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Francis, Day & Hunter (active 1890s-1920s), Musical publishers

Artist associated with 5 portraits

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Vesta Tilley (Matilda Alice (née Powles), Lady de Frece)

by Georg Meisenbach & Co, published by Francis, Day & Hunter
halftone reproduction, 1890s
NPG D42838


Pat Rafferty

printed by W.T. Stannard, published by Francis, Day & Hunter, after Unknown artist
chromolithograph, circa 1891
NPG D42808


Marie Lloyd

by and printed by Harry G. Banks, published by Francis, Day & Hunter, and published by T.B. Harms & Co
chromolithograph, published 1892
NPG D42785


Unknown sitters ('Gordon Schottische')

by Harry G. Banks, published by Francis, Day & Hunter
chromolithograph, 1898
NPG D42815


Bob Alden; Bob Adams

published by Francis, Day & Hunter
halftone reproduction, early 1920s
NPG D46091

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