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Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain

(1863-1937), Politician; recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize; son of Joseph Chamberlain

Sitter in 55 portraits
Half-brother to Neville Chamberlain; Chancellor of the Exchequer (1919-21) and Foreign Secretary (1924-9); latterly influential elder statesman and supporter of the League of Nations; was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize (1925).

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Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain, by Alexander ('Alick') Penrose Forbes Ritchie - NPG D2661

Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain

by Alexander ('Alick') Penrose Forbes Ritchie
colour relief halftone cigarette card, 1926
NPG D2661

Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain, after Sir David Low - NPG D4522

Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain

after Sir David Low
lithograph, 1926
NPG D4522

Winter Sports for Politicians, by Bernard Partridge - NPG D9605

Winter Sports for Politicians

by Bernard Partridge
ink and watercolour on artists' board, 1927
NPG D9605

Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain, by Tom Cottrell - NPG D2610

Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain

by Tom Cottrell
chromolithographic cigarette card, 1929
NPG D2610

Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain, by Stefan Mrozewski - NPG D4441

Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain

by Stefan Mrozewski
wood engraving, 1935
NPG D4441

Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain, by Stefan Mrozewski - NPG D4442

Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain

by Stefan Mrozewski
wood engraving, 1936
NPG D4442

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Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain

by James Russell & Sons
bromide print, 1870s-1890s
NPG x5755

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Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain

by Olive Edis
platinum print, 1900-1930
NPG x5756

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The Imperial War Cabinet

by Vandyk
10 x 12 inch glass negative, 25 June 1918
NPG x32123

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Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain

by Walter Stoneman
negative, 1920
NPG x67170

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Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain

by Walter Stoneman
negative, 1920
NPG x67171

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Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain

by Bertram Park
gelatin silver print, 1929
NPG x199914

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Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain

by Walter Stoneman
half-plate glass copy negative, October 1947 (1931)
NPG x189127

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Sir (Joseph) Austen Chamberlain

by Elliott & Fry
half-plate negative
NPG x82209

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