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Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain

(1878-1941), Wife of Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain; daughter of Henry Lawrence Dundas

Sitter in 12 portraits
In 1906, aged twenty-eight, Ivy Muriel Dundas, the daughter of Colonel Henry Lawrence Dundas married 46-year-old politician Sir Joseph Austen Chamberlain (1863-1937). Lady Chamberlain contributed to her husband's successful peace negotiations while Foreign Secretary to establish the Locarno Pact (1925). In recognition of this achievement, Lady Chamberlain was created a Dame of the British Empire in 1925. She later campaigned for the relief of women and children during the Spanish Civil War (1936-9). Awarded the Chevalier Legion d'Honneur and the Gold Medal of Merit of Italy.

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Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain, by H. Walter Barnett - NPG x45412

Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain

by H. Walter Barnett
vintage bromide print, 1898-1904
NPG x45412

Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain, published by Scott Russell & Co - NPG x197755

Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain

published by Scott Russell & Co
bromide postcard print, mid 1900s
NPG x197755

Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain, by H. Walter Barnett - NPG x81467

Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain

by H. Walter Barnett
whole-plate glass negative, circa 1906
NPG x81467

Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain, by H. Walter Barnett - NPG x81468

Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain

by H. Walter Barnett
whole-plate glass negative, circa 1906
NPG x81468

Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain, by H. Walter Barnett - NPG x81469

Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain

by H. Walter Barnett
whole-plate glass negative, circa 1906
NPG x81469

Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain, by Bassano Ltd - NPG x74733

Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain

by Bassano Ltd
whole-plate glass negative, 20 November 1924
NPG x74733

Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain, by Bassano Ltd - NPG x74734

Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain

by Bassano Ltd
whole-plate glass negative, 20 November 1924
NPG x74734

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Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain

by Bertram Park
gelatin silver print, 1929
NPG x199915

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Ivy Muriel (née Dundas), Lady Chamberlain

by Bertram Park
gelatin silver print, 1929
NPG x199916

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