Art & Life; 7 Sir John Gielgud on Dame Ellen Terry (1847-1928)
Postcard Biographies From The National Portrait Gallery
Sunday 16 November 1997
Sir John Gielgud by David Remfry, 1984 a NPG. Dame Alice Ellen Terry by George Frederic Watts, c1864 a NPG. To accompany the Art & Life series, the National Portrait Gallery has produced a pack of 25 pull-out post cards offering such delights as Virginia Woolf on George Eliot and Terry Pratchett on Tolkien. On sale at pounds 5 in the NPG shop later this month, or by mail order (0171 306 0055, x280/ fax 0171 306 0092). Add pounds 1 p&p for up to two packs, pounds 1.50 thereafter.
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