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William Bateson

(1861-1926), Biologist

Sitter in 5 portraits
Biologist; champion of the theories of Gregor Mendel; founder of the experimental study of genetics, a term which he coined; demonstrated that certain combinations of characteristics are inherited together, but rejected the theory of chromosome inheritance.

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William Bateson, by William Edward Arnold-Forster - NPG 2147

William Bateson

by William Edward Arnold-Forster
chalk, 1923
NPG 2147

William Bateson, by Herbert Charles Osterstock - NPG x5163

William Bateson

by Herbert Charles Osterstock
bromide print
NPG x5163

William Bateson, by Denis Gascoigne Lillie - NPG D157

William Bateson

by Denis Gascoigne Lillie
watercolour, 1905
NPG D157

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William Bateson

by Vernon Henry Mottram
platinum print, 1909
NPG x259

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