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Guthrie, James, Sir, 1859-1930 National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Australia

James Guthrie Wikidata

James Guthrie British artist ISNI

Guthrie, James 1859-1930 National Library of France

Guthrie, James (Scottish painter, 1859-1930) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Guthrie, James, schilder, 1859-1930 National Library of the Netherlands

VIAF ID: 39651418 (Personal)


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The Artist's Mother (Anne Orr, Mrs John Guthrie, 1817 - 1896) Wikidata
Christina Wilson, Mrs Thomas Steven, 1827 - 1913. Wikidata
David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, 1863 - 1945. Statesman Wikidata
Dorpskinderen Wikidata
Edward Grey, 1st Viscount Grey of Fallodon Wikidata
Enfants de notre village Wikidata
A Gallant of the Terror Wikidata
Guthrie and the Scottish realists, 1981: National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO
Herbert Henry Asquith, 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith Wikidata
A Hind's Daughter Wikidata
In a Monastery Garden Wikidata
In the Orchard Wikidata
James Guthrie His Book of Bookplates consisting of 24 original designs. Introduction of Gordon Bottomley National Library of France
Margaret Helen Sowerby (known as Helen Sowerby) Wikidata
Mrs Craig Sellar of Ardtornish (1844 - 1929) Wikidata
Pastoral Wikidata
[Recueil. Oeuvre de James Guthrie Sir] National Library of France
Rev. Alexander Whyte, 1836 - 1921. Principal of New College, Edinburgh Wikidata
Revd Dr Andrew Gardiner (died 1892) Wikidata
Root and branch : a seasonal of the arts : [vol. 1] National Library of the Netherlands
Schoolmates Wikidata
The Shepherd Boy Wikidata
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, 1836 - 1908. Statesman Wikidata
Sir Hugh Lane and Ruth Shine Papers National Library of Ireland
Sir James Guthrie, 1859 - 1930. Artist and President of the Royal Scottish Academy (Self-portrait) Wikidata
Sir Winston Churchill, 1874 - 1965. Statesman Wikidata
Sri Ganga Singh Bahadur, the Maharaja of Bikaner, 1880 - 1943. Statesman (Study for portrait in Statesman of the Great War, National Portrait Gallery, London) Wikidata
Statesmen of World War I Wikidata
Street in Oban, Night Wikidata
The Velvet Cloak Wikidata
The Wash Wikidata
William Morris Hughes, 1862 - 1952. Prime Minister of Australia. (Study for portrait in Statesman of the Great War) Wikidata
Государственные деятели Первой мировой войны Wikidata

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