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Lavery, John, 1856-1941 National Library of France German National Library National Library of Ireland National Library of the Czech Republic ISNI National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Poland National Library of Spain National Library of Portugal Sudoc [ABES], France

John Lavery Wikidata

Lavery, John (Irish painter, 1856-1941) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 12401964 (Personal)


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Air Station, North Queensferry, 1917 Wikidata
Alfred Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Northcliffe Wikidata
Alma de Bretteville Spreckels (Mrs. Adolph B. Spreckels) Wikidata
Artistas britânicos na frente de batalha da Grande Guerra National Library of Portugal
Britische Künstler an der Front German National Library
British artists at the front National Library of the Netherlands
The Cemetery, Etaples, 1919 Wikidata
Charles Gore Wikidata
The Chess Players Wikidata
Clementine Ogilvy Spencer-Churchill (née Hozier), Baroness Spencer-Churchill; Sarah Churchill Wikidata
Eine Dame in Schwarz Wikidata
David Richard Beatty, 1st Earl Beatty Wikidata
Edward Arthur Walton, 1860 - 1922. Artist (With his fiancee Helen Law or Henderson, 1859 - 1945, later Mrs Edward Arthur Walton, as Hokusai and the Butterfly) Wikidata
Edward Knoblock Wikidata
Église Notre Dame des Arts, Pont de l'Arche (View of the Nave Looking Towards the Choir) Wikidata
The Family of King George V Wikidata
First World War National Library of Portugal
[George Sigerson] National Library of Ireland
The Golf Course, North Berwick Wikidata
A Grey Day, Tangier Wikidata
Hazel Jenner Martyn, Lady Lavery (1880-1935) Wikidata
Houghton Meeting, Newmarket, 1913 Wikidata
The Howard de Walden Family in the Saloon at Chirk Castle Wikidata
Hugh Cecil Lowther, 5th Earl of Lonsdale Wikidata
In Morocco Wikidata
Irene Vanbrugh Wikidata
James Fitzmaurice-Kelly Wikidata
James Maxton, 1885 - 1946. Labour politician Wikidata
Jockeys and Owners at Epsom Wikidata
The Jockeys’ Dressing Room at Ascot Wikidata
John Lavery, the early career, 1880-1895, 1983: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
John McLaren, Lord McLaren, 1831 - 1910. Judge Wikidata
King Edward VIII (1894-1972) when Prince of Wales Wikidata
Lady Henry's Crêche, Woolwich Wikidata
The lady with the white feathers Wikidata
The Lake at Mount Stewart Wikidata
The Life of a painter National Library of France National Library of Poland National Library of the Netherlands
Lila Lancashire Wikidata
Loch Katrine Wikidata
Maggie Teyte Wikidata
Mary, Princess Royal (1897-1965), later Countess of Harewood Wikidata
Michael Collins, Chairman Provisional Government National Library of Ireland
Le Mort du Cygne: Anna Pavlova Wikidata
Mrs Guthrie Wikidata
On the Clyde - Study of Lady Glen Coat Wikidata
Opening of the Lord Duveen Annexe to the National Portrait Gallery Wikidata
The Opening of the Modern Foreign and Sargent Galleries at the Tate Gallery, 26 June 1926 Wikidata
Père et fille Wikidata
Primeira Guerra Mundial National Library of Portugal
Printemps Wikidata
Queen Mary (1867-1953) Wikidata
[Recueil. Oeuvre de John Lavery] National Library of France
A retrospective exhibition of the works of John Lavery 1880-1914 : Grosvenor Gallery, June 9th to July 31st, 1914 National Library of Spain
The Royal Family at Buckingham Palace, 1913 Wikidata
The Salon, 901 Fifth Avenue Wikidata
Sir Charles Stewart Henry Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh and 7th Marquess of Londonderry, MP (1878-1949) Wikidata
Sir James Matthew Barrie, 1860 - 1937. Author Wikidata
Sir John Lavery, 1993: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Portugal National Library of Ireland
Sir Lionel Henry Cust Wikidata
State Visit of Her Majesty Queen Victoria to the Glasgow International Exhibition Wikidata Library of Congress/NACO
String Out Exercising at Newmarket, 1913 Wikidata
Studies made in the House of Lords Wikidata
Study for 'The House of Commons - Ramsay Macdonald addressing the House' Wikidata
Study of Randolph Frederick Edward Spencer-Churchill (1911-1968) seated in a Garden Chair Wikidata
Turquoise Sea No. 1, 1920, Tangier Wikidata
Violet Keppel, Mrs Denys Robert Trefusis (1894-1970) Wikidata
Winston Churchil (1874-1965) wearing a French Poilu's Steel Helmet Wikidata
Winter Wikidata
Woman in Japanese Dre Wikidata
Шахматистки Wikidata

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