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Houston Rogers

(1902-1970), Photographer

Artist of 13 portraits

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Diana Napier, by Houston Rogers - NPG x194146

Diana Napier

by Houston Rogers
vintage print, 1920s
NPG x194146

Dorothy Hyson, by Houston Rogers - NPG x194497

Dorothy Hyson

by Houston Rogers
gelatin silver print, 1930s
NPG x194497

Louise Browne, by Houston Rogers - NPG x127087

Louise Browne

by Houston Rogers
toned bromide print, circa 1936
NPG x127087

Louise Browne, by Houston Rogers - NPG x127089

Louise Browne

by Houston Rogers
toned bromide print, circa 1936
NPG x127089

Sir Robert Murray Helpmann, by Houston Rogers - NPG x184390

Sir Robert Murray Helpmann

by Houston Rogers
bromide press print, 1940
NPG x184390

Eileen Herlie, by Houston Rogers - NPG x194102

Eileen Herlie

by Houston Rogers
bromide print, 1940s
NPG x194102

Betty Stockfield, by Houston Rogers - NPG x198449

Betty Stockfield

by Houston Rogers
gelatin silver print, 1940s
NPG x198449

Margot Fonteyn, by Houston Rogers - NPG x196086

Margot Fonteyn

by Houston Rogers
gelatin silver print, 1940s?
NPG x196086

Pandit Ram Gopal, by Houston Rogers - NPG x199381

Pandit Ram Gopal

by Houston Rogers
bromide print, 1948
NPG x199381

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Louise Browne

by Houston Rogers
toned bromide print, circa 1936
NPG x127088

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Gordon Harker as Mr Harris in 'The Non-Resident'

by Houston Rogers
halftone reproduction tear sheet, published 1 February 1950
NPG x193378

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Joyce Blackham

by Houston Rogers
bromide print
NPG x985


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