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Julian Ottoline Vinogradoff (née Morrell); Lady Ottoline Morrell

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Julian Ottoline Vinogradoff (née Morrell); Lady Ottoline Morrell, by Philip Edward Morrell, 1908 - NPG Ax140085 - © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Julian Ottoline Vinogradoff (née Morrell); Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Philip Edward Morrell
vintage snapshot print, 1908
2 1/4 in. x 3 3/4 in. (57 mm x 95 mm) image size
Purchased with help from the Friends of the National Libraries and the Dame Helen Gardner Bequest, 2003
Photographs Collection
NPG Ax140085

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  • Lady Ottoline Morrell (1873-1938), Patron of the arts; half-sister of 6th Duke of Portland; wife of Philip Edward Morrell. Sitter associated with 595 portraits, Artist associated with 1700 portraits.
  • Julian Ottoline Vinogradoff (née Morrell) (1906-1989), Former wife of Sir Victor Goodman, and later wife of Igor Vinogradoff; daughter of Lady Ottoline Morrell. Sitter in 409 portraits, Artist associated with 2 portraits.

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  • Philip Edward Morrell (1870-1943), Politician; husband of Lady Ottoline Morrell. Artist associated with 341 portraits, Sitter associated with 191 portraits.

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Current affairs

Henry Asquith replaces Henry Campbell-Bannerman as Liberal leader and Prime Minister, with David Lloyd George taking control of the Exchequer. Asquith and Lloyd George embark on a bold programme of social reform, laying the foundations of the Welfare State, introducing government pensions this year and later a system of National Insurance. The first aeroplane for the British army is built by the American, Samuel Cody.

Art and science

E.M. Forster's novel A Room with a View is published, following the experiences of a young woman, Lucy Honeydrew, in the repressed culture of Edwardian England. The French art critic Louis Vauxcelles first uses the term 'cubism' to refer to a landscape painting by Georges Braque.


King Carlos of Portugal and his heir, Prince Luis Filipe, are killed by assassins from the Republican trying to provoke a revolution. Carlos I, unpopular because of his extravagant lifestyle and extramarital affairs, was succeeded by his younger son, Manuel, the last monarch of the Braganza dynasty. Following the death of the Guangxu Emperor in China, his two year old nephew replaces him, becoming the the last Manchu emperor of China.

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