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Anthony Wysard (1907-1984), Caricaturist

Sitter associated with 2 portraits
Artist associated with 58 portraits
Educated at Harrow, and destined to become an accountant, Wysard decided instead to pursue an artistic career. He published drawings in all of the fashionable journals of the day, including the Tatler, the Bystander, the Sphere and Harper's Bazaar. After serving in the Second World War, Wysard became editor of Harper's Bazaar.

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6438

Cecil Beaton

by Anthony Wysard
pencil, ink and wash on board, 1930
NPG 6438

6122

The 7th and 8th Marquesses of Londonderry

by Anthony Wysard
pencil and gouache, 1936
NPG 6122

6121

Charles Laughton

by Anthony Wysard
pencil and gouache, 1936
NPG 6121

6123

'Like Father: Like Son (XIV)' (Malcolm John MacDonald; Ramsay MacDonald)

by Anthony Wysard
pencil and gouache, published in 'The Tatler' April 1936
NPG 6123

6114

Albert Henry Stanley, Baron Ashfield

by Anthony Wysard
pencil and gouache, published 1938
NPG 6114

6120

Alexander Korda

by Anthony Wysard
pencil and gouache, circa 1940-1956
NPG 6120

D268

Dame Gladys Cooper

by Anthony Wysard
pencil and watercolour
NPG D268

D272

Sir Edward Elgar, Bt

by Anthony Wysard
pencil and watercolour
NPG D272

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