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Hazel Lavery

(1880-1935), Socialite, actress and painter; former wife of Edward Trudeau, and later wife of Sir John Lavery

Hazel (née Martyn), Lady Lavery

Sitter in 10 portraits
Artist of 1 portrait


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Hazel Lavery, by Baron Adolph de Meyer - NPG P164

Hazel Lavery

by Baron Adolph de Meyer
vintage bromide print, 1910s
NPG P164

Hazel Lavery, by E.O. Hoppé - NPG P1394

Hazel Lavery

by E.O. Hoppé
gelatin silver print, 1916
NPG P1394

Hazel Lavery, by E.O. Hoppé - NPG P1393

Hazel Lavery

by E.O. Hoppé
gelatin silver print, 1916
NPG P1393

'The Great Petticoat Lane Fair: Some Prominent Stallholders at the Albert Hall', by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax105838

'The Great Petticoat Lane Fair: Some Prominent Stallholders at the Albert Hall'

by Unknown photographer
halftone reproduction tear sheet, 1915-1916
NPG Ax105838

Hazel Lavery, by E.O. Hoppé - NPG x137571

Hazel Lavery

by E.O. Hoppé
modern print on sepia-toned Veribrom paper, 1916
NPG x137571

Hazel Lavery, by E.O. Hoppé - NPG Ax132944

Hazel Lavery

by E.O. Hoppé
photogravure, 3 October 1921
NPG Ax132944

Hazel Lavery; Sir John Lavery, by E.O. Hoppé - NPG x132912

Hazel Lavery; Sir John Lavery

by E.O. Hoppé
modern print on sepia-toned Veribrom paper, 1922
NPG x132912

Hazel Lavery, by Peter North - NPG x135125

Hazel Lavery

by Peter North
cream-toned bromide print on page mount, late 1920s
NPG x135125

Hazel Lavery as Lady Hamilton, by Hugh Cecil (Hugh Cecil Saunders) - NPG x193464

Hazel Lavery as Lady Hamilton

by Hugh Cecil (Hugh Cecil Saunders)
halftone reproduction tear sheet, published 13 June 1928
NPG x193464

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