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Albert Chevallier Tayler

(1862-1925), Painter

Artist associated with 10 portraits
Albert Chevallier Tayler was an artist who specialised in portrait and genre painting, but was also involved in the plein air methods of the Newlyn School. He was a member of the British Royal Academy of Painters, and he studied at Heatherley's School of Art, the Royal Academy schools and with avant garde painters in Paris.

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Charles Burgess Fry, by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by  George William Beldam - NPG 5953

Charles Burgess Fry

by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by George William Beldam
lithograph, 1905
NPG 5953

George Robert Canning Harris, 4th Baron Harris, by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by  George William Beldam - NPG 5954

George Robert Canning Harris, 4th Baron Harris

by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by George William Beldam
lithograph, 1905
NPG 5954

Martin Bladen Hawke, 7th Baron Hawke, by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by  George William Beldam - NPG 5955

Martin Bladen Hawke, 7th Baron Hawke

by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by George William Beldam
lithograph, 1905
NPG 5955

George Herbert Hirst, by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by  George William Beldam - NPG 5956

George Herbert Hirst

by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by George William Beldam
lithograph, 1905
NPG 5956

Sir (Francis) Stanley Jackson, by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by  George William Beldam - NPG 5957

Sir (Francis) Stanley Jackson

by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by George William Beldam
lithograph, 1905
NPG 5957

Gilbert Laird Jessop, by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by  George William Beldam - NPG 5958

Gilbert Laird Jessop

by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by George William Beldam
lithograph, 1905
NPG 5958

Archibald Campbell MacLaren, by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by  George William Beldam - NPG 5959

Archibald Campbell MacLaren

by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by George William Beldam
lithograph, 1905
NPG 5959

Wilfred Rhodes, copy by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by  George William Beldam - NPG 5960

Wilfred Rhodes

copy by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by George William Beldam
lithograph, 1905
NPG 5960

Sir Pelham Francis Warner, by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by  George William Beldam - NPG 5961

Sir Pelham Francis Warner

by Albert Chevallier Tayler, after a photograph by George William Beldam
lithograph, 1905
NPG 5961

David Richard Beatty, 1st Earl Beatty, after Albert Chevallier Tayler - NPG D23557

David Richard Beatty, 1st Earl Beatty

after Albert Chevallier Tayler
chromolithograph, (1920)
NPG D23557

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