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Artist associated with 13 portraits
Sir George Reid
by William Edward Grayvintage print, 1911NPG x12796
Walter Runciman, 1st Baron Runciman
by William Edward Graysepia bromide print on card mount, circa 1915NPG x137378
by William Edward Grayglossy sepia bromide print on card mount, circa 1917NPG x137376
Sir Alfred Hopkinson
by William Edward Graysepia bromide print, circa 1934NPG x137377
Siegfried Loraine Sassoon
by William Edward Gray, after Glyn Warren Philpotphotograph, (1917)NPG D40553
by William Edward Gray, after Walter Howell Deverellphotograph of painting, albumen print, (exhibited 1853)NPG P1273(13a)
by William Edward Gray, after John William Inchboldphotograph of drawing, albumen print, (circa 1854)NPG P1273(14b)
'Home from work'
by William Edward Gray, after Arthur Hughesphotograph of painting, albumen print, (1860-1861)NPG P1273(12a)
'The Rift in the Lute'
by William Edward Gray, after Arthur Hughesphotograph of painting, albumen print, (1861-1862)NPG P1273(12b)
'The Sacrifice of Elijah'
by William Edward Gray, after Albert Joseph Moorephotograph of painting, albumen print, (1863)NPG P1273(14a)
by William Edward Gray, after Albert Joseph Moorephotograph of painting, albumen print, (1865-1866)NPG P1273(16a)
by William Edward Gray, after Albert Joseph Moorephotograph of painting, albumen print, (1868-1870)NPG P1273(15)
by William Edward Gray, after Thomas Stothardphotograph of fresco, albumen print, 1890sNPG P1273(16b)
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