H.G. Wells

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H.G. Wells, after Sir David Low, circa 1920-1928 - NPG D4735 - © Solo Syndication Ltd

© Solo Syndication Ltd

H.G. Wells

after Sir David Low
photolithograph, circa 1920-1928
10 1/2 in. x 6 1/4 in. (267 mm x 159 mm) plate size; 13 in. x 8 7/8 in. (330 mm x 225 mm) paper size
Given by Robert R. Steele, 1939
Reference Collection
NPG D4735


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  • Herbert George Wells (1866-1946), Novelist and social commentator. Sitter associated with 78 portraits.

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  • Sir David Low (1891-1963), Cartoonist. Artist associated with 495 portraits, Sitter in 27 portraits.

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