x29804

x29806

Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
NPG x29806

x29807

Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
NPG x29807

x29808

Called Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
NPG x29808

x29809

Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
NPG x29809

x29801

Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
NPG x29801

x33967

Called Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
vintage contact print, 1917
NPG x33967