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18 portraits matching these criteria:

- place 'Shropshire'

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David Charles Henshaw Austin, by Tessa Traeger - NPG P1026(1)

David Charles Henshaw Austin

by Tessa Traeger
gelatin silver print, 2001
NPG P1026(1)

GB Men's Gymnastics, London 2012, by Anderson & Low - NPG P1802

GB Men's Gymnastics, London 2012

by Anderson & Low
archival pigment print, 16 November 2011
NPG P1802

'The Feather's Inn, Ludlow', by Unknown photographer - NPG x132845

'The Feather's Inn, Ludlow'

by Unknown photographer
albumen print, 1860s-1880s
NPG x132845

Lady Ottoline Morrell, by Philip Edward Morrell - NPG Ax141858

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Philip Edward Morrell
vintage snapshot print, late 1924
NPG Ax141858

Lady Ottoline Morrell, by Philip Edward Morrell - NPG Ax141859

Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Philip Edward Morrell
vintage snapshot print, late 1924
NPG Ax141859

James Barnor, by Dennis Kemp - NPG x200028

James Barnor

by Dennis Kemp
vintage bromide print, June 1960
NPG x200028

Peter Richard Nichols, by Mark Gerson - NPG x88221

Peter Richard Nichols

by Mark Gerson
modern bromide print, 1983
NPG x88221

Peter Edwards, by Bernard Mitchell - NPG x76930

Peter Edwards

by Bernard Mitchell
bromide print, 1990
NPG x76930

John Napper, by Alex Ramsay - NPG x199298

John Napper

by Alex Ramsay
C-type colour print, 2001
NPG x199298

Kat Driscoll, by Daniel Stier - NPG x137381

Kat Driscoll

by Daniel Stier
archival Inkjet print, 27 March 2012
NPG x137381

A View of the Iron Bridge, in Coalbrook Dale, Shropshire. Taken from the bottom of Lincoln Hill, by Francis Chesham, published by  John Boydell, and published by  Josiah Boydell, after  George Robertson - NPG D1382

A View of the Iron Bridge, in Coalbrook Dale, Shropshire. Taken from the bottom of Lincoln Hill

by Francis Chesham, published by John Boydell, and published by Josiah Boydell, after George Robertson
mixed-method engraving, published 1 February 1788
NPG D1382