© National Portrait Gallery, London
by Herbert Lambert
gelatin silver print, late 1920s
4 3/4in. x 3 3/8in. (121 mm x 86 mm)
Given by the photographer's daughter, Mrs Barbara Hardman, 1976
- Herbert Lambert (1881-1936), Photographer; managing director of Elliott & Fry, 1926-1936. Sitter in 3 portraits, Artist associated with 56 portraits.
- Herbert Lambert (1881-1936), Photographer; managing director of Elliott & Fry, 1926-1936. Artist associated with 56 portraits, Sitter in 3 portraits.
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