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43 Portraits in set:

Drawings by Sir William Rothenstein, 1899-1938

Sir William Rothenstein, one of a group of progressive artists trained at the Slade and influenced by impressionism, published several sets of famous men of the time.

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Adolf Brodsky, by William Rothenstein - NPG 4766

Adolf Brodsky

by William Rothenstein
pencil, 1899
NPG 4766

Gathorne Robert Girdlestone, by William Rothenstein - NPG 4801

Gathorne Robert Girdlestone

by William Rothenstein
sanguine and white chalk, circa 1899-1938
NPG 4801

Sir Alfred Hopkinson, by William Rothenstein - NPG 4779

Sir Alfred Hopkinson

by William Rothenstein
lithographic chalk, circa 1899
NPG 4779

Sir Halford John Mackinder, by William Rothenstein - NPG 4785

Sir Halford John Mackinder

by William Rothenstein
sanguine and black and white chalk
NPG 4785

Sir Walter Parratt, by William Rothenstein - NPG 4791

Sir Walter Parratt

by William Rothenstein
sanguine and white chalk
NPG 4791

Charles Booth, by William Rothenstein - NPG 4765

Charles Booth

by William Rothenstein
pencil, 1910
NPG 4765

Walter Leaf, by William Rothenstein - NPG 4782

Walter Leaf

by William Rothenstein
black crayon, 1910
NPG 4782

Henry Montagu Butler, by William Rothenstein - NPG 4768

Henry Montagu Butler

by William Rothenstein
pencil, circa 1916
NPG 4768

Philip Guedalla, by William Rothenstein - NPG 4802

Philip Guedalla

by William Rothenstein
chalk, circa 1920-1938
NPG 4802

Sir John Collings Squire, by William Rothenstein - NPG 4794

Sir John Collings Squire

by William Rothenstein
sanguine, circa 1920
NPG 4794