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4877 portraits matching these criteria:

- subject matching 'Double portraits'

A selection of portraits that depict two sitters. See also: 'Couples', 'Twins' and 'Family portraits' (Genre).

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Ivor Barnard and Frank Petley in 'Bird in Hand', by Eric Pape - NPG D48184

Ivor Barnard and Frank Petley in 'Bird in Hand'

by Eric Pape
lithographic crayon on paper, 1929
NPG D48184

Walter de la Mare and Little Red Riding Hood, by Robert Stewart Sherriffs - NPG D18340

Walter de la Mare and Little Red Riding Hood

by Robert Stewart Sherriffs
ink and crayon, 1929
NPG D18340

Sir Max Beerbohm, by Mark Wayner (Weiner) - NPG D23324

Sir Max Beerbohm

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23324

H.G. Wells; George Bernard Shaw, by Mark Wayner (Weiner) - NPG D23327

H.G. Wells; George Bernard Shaw

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23327

'Jimmy & James: Right & Left' (two unknown sitters), by Mark Wayner (Weiner) - NPG D23331

'Jimmy & James: Right & Left' (two unknown sitters)

by Mark Wayner (Weiner)
lithograph, published 1931
NPG D23331

The Tree that Spoilt the Prospect (Neville Chamberlain), by Bernard Partridge - NPG D9900

The Tree that Spoilt the Prospect (Neville Chamberlain)

by Bernard Partridge
pen and ink on artists' board, 1932
NPG D9900

King George V; Queen Mary, by Cecil Beaton - NPG D3616

King George V; Queen Mary

by Cecil Beaton
pen, brush and ink, 1935
NPG D3616

Frank Charlton; Thomas Rome, by Fred May - NPG D7980

Frank Charlton; Thomas Rome

by Fred May
brush and ink with white heightening, published 22 May 1935
NPG D7980

Two unknown men in the Mess Kit of the 'Kensingtons', by Fred Roe - NPG D43234

Two unknown men in the Mess Kit of the 'Kensingtons'

by Fred Roe
pencil and watercolour, 21 October 1937
NPG D43234