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20th Century Portraits Catalogue

Isaac Rosenberg (1890-1918), Painter and poet

1906
Self-Portrait. The Joseph Cohen Collection of World War I Literature/ the Joseph M. Bruccoli Great War Collection, Thomas Cooper Library, University of South Carolina. Pencil on soft card.

1909
Portrait of Isaac Rosenberg. Painting by John Amshewitz, current whereabouts unknown. Reproduced in S. B. Amshewitz, The Paintings of J H M Amshewitz RBA (London: B T Batsford Ltd, 1951), Plate 10.

c.1910-12
Self-Portrait (in profile facing left). Current whereabouts unknown, formerly David Burton. Pencil.

1911
Studio Portrait of Isaac Rosenberg. Bernard Wynick. Photograph.

Self-Portrait. Tate, London (T01550). Oil on canvas.

1912
Self-Portrait. Mrs Betty Silver. Oil on board.

Self-Portrait. The Joseph Cohen Collection of World War I Literature/ the Joseph M. Bruccoli Great War Collection, Thomas Cooper Library, University of South Carolina. Pencil on paper.

1913
Head of a Poet (Isaac Rosenberg). By David Bomberg, current whereabouts unknown.

Portrait of Isaac Rosenberg. By Clare Winsten, British Museum. Graphite on paper.

c.1914
Self-Portrait with Trilby (three-quarter length). Private Collection, courtesy of Sotheby’s. Oil on canvas.

1914
Portrait of Isaac Rosenberg. By Clare Winsten, UCL Art Collections, University College London. Pencil on paper.

Self-Portrait in a Pink Tie. Imperial War Museum, London. Oil on board.

Self-Portrait in a Red Tie. Mrs Betty Silver. Oil on canvas.

1914-15
Self-Portrait with Trilby (facing left) Isaac Horvitch collection. Oil on board.

c.1915
Isaac Rosenberg. By London Art Studios, National Portrait Gallery, London (NPG P230). Bromide print mounted on a postcard.

1915
Isaac Rosenberg. By Clare Winsten, Private Collection. Photograph.

1916
Self-Portrait in a Steel Helmet. Private Collection. Black chalk and gouache on brown wrapping paper. Exhibited in Apocalypse: Unveiling a lost masterpiece by Marc Chagall Ben Uri Gallery, The London Jewish Museum of Art, 2010. Completed in the trenches.

1917
Isaac Rosenberg in Uniform. Bernard Wynick. Photograph.