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The Workhouse, Southwell

36 portraits on display at The Workhouse, Southwell

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Charlotte Despard (née French), attributed to Charles Mendelssohn Horsfall - NPG 4345

Charlotte Despard (née French)

attributed to Charles Mendelssohn Horsfall
oil on canvas
On display at The Workhouse, Southwell
NPG 4345

Sylvia Pankhurst, by Sylvia Pankhurst - NPG 4999

Sylvia Pankhurst

by Sylvia Pankhurst
chalk, circa 1907-1910
On display at The Workhouse, Southwell
NPG 4999

Dame Christabel Pankhurst, by Richard George Mathews - NPG 6904

Dame Christabel Pankhurst

by Richard George Mathews
charcoal and chalk, 1908
On display at The Workhouse, Southwell
NPG 6904

David Lloyd George, by Walton Adams - NPG P140(36)

David Lloyd George

by Walton Adams
bromide print, circa 1913
On display at The Workhouse, Southwell
NPG P140(36)

Hilaire Belloc, by Bernard Partridge - NPG 3664

Hilaire Belloc

by Bernard Partridge
pencil, published in Punch 17 August 1927
On display at The Workhouse, Southwell
NPG 3664

Emmeline Pankhurst, by Georgina Agnes Brackenbury - NPG 2360

Emmeline Pankhurst

by Georgina Agnes Brackenbury
oil on canvas, 1927
On display at The Workhouse, Southwell
NPG 2360

Dame Millicent Fawcett, by Walery, published by  Sampson Low & Co - NPG x9121

Dame Millicent Fawcett

by Walery, published by Sampson Low & Co
carbon print, published September 1889
On display at The Workhouse, Southwell
NPG x9121

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, by Walery, published by  Sampson Low & Co - NPG x8446

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson

by Walery, published by Sampson Low & Co
carbon print, published February 1889
On display at The Workhouse, Southwell
NPG x8446

Dame Christabel Pankhurst, by Lallie Charles, published by  Rotary Photographic Co Ltd - NPG x135535

Dame Christabel Pankhurst

by Lallie Charles, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
postcard print, 1908
On display at The Workhouse, Southwell
NPG x135535

(Alice) Maud Mary Arncliffe Sennett (née Sparagnapane), by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy), published by  Women's Freedom League - NPG x136720

(Alice) Maud Mary Arncliffe Sennett (née Sparagnapane)

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy), published by Women's Freedom League
glossy postcard print, circa 1908
On display at The Workhouse, Southwell
NPG x136720