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George & Rebecca Lavis

(active 1863-1883)

Artist of 6 portraits
A fashionable portrait studio in Eastbourne, Sussex, operated jointly by husband and wife George and Rebecca Lavis.

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William Smith, by George & Rebecca Lavis - NPG Ax14879

William Smith

by George & Rebecca Lavis
albumen carte-de-visite, 1860s
On display in Room 28 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG Ax14879

(Charles) Locock Webb, by George & Rebecca Lavis - NPG Ax39770

(Charles) Locock Webb

by George & Rebecca Lavis
albumen carte-de-visite, 1860s
NPG Ax39770

George Cruikshank, by George & Rebecca Lavis - NPG x7062

George Cruikshank

by George & Rebecca Lavis
albumen cabinet card, 1860s
NPG x7062

John Wilkinson, by George & Rebecca Lavis - NPG Ax5566

John Wilkinson

by George & Rebecca Lavis
albumen cabinet card, early-mid 1870s
NPG Ax5566

Ellen Gilbert Scott (née King Sampson), by George & Rebecca Lavis - NPG x22265

Ellen Gilbert Scott (née King Sampson)

by George & Rebecca Lavis
albumen cabinet card, 1870s
NPG x22265

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Waite Hockin Stirling

by George & Rebecca Lavis
albumen cabinet card, circa 1880s
NPG x159509


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