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Randolph Schwabe (1885-1948), Draughtsman and printmaker

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 10 portraits
Randolph Schwabe was a draughtsman, etcher and lithographer, chiefly of architectural and figure subjects. Schwabe studied at the Royal College of Art, the Slade School and at the Académie Julian, Paris. He exhibited with the N.E.A.C. from 1909, was a member of the London Group 1915, and served as an Official War Artist in the First World War.

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4431

Augustine Birrell

by Randolph Schwabe
chalk, 1927
NPG 4431

D17838

Francis Dodd

by Randolph Schwabe
etching, April 1916
NPG D17838

D20811

Sir Neville Gerald Lyttelton

after Randolph Schwabe
collotype, (1930)
NPG D20811

D35339

Campbell Dodgson

printed by Oxford University Press, after Randolph Schwabe
collotype, 1932 (8 May 1932)
NPG D35339

D35339

Campbell Dodgson

printed by Oxford University Press, after Randolph Schwabe
collotype, 1932 (8 May 1932)
NPG D35339