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Felix H. Man

(1893-1985), Photographer and refugee from Nazi Germany

Felix H. Man (Hans Baumann)

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist of 37 portraits
Active from 1929 as a photojournalist, Felix Man emigrated to London in 1934 where he was chief photographer for Picture Post from 1938-45. NPG retrospective, Felix H. Man: Reportage Portraits 1929-76 (1976-7).

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Ernest Procter; Dod Procter, by Felix H. Man - NPG P866

Ernest Procter; Dod Procter

by Felix H. Man
vintage fibre-based print mounted on card, 1934
NPG P866

Sir Gordon Richards at Newmarket, by Felix H. Man - NPG P17

Sir Gordon Richards at Newmarket

by Felix H. Man
bromide print, circa 1938-1939

Ernest Bevin, by Felix H. Man - NPG P12

Ernest Bevin

by Felix H. Man
bromide print, 1939-1940

David Lloyd George, by Felix H. Man - NPG P10

David Lloyd George

by Felix H. Man
bromide print, circa 1940

Herbert Read, by Felix H. Man - NPG P13

Herbert Read

by Felix H. Man
bromide print, 1940

Evelyn Waugh, by Felix H. Man - NPG P14

Evelyn Waugh

by Felix H. Man
bromide print, circa 1943

George Orwell, by Felix H. Man - NPG P865

George Orwell

by Felix H. Man
bromide print, 1947
NPG P865

Oskar Kokoschka, by Felix H. Man - NPG x128173

Oskar Kokoschka

by Felix H. Man
vintage bromide print, 1930
NPG x128173

Stanhope Alexander Forbes, by Felix H. Man - NPG x68228

Stanhope Alexander Forbes

by Felix H. Man
vintage print, 1934
NPG x68228

Sir Henry Joseph Wood, by Felix H. Man - NPG x1157

Sir Henry Joseph Wood

by Felix H. Man
bromide print, 1938
NPG x1157

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

James Evershed Agate

by Felix H. Man
bromide print, 1939
NPG x1148

Sir Stafford Cripps, by Felix H. Man - NPG x1151

Sir Stafford Cripps

by Felix H. Man
bromide print, 1939
NPG x1151

John Craxton, by Felix H. Man - NPG x11800

John Craxton

by Felix H. Man
bromide print, 1940s
NPG x11800

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