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Mark Wayner (Weiner) (1888 or 1889-1980)

Artist of 36 portraits
Polish-born Wayner moved to London with his parents at the age of three. Displaying an early flair for drawing, he was apprenticed to a German artist after which he studied at the Craft School affiliated to the Royal College of Arts and then the Slade School of Art. Apart from painting, Wayner established a considerable reputation as a caricaturist and published two books on the subject. He supplemented his artistic income by designing posters and Christmas cards for the firm of Raphael Tuck.

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D23315

Sir Henry Joseph Wood

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23315

D23316

Sir Thomas Beecham, 2nd Bt

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23316

D23317

Sir Landon Ronald

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23317

D23318

George Robey

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23318

D23319

Leslie Lincoln Henson

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23319

D23320

Sir John Martin-Harvey

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23320

D23321

Sir Gerald Du Maurier

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23321

D23324

Sir Max Beerbohm

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23324

D23325

Arnold Bennett

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23325

D23326

Sir (Thomas Henry) Hall Caine

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23326

D23327

H.G. Wells; George Bernard Shaw

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23327

D23329

G.K. Chesterton

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23329

D23330

Herbert Louis Samuel, 1st Viscount Samuel

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23330

D23332

Philip Snowden, Viscount Snowden

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23332

D23333

David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23333

D23334

Solomon Barnato Joel

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23334

D23335

Henry George Charles Lascelles, 6th Earl of Harewood

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23335

D23336

Hugh Cecil Lowther, 5th Earl of Lonsdale

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23336

D23337

Joseph Herman Hertz

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23337

D23338

William Ralph Inge

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23338

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