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(Dowrish) Evelyn Louis Joll

(1925-2001), Art dealer

Sitter in 2 portraits
Chairman of Thomas Agnew & Sons from 1955 to 1992. In 1949 he married Pamela Kingzlett, the great-great-granddaughter of the art dealer, Thomas Agnew, and then joined the family firm, becoming director in 1955. An authority on J M W Turner, he produced the catalogue raisonné The Paintings of J M W Turner (1978, with Martin Butlin), which won the Mitchell Prize for Art History. Joll stimulated a huge growth of interest in the artist, culminating with the successful exhibition Turner: The Great Watercolours at the Royal Academy in 2001.

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Thomas Agnew & Sons, Gallery Directors, by Lord Snowdon - NPG P797(54)

Thomas Agnew & Sons, Gallery Directors

by Lord Snowdon
bromide print, 25 October 1963
NPG P797(54)

(Dowrish) Evelyn Louis Joll, by Lucy Anne Dickens - NPG P948(22)

(Dowrish) Evelyn Louis Joll

by Lucy Anne Dickens
C-type colour print, November 2000
NPG P948(22)

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