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Arthur Strong (1908-2004)

Artist of 12 portraits

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Frank Nathan Daniel Buchman

by Arthur Strong
matte bromide print, 1935
NPG x19834

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Burnett Hillman Streeter

by Arthur Strong
matte bromide print, 1935
NPG x19839

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Louisa Jane (née Grey), Countess of Antrim

by Arthur Strong
matte bromide print, 1940s
NPG x19830

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George Loyd Courthope, 1st Baron Courthope of Whiligh

by Arthur Strong
matte bromide print, 30 November 1946
NPG x19833

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C.S. Lewis

by Arthur Strong
bromide print on Ilford paper, 1947
NPG x19838

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C.S. Lewis

by Arthur Strong
bromide print on Ilford paper, 1947
NPG x19828

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C.S. Lewis

by Arthur Strong
bromide print on Ilford paper, 1947
NPG x19837

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Sir Robert Birley

by Arthur Strong
matte bromide print, 1974
NPG x19831

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