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Howard van Dusen



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Phyllis Bedells, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D31607

Phyllis Bedells

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D31607

Frank Benson, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D31674

Frank Benson

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D31674

Dame (Florence) Lilian Braithwaite, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D32088

Dame (Florence) Lilian Braithwaite

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D32088

José Collins, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D34042

José Collins

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D34042

Fay Compton, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D34057

Fay Compton

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D34057

Joseph Coyne, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D34205

Joseph Coyne

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D34205

Alice Delysia, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D34863

Alice Delysia

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D34863

Sir Charles Wyndham, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D36204

Sir Charles Wyndham

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D36204

Lily Elsie, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D36172

Lily Elsie

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D36172

Fred Emney, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D36186

Fred Emney

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D36186

George Patrick Huntley, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D36404

George Patrick Huntley

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D36404

R.G. Knowles, after Howard van Dusen, after  John Hassall - NPG D37113

R.G. Knowles

after Howard van Dusen, after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D37113

Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D37727

Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D37727

Mary Moore, after Howard van Dusen, after  John Hassall - NPG D38950

Mary Moore

after Howard van Dusen, after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D38950

Frank Benson, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D4530

Frank Benson

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D4530

Sir Squire Bancroft (né Butterfield), after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D7491

Sir Squire Bancroft (né Butterfield)

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, early 20th century
NPG D7491

Lauri de Frece, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D35148

Lauri de Frece

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, 1906 or after
NPG D35148

Gertie Millar, after Howard van Dusen, after  John Hassall - NPG D38410

Gertie Millar

after Howard van Dusen, after John Hassall
lithograph, 1910s
NPG D38410

(Thomas Stange Heiss) Oscar Asche, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D7388

(Thomas Stange Heiss) Oscar Asche

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, 1911 or after
NPG D7388

Vesta Tilley, after Howard van Dusen, and after  John Hassall - NPG D39619

Vesta Tilley

after Howard van Dusen, and after John Hassall
lithograph, circa 1914-1925
NPG D39619

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