John Palmer Clarke (born 1853), Photographer
Artist associated with 8 portraits
George Gery Milner-Gibson Cullum
by John Palmer Clarkealbumen cabinet card, circa 1892NPG Ax13955
Arthur Mesac Knight
by John Palmer Clarkevintage bromide print, circa 1900sNPG x159237
by John Palmer Clarkecarbon print, circa 1911NPG Ax160818
Dame Bertha Surtees Newall (née Phillpotts)
by John Palmer Clarkebromide print, early 1930s?NPG x21506
Sir Francis Darwin
by John Palmer Clarkeplatinum print, circa 1907NPG x4613
Francis Hugh Adam Marshall
by John Palmer Clarkebromide print, 1926NPG x186502
Sir William Ridgeway
by John Palmer ClarkephotogravureNPG x12814
William FitzWilliam, Earl of Southampton
by John Palmer Clarke, after Hans Holbein the Youngercarbon print, 1909 or before (1539 or before)NPG D41831
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