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Applicant or licensee name:
National Trust
Applicant or licensee country:
United Kingdom
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Licence Granted
Title or short description:
Edith Helen Chaplin, Marchioness of Londonderry (1878-1959), by Moussa Ayoub (fl.1903-1938)
Full description:
Oil painting on canvas, Edith Helen Chaplin, Marchioness of Londonderry (1878-1959), by Moussa Ayoub (fl.1903-1938), after the original by Philip Alexius de László de Lombos (Budapest 1869 ¿ London 1937) in the collection of the Imperial War Museum, possibly 1937. A half-length portrait of Edith, Marchioness of Londonderry, in her uniform as head of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, later known as the Women's Legion, which she founded during the First World War, and for which she was made a DBE.
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National Trust
Details and dates of publication, broadcast and/or distribution:
National Trust magazine Spring 2017, National Trust website


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Creator No Moussa Ayoub

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