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Florence Jane (née Théleur), Lady Alexander

(1857 or 1858-1946), Wife of actor Sir George Alexander; daughter of Edward Théleur

Sitter in 10 portraits

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Sir George Alexander (George Samson); Florence Jane (née Théleur), Lady Alexander, by Foulsham & Banfield, published by  Rotary Photographic Co Ltd - NPG x201000

Sir George Alexander (George Samson); Florence Jane (née Théleur), Lady Alexander

by Foulsham & Banfield, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
postcard print, 1906-1907
NPG x201000

Sir George Alexander (George Samson); Florence Jane (née Théleur), Lady Alexander, by Foulsham & Banfield, published by  Rotary Photographic Co Ltd - NPG x201001

Sir George Alexander (George Samson); Florence Jane (née Théleur), Lady Alexander

by Foulsham & Banfield, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
postcard print, 1906-1907
NPG x201001

Florence Jane (née Théleur), Lady Alexander with four unknown others, by Mrs Albert Broom (Christina Livingston) - NPG x1140

Florence Jane (née Théleur), Lady Alexander with four unknown others

by Mrs Albert Broom (Christina Livingston)
half-plate glass negative, 1910s
NPG x1140

Group in fancy dress for the Shakespeare Memorial National Theatre Ball, by Langfier Ltd, published by  Hudson & Kearns Ltd - NPG Ax135790

Group in fancy dress for the Shakespeare Memorial National Theatre Ball

by Langfier Ltd, published by Hudson & Kearns Ltd
photogravure, 20 June 1911, published 1912
NPG Ax135790

Florence Jane (née Théleur), Lady Alexander, by H. Walter Barnett - NPG x45394

Florence Jane (née Théleur), Lady Alexander

by H. Walter Barnett
vintage bromide print, 1915-1920
NPG x45394

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Robin Muir

27 July 2018, 19:14

NPG x68852 Lady Alexander cannot be 1931 as the photograph appears in The Sketch in Nov 23, 1927. It was also reported there that it the portrait appeared in Beaton's show at the Cooling Galleries (also 1927).

No. 11 in the unillustrated cat. to the Cooling Galleries show confirms a photographic portrait of 'Lady Alexander' (as well as a painted portrait also illustrated in that issue of The Sketch)

‘one of the artistic thrills of the week in London was provided by Mr Cecil Beaton’s exhibition of photographs, paintings,
sculpture, dress and theatrical designs at the Cooling Gallery...’

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