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Lady Bridget Poulett (1912-1975), Daughter of 7th Earl Poulett

Sitter in 10 portraits
Lady Bridget Poulett was the daughter of 7th Earl Poulett and sister of the 8th Earl Poulett and was considered to be one of the great Society Beauties of the period. Famous for her almond green eyes and jet black hair she was a prominent first nighter at the theatre and photographed by all the leading photographers of the day .

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Lady Bridget Poulett

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate glass negative, 14 April 1930
NPG x26717

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Lady Bridget Poulett

by Paul Tanqueray
vintage bromide print, 1932
NPG x21799

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Lady Bridget Poulett

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate glass negative, 4 April 1933
NPG x80990

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Lady Bridget Poulett

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate glass negative, 4 April 1933
NPG x80991

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Lady Bridget Poulett

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate glass negative, 4 April 1933
NPG x80992

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Lady Bridget Poulett as 'Arethusa'

by Madame Yevonde
Vivex colour print, 1935
NPG x17959

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Lady Bridget Poulett as Arethusa

by Madame Yevonde
Vivex colour print, 1935
NPG x26034

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Lady Bridget Poulett

by Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd)
whole-plate film negative, 14 April 1930
NPG x70265

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Lady Bridget Poulett

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate glass negative, 4 April 1933
NPG x80993

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