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Violet Vanbrugh (Violet Augusta Mary Barnes) (1867-1942), Actress; former wife of Arthur Bourchier; sister of Dame Irene Vanbrugh

Sitter associated with 53 portraits

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x127954

Violet Vanbrugh (Violet Augusta Mary Barnes)

by Elliott & Fry
albumen cabinet card, late 1880s
NPG x127954

Ax9298

Violet Vanbrugh (Violet Augusta Mary Barnes)

by Herbert Rose Barraud, published by Carson & Comerford
carbon print, published 1 July 1887
NPG Ax9298

x193630

Arthur Bourchier; Violet Vanbrugh (Violet Augusta Mary Barnes)

by Bassano Ltd, published by The Rotophot Postcard
bromide postcard print, 1890s
NPG x193630

x96499

Violet Vanbrugh (Violet Augusta Mary Barnes)

by Alexander Bassano
half-plate glass negative, 1890
NPG x96499

x84958

In 'King Henry VIII'

by Alexander Bassano
bromide print, 1892
NPG x84958

x84959

In 'King Henry VIII'

by Alexander Bassano
bromide print, 1892
NPG x84959

x84960

In 'King Henry VIII'

by Alexander Bassano
bromide print, 1892
NPG x84960

x84961

In 'King Henry VIII'

by Alexander Bassano
bromide print, 1892
NPG x84961

x96500

In 'King Henry VIII'

by Alexander Bassano
half-plate glass negative, 1892
NPG x96500

x96501

In 'King Henry VIII'

by Alexander Bassano
half-plate glass negative, 1892
NPG x96501

x96502

In 'King Henry VIII'

by Alexander Bassano
half-plate glass negative, 1892
NPG x96502

x96503

In 'King Henry VIII'

by Alexander Bassano
half-plate glass negative, 1892
NPG x96503

Ax28870

Violet Vanbrugh (Violet Augusta Mary Barnes)

by Alfred Ellis
carbon print, published 1 January 1895
NPG Ax28870

x27118

Violet Vanbrugh (Violet Augusta Mary Barnes)

by Bassano Ltd, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
hand-coloured postcard print, 1900s
NPG x27118

x27119

Violet Vanbrugh (Violet Augusta Mary Barnes)

by Art Photogravure Co Ltd, after Ernest Walter Histed
photogravure, early 1900s
NPG x27119

x193111

Violet Vanbrugh (Violet Augusta Mary Barnes); Unidentified girl

published by Ogden's
bromide cigarette card, published circa 1900-1907
NPG x193111

Ax135795

Violet Vanbrugh (Violet Augusta Mary Barnes) as Lady Macbeth in 'Macbeth'

by Lallie Charles (née Charlotte Elizabeth Martin), published by Hudson & Kearns Ltd
photogravure, 20 June 1911, published 1912
NPG Ax135795

x34380

Violet Vanbrugh (Violet Augusta Mary Barnes)

by Bassano Ltd
whole-plate glass negative, 1912
NPG x34380

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