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Yvonne Gregory

(1889-1970), Photographer; wife of Bertram Park

Sitter in 9 portraits
Artist associated with 110 portraits
Gregory married the photographer Bertram Park in 1916, and together they set up business in Dover Street, London, with the financial backing of Lord Carnarvon, the Egyptologist. Marcus Adams trained with them and ran their Nursery Studio for children; Paul Tanqueray also had premises in the same street, as did Hugh Cecil and Bassano Ltd. Bertram Park was one of the most successful society photographers of the day.

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Yvonne Gregory, by Bertram Park - NPG x35715

Yvonne Gregory

by Bertram Park
cream-toned bromide print, 1919
NPG x35715

Yvonne Gregory, by Bertram Park - NPG x199894

Yvonne Gregory

by Bertram Park
gelatin silver print, 1919
NPG x199894

Yvonne Gregory, by Bertram Park - NPG x199895

Yvonne Gregory

by Bertram Park
gelatin silver print, 1919
NPG x199895

Yvonne Gregory, by Bertram Park - NPG x11824

Yvonne Gregory

by Bertram Park
cream-toned bromide print, 1919
NPG x11824

Yvonne Gregory, by Bertram Park - NPG x11825

Yvonne Gregory

by Bertram Park
cream-toned bromide print, 1919
NPG x11825

Yvonne Gregory; (Hilary) June Mardall (née Park, later Bosanquet), by Marcus Adams - NPG x5609

Yvonne Gregory; (Hilary) June Mardall (née Park, later Bosanquet)

by Marcus Adams
cream-toned bromide print on paper mount, 1921
NPG x5609

(Hilary) June Mardall (née Park, later Bosanquet); Yvonne Gregory, by Marcus Adams - NPG x32768

(Hilary) June Mardall (née Park, later Bosanquet); Yvonne Gregory

by Marcus Adams
cream-toned bromide print on paper mount, 1929
NPG x32768

Yvonne Gregory, by Bertram Park - NPG x199911

Yvonne Gregory

by Bertram Park
gelatin silver print, circa 1930
NPG x199911

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Terence Pepper

11 July 2019, 15:03

Can you add to Related People in section on Yvonne Gregory that she is sister of the miniature painter Elsie Gregory 1877-1938 also in Collection and Yvonne ‘s daughter already noted June Mardall

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