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Alice Boughton (1865-1943)

Artist of 8 portraits
Alice Boughton opened her own portrait studio in New York in 1890, and her subjects were prominent literary and theatrical figures. Her studies of children are also noteworthy and she is remembered for her photographs of female nudes in allegorical or natural settings. Her studio remained open for forty years. In 1928 a collection of her portraits, Photographing the Famous, was published. Her work is in the permanent collections of several major museums.

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George Arliss (Augustus George Andrews)

by Alice Boughton
vintage bromide print, exhibited 1911
NPG P184


Dame Adeline Genée

by Alice Boughton
platinum print, 1914
NPG P206


John Drinkwater

by Alice Boughton
vintage bromide print, 1920s
NPG P204


Dame Myra Hess

by Alice Boughton
vintage bromide print, 1925
NPG P207


Roger Fry

by Alice Boughton
platinum print, circa 1900
NPG x9186


Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson

by Alice Boughton
bromide print, 1916
NPG x11829


Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson

by Alice Boughton
bromide print, 1916
NPG x11830


Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson

by Alice Boughton
bromide print, 1916
NPG x11831

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