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James Evershed Agate

(1877-1947), Drama critic

Sitter in 21 portraits
Drama critic; contributed reviews to Daily Dispatch (1906); went on to become a highly influential critic for both The Sunday TImes (1923-47) and the BBC (1925-32); his diaries, published in nine volumes under the title Ego (1935-48) vividly evoke the personalities and the cultural life of his day.

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The Critics, by Edward Burra - NPG 6370

The Critics

by Edward Burra
ink, 1932
NPG 6370

James Evershed Agate, by Cecil Beaton - NPG P869(1)

James Evershed Agate

by Cecil Beaton
vintage bromide print on white card mount, 1944
NPG P869(1)

James Evershed Agate, by Angus McBean - NPG P617

James Evershed Agate

by Angus McBean
vintage bromide print, 1947
NPG P617

James Evershed Agate, by Unknown photographer - NPG x17

James Evershed Agate

by Unknown photographer
cream-toned bromide print on card mount, 1930s
NPG x17

James Evershed Agate, by Lafayette - NPG x70135

James Evershed Agate

by Lafayette
whole-plate film negative, 24 January 1930
NPG x70135

James Evershed Agate, by Howard Coster - NPG x10296

James Evershed Agate

by Howard Coster
half-plate film negative, circa 1934
NPG x10296

James Evershed Agate, by Felix H. Man - NPG x1148

James Evershed Agate

by Felix H. Man
bromide print, 1939
NPG x1148

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James Evershed Agate

by Howard Coster
half-plate film negative, 1931
NPG x2518

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