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Cavendish Morton (1874-1939), Photographer, actor and film director

Sitter associated with 14 portraits
Artist associated with 114 portraits
An actor, art director and photographer, Morton was born in New York of British parents. He took up photography in the 1890s, photographing an actor in Lillie Langtry's production of The Degenerates. Morton had a studio in Primrose Mansions, London, and experimented with the autochrome process.

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P494

Sir Harry Lauder

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, 1904
On display in Room 31 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG P494

P495

Sir Harry Lauder

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, 1904
NPG P495

P496

Sir Harry Lauder

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, 1904
NPG P496

P479

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, circa 1904
NPG P479

P477

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, 1905
NPG P477

x128824

Cavendish Morton as Pierrot

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, 1900s
NPG x128824

x128825

Cavendish Morton as King Lear

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, 1900s
NPG x128825

x128841

Gloria Warren

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, 1900s
NPG x128841

x128847

Unknown man

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, 1900s
NPG x128847

x45646

Cavendish Morton

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, 1900s
NPG x45646

x128860

Unknown boy

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, circa 1902
NPG x128860

x128861

Unknown girl

by Cavendish Morton
vintage print, circa 1902
NPG x128861

x128862

Unidentified boy

by Cavendish Morton, published by Raphael Tuck & Sons
postcard reproduction, circa 1902
NPG x128862

x128863

'L'entente cordiale'

by Cavendish Morton, published by Raphael Tuck & Sons
postcard reproduction, circa 1902
NPG x128863

x128864

'Two handy men'

by Cavendish Morton, published by Raphael Tuck & Sons
postcard reproduction, circa 1902
NPG x128864

x128849

Native American

by Cavendish Morton
platinum print, 1903
NPG x128849

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