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Sir Geoffroy William Millais, 4th Bt (1863-1941), Traveller and photographer; son of Sir John Everett Millais, 1st Bt

Sitter in 5 portraits
The sixth of Sir John Everett Millais's eight children, Geoffroy succeeded to the baronetcy in 1920. A traveller and photographer, several of his drawings illustrated Arthur Neve's book Picturesque Kashmir (1899).

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Sir Geoffroy William Millais, 4th Bt

by Rupert Potter
albumen print, 11 April 1886
NPG x131250

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Sir Geoffroy William Millais, 4th Bt

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate film negative, 27 February 1938
NPG x30712

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Sir Geoffroy William Millais, 4th Bt

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate film negative, 27 February 1938
NPG x30713

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Sir Geoffroy William Millais, 4th Bt

by Bassano Ltd
bromide print, 27 February 1938
NPG x83774

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