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Lallie Charles (née Charlotte Elizabeth Martin)

(1869-1919), Photographer

Sitter in 9 portraits
Artist associated with 98 portraits
Inspired by the success of Alice Hughes, Charlotte ('Lallie') Charles opened her first photographic studio in 1896, at The Nook in Regent's Park, London. Lallie and her sister Rita became the most commercially successful women portraitists of the first decade of the 1900s.

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Bea Martin; Lallie Charles; Rita Martin, by Lallie Charles - NPG x68949

Bea Martin; Lallie Charles; Rita Martin

by Lallie Charles
whole-plate glass negative, circa 1899
NPG x68949

Bea Martin; Rita Martin; Lallie Charles, by Lallie Charles - NPG x68948

Bea Martin; Rita Martin; Lallie Charles

by Lallie Charles
whole-plate glass negative, circa 1899
NPG x68948

Lallie Charles, by Lallie Charles - NPG x125449

Lallie Charles

by Lallie Charles
vintage print, 1900s
NPG x125449

Lallie Charles, by Lallie Charles - NPG x68950

Lallie Charles

by Lallie Charles
bromide contact print, early 1910s
NPG x68950

Lallie Charles, by Miss Compton Collier - NPG x68996

Lallie Charles

by Miss Compton Collier
cream-toned bromide print on brown folder, circa 1917
NPG x68996

Lallie Charles; Ida Adams and an unknown woman, by Miss Compton Collier - NPG x68994

Lallie Charles; Ida Adams and an unknown woman

by Miss Compton Collier
cream-toned bromide print on brown folder, circa 1917
NPG x68994

Ida Adams; Lallie Charles and an unknown woman, by Miss Compton Collier - NPG x68995

Ida Adams; Lallie Charles and an unknown woman

by Miss Compton Collier
cream-toned bromide print on brown folder, circa 1917
NPG x68995

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