E.O. Hoppe

Born in Munich, Emil Otto Hoppé (1878-1972) moved to Britain in 1902 and began a photographic career in 1907. He became known for photographing leading figures from the worlds of politics, literature and the arts. His famous sitters included Tilly Losch, Nijinsky, Margot Fonteyn, Jacob Epstein, Somerset Maugham and members of the royal family.

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TP130 E.O. Hoppe and Margot Hoppe
TP130 E.O. Hoppe and Margot Hoppe

Christmas card from the couple

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E.O. Hoppe, by Rudolf Dührkoop
E.O. Hoppe, by Rudolf Dührkoop
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E.O. Hoppe, by Rudolf Dührkoop
E.O. Hoppe, by Rudolf Dührkoop
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Olive Rubens (née Hood)
Olive Rubens (née Hood)

Taking part in Lady Huntingdon's and Lady Massereene's 'Omar Khayyam' tableaux given at Mrs Marsh's house in Arlington Street in aid of war charities, June 1916. Olive was married to Walter Emil Rubens, brother of the composer Paul Rubens.

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Margot Asquith
Margot Asquith
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Jacob Epstein, c.1912
Jacob Epstein, c.1912
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Dancer Carmen Tórtola Valencia
Dancer Carmen Tórtola Valencia
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Samuel Coleridge Taylor
Samuel Coleridge Taylor

Taken 7 June 1912

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Hazel, Lady Lavery
Hazel, Lady Lavery

Painter and second wife of Sir John Lavery, c.1915

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Paul Manship
Paul Manship

American sculptor

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Leon Bakst
Leon Bakst
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Renée Sintenis
Renée Sintenis

German sculptor

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Frederic Herbert Trench
Frederic Herbert Trench

Irish poet

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Billie Carleton
Billie Carleton
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Alfred D'Orsay Tennyson Dickens
Alfred D'Orsay Tennyson Dickens

Sixth child of Charles Dickens, co,1910

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Vita Sackville-West
Vita Sackville-West
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