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(Basil) Kingsley Martin

(1897-1969), Journalist and writer

Sitter in 14 portraits
Journalist and editor. Wrote leaders for the Manchester Guardian (1927-30); editor of New Statesman (1931-60), quadrupling the circulation and transforming a weekly of limited appeal into a political organ of worldwide influence; co-founder and joint editor of Political Quarterly; publications include The Triumph of Lord Palmerston (1924) and Father Figures (1966).

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(Basil) Kingsley Martin, by Sir David Low - NPG 4529(233)

(Basil) Kingsley Martin

by Sir David Low
pencil, 1949 or before
NPG 4529(233)

(Basil) Kingsley Martin, by Sir David Low - NPG 4529(234)

(Basil) Kingsley Martin

by Sir David Low
pencil, 1949 or before
NPG 4529(234)

(Basil) Kingsley Martin, by Laurence Henderson Bradshaw - NPG 5528

(Basil) Kingsley Martin

by Laurence Henderson Bradshaw
chalk, 1960
NPG 5528

(Basil) Kingsley Martin, by Herbert K. Nolan - NPG x24804

(Basil) Kingsley Martin

by Herbert K. Nolan
bromide print, 1950s
NPG x24804

(Basil) Kingsley Martin, by Herbert K. Nolan - NPG x24805

(Basil) Kingsley Martin

by Herbert K. Nolan
bromide print, 1950s
NPG x24805

(Basil) Kingsley Martin, after Sir David Low - NPG D43347

(Basil) Kingsley Martin

after Sir David Low
halftone reproduction tear sheet, published 16 April 1949
NPG D43347

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(Basil) Kingsley Martin

by Walter Stoneman
half-plate glass negative, 30 September 1949
NPG x190336

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(Basil) Kingsley Martin

by Walter Stoneman
half-plate glass negative, 30 September 1949
NPG x190337

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(Basil) Kingsley Martin

by Rex Coleman, for Baron Studios
5 x 4 inch film negative, 28 November 1963
NPG x191772

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