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Karin Stephen

(1889-1953), Psychoanalyst and psychologist

Catherine Elizabeth Conn ('Karin') Stephen (née Costelloe)

Sitter in 30 portraits

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Karin Stephen, by John Palmer Clarke - NPG Ax160818

Karin Stephen

by John Palmer Clarke
carbon print, circa 1911
NPG Ax160818

Karin Stephen, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160799

Karin Stephen

by Unknown photographer
halftone reproduction, circa 1911
NPG Ax160799

Oliver Strachey; Karin Stephen; G.E. Moore, by Ray Strachey - NPG x88547

Oliver Strachey; Karin Stephen; G.E. Moore

by Ray Strachey
4 1/2 x 3 1/4 inch negative, 1914
NPG x88547

Adrian Stephen; Karin Stephen, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160820

Adrian Stephen; Karin Stephen

by Unknown photographer
bromide print, September 1914
NPG Ax160820

Karin Stephen, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160819

Karin Stephen

by Unknown photographer
gelatin printing-out paper print, circa 1914
NPG Ax160819

Oliver Strachey; Karin Stephen, by Ray Strachey - NPG Ax160967

Oliver Strachey; Karin Stephen

by Ray Strachey
gelatin silver print, 1914
NPG Ax160967

Karin Stephen with Ann and Judith, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160900

Karin Stephen with Ann and Judith

by Unknown photographer
gelatin silver developing-out paper print, December 1926
NPG Ax160900

Karin Stephen, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160895

Karin Stephen

by Unknown photographer
bromide print, 1927
NPG Ax160895

Karin Stephen, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160897

Karin Stephen

by Unknown photographer
bromide print, 1928
NPG Ax160897

Karin Stephen, by Ray Strachey - NPG D229

Karin Stephen

by Ray Strachey
oil on board, 1925-1937
NPG D229

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