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Frances Partridge

(1900-2004), Author and literary journalist

Frances Catherine Partridge (née Marshall)

Sitter in 9 portraits
Artist associated with 2 portraits
A member of the Bloomsbury circle, Frances Marshall was David Garnett's sister-in-law and worked in his bookshop in the 1920s where she met Ralph Partridge whom she eventually married. She is the author of numerous works but is most noted for her Diaries which cover the years 1939 to 1994.

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Frances Partridge, by Derry Moore, 12th Earl of Drogheda - NPG P533

Frances Partridge

by Derry Moore, 12th Earl of Drogheda
colour print, 1992
NPG P533

Frances Partridge, by Julia Hedgecoe - NPG P751(15)

Frances Partridge

by Julia Hedgecoe
bromide print, 5 August 1997
NPG P751(15)

Frances Partridge, by Unknown photographer - NPG x38543

Frances Partridge

by Unknown photographer
Ridax snapshot print, 1930s
NPG x38543

Frances Partridge, by Unknown photographer - NPG x38544

Frances Partridge

by Unknown photographer
vintage snapshot print, August 1946
NPG x38544

Frances Partridge, by Fay Godwin - NPG x68242

Frances Partridge

by Fay Godwin
bromide print, 1970s
NPG x68242

Frances Partridge, by Janet Stone - NPG x23339

Frances Partridge

by Janet Stone
bromide print, 1973
NPG x23339

Frances Partridge, by Tara Heinemann - NPG x30991

Frances Partridge

by Tara Heinemann
bromide fibre print, 1984
NPG x30991

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