Carrington, Dora de Houghton, 1893 - 1932 (painter)
Dates and places
Sphere of activity
Wife of Ralph Partridge and friend of G. Lytton Strachey.
Found in 133 Collections and/or Records:
Snapshot of Augustus John standing to the left with his back to the camera near a car or tractor. He is wearing a hat and long coat. On the vehicle sit Dora Carrington, Kathie John, Romilly John, Reine (Mrs Hugo) Pitman and three people identified as 'Kit', 'Mary A' and 'Treawlany'. In her index, Frances Partridge also identifies Vivien John, but her name is not noted in the album.
Snapshots and professional studio portraits of Barbara Bagenal, Angelica Bell, Clive Bell, Francis Birrell, Gerald Brenan, Dora Carrington, Roger Fry, Edward Gathorne-Hardy, Henry Lamb, Janetta Parladé, G.H.W. ('Dadie') Rylands, Roger Senhouse, Julia Strachey, Lytton Strachey and Stephen Tomlin. The photographers include Lettice Ramsay and Kyrle Leng.
In the page numbering, pages 13 and 14 follow page 16. Several photographs were removed before the album was transferred to King's College.
Snapshot of Catharine Carrington sitting in a leather chair, with her arms folded on her lap, looking downwards. To the left of the image is the blurred back view of a woman, possibly Dora Carrington, sitting at an easel with a half-finished drawing of Catharine Carrington resting on it. She is wearing the same outfit as in FCP/7/4/1/127.
1 autograph letter, signed, to E.M. Forster. [? 1929x30]
To request this document, please use the following call mark: vol. 8/24
3 autograph postcards, signed, to E.M. Forster. 1923-7
Photocopies of 27 autograph letters, signed, and 5 autograph postcards, signed, from E.M. Forster. 1922-32.
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55 autograph letters, signed, 10 autograph postcards, signed, and 1 telegram.
This file contains correspondence and administrative papers regarding 'New Dictionary of National Biography' entries by Frances Partridge. It also contains proofs with annotations by Frances Partridge of her entries for Dora Carrington and Gerald Brenan.
Modern reprint of a photograph of Dora Carrington outside the Slade School of Art, London. Dimensions: 12.7 x 8.8 cm. Sleeve 115.
Faded snapshot of Dora Carrington and a man (possibly Noel Carrington) sitting on a grassy hillside. According to Frances Partridge's index, this image was taken in Devon. It is the same image as FCP/7/4/1/375.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington and a man (possibly Noel Carrington) sitting on a grassy hillside. According to Frances Partridge's index, this image was taken in Devon. It is the same image as FCP/7/4/1/219.
Photograph of Dora Carrington standing beside Lytton Strachey. Strachey is seated in a low canvas chair. Carrington is wearing jodhpurs and riding boots, and is carrying a saddle under her right arm. Possibly taken at Ham Spray House. Print, 13.8 x 8.5. Inscribed on back, by P.N. Furbank, with names. (Sleeve 138)
Snapshot of Dora Carrington sitting on a chair in the foreground, looking towards the camera. Sitting in the background in a deckchair is Francis Birrell, with his legs crossed and hands on his lap, also looking towards the camera. Between them stands Ralph Partridge, looking downwards. This image was taken on the verandah at Ham Spray House.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington, naked from the waist up, lying on her back with her legs raised over her head. Her face is obscured by grass in the foreground.
Snapshot of a 'bathing picnic', according to Frances Partridge's index. Dora Carrington lies on her back with her hands over her eyes, naked from the waist up, on a white towel on grass.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington, naked, climbing a statue with her back to the camera and trees in the background. According to Frances Partridge's index, this image may have been taken at Ottoline Morrell's house, Garsington Manor.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington crouching in a river with her right hand in the water. According to Frances Partridge's index, this image might have been taken in Devon.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington bending over in a river with both hands in the water. According to Frances Partridge's index, this image might have been taken in Devon.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington sitting on a dark-coloured horse, wearing a hat and looking towards the camera. Pamela Mitford sits on a dark-coloured horse next to her, also looking at the camera. A dog stands behind the horses and a large three-storey house is visible in the background.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington in the centre of the badminton court at Ham Spray House. Her back is towards the camera, she looks upwards, and she appears to be running to hit a shuttlecock. Her partner is Saxon Sydney-Turner, who stands with his racquet held in his right hand. In the distance, at the edge of the court, sit Ralph Partridge and Frances Partridge.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington standing to the left, with a badminton racquet stretched out in front of her. To the right stands Saxon Sydney-Turner, who holds his raquet in front of him and looks upwards. They are playing doubles but their opponents are not in view. In the background is a fence with cottages and trees beyond.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington standing naked at the top of a statue, with her right arm and left leg outstretched behind her. According to Frances Partridge's index, this image may have been taken at Ottoline Morrell's house, Garsington Manor. Similar to FCP/7/4/1/48.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington looking down to the right, sitting on her horse, which stands in the water of a pond or lake. According to Frances Partridge's index, this is the 'dewpond'.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington wearing jodhpurs, sitting on a cushion with an umbrella open as a sunshade to the right. A lattice fence made with tree branches is behind her.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington wearing a light-coloured dress sitting at a table in a garden. Ralph Partridge and Julia Strachey may sit to her left and right. An unidentified man stands by the table to the left, exhaling smoke from a cigarette. All are looking down at the table.
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