Person    | Male  Born 9/4/1879  Died 5/1/1972

Sir Gerald Kelly

Categories: Art

Portrait painter. Born Paddington. Died at home, 117 Gloucester Place. In the picture Kelly is the short man in specs.

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Sir Gerald Kelly

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Sir Gerald Kelly

English Heritage Sir Gerald Kelly, 1879 - 1972, portrait painter lived here,...

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Charles II - Sloane Square

{Running around the urn near the top:} Sweet Thames run softly till I end my...

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Nell Gwynne - Sloane Square

She's manipulating a fan but meanwhile, unnoticed by Nell, her dress has slip...

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Geoffrey Fuller Webb

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Sir Charles Eastlake

Sir Charles Eastlake

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John Blanke Project

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1 memorial
Jacques Lipchitz

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2 memorials
John Robert Cozens

John Robert Cozens

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1 memorial