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Alfred Ainger

(1837-1904), Writer, humorist and divine

Sitter in 2 portraits
Writer, humorist and clergyman; ordained, 1863, becoming canon of Bristol Cathedral in 1887; appointed Master of the Temple, 1894; popular as a preacher and lecturer; author of a number of works on literary subjects, notably on his hero Charles Lamb.

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Alfred Ainger, by George Du Maurier - NPG 2660

Alfred Ainger

by George Du Maurier
watercolour, circa 1881
NPG 2660

Alfred Ainger ('Men of the Day. No. 532.'), by Sir Leslie Ward - NPG D44581

Alfred Ainger ('Men of the Day. No. 532.')

by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 13 February 1892
NPG D44581


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