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Philip Tennyson Cole (1862-1939)

Artist associated with 4 portraits

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5433

King Edward VII

by Philip Tennyson Cole
oil on canvas, 1907
NPG 5433

D33848

King Edward VII

published by The Graphic, after Philip Tennyson Cole
relief halftone, published 27 July 1907 (1907)
NPG D33848

D39282

Sir William Purdie Treloar, Bt

published by The Fine Arts Publishing Company, after Philip Tennyson Cole
photogravure, 1907 (1907)
NPG D39282

x97891

Sir Henry Hubert Juta

by Navana Vandyk, after Philip Tennyson Cole
half-plate film negative, 6 April 1949 (1898?)
NPG x97891

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