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:
Stephen Tomlin playing badminton with Dora Carrington, Saxon Sydney-Turner and Reine Pitman, 1930
Snapshot of Dora Carrington standing to the left behind the badminton net at Ham Spray House, partially cut off from the edge of the photograph. Her partner is Saxon Sydney-Turner, who stands close to the net looking downwards. Stephen Tomlin bends down to pick up a shuttlecock and Reine Pitman stands with her back to the camera and her head down.
Sydney Waterlow standing with W.J.H. Sprott, Dora Carrington and E.M. Forster, 1928-07
Three women sitting on grass with water and trees in the background, 1922 - 1930
One woman, sitting in a deckchair to the right, might be Dora Carrington.
Two women and a man on the lawn at Ham Spray House, 1922 - 1930
Snapshot of three figures, all of whom have their faces obscured. The women might be Dora Carrington and Julia Strachey. The man appears to be wearing a dressing gown.
Unidentified woman holding baskets, 1922 - 1930
Snapshot of a woman wearing a dark dress, possibly Dora Carrington. She is standing by a gate, looking towards the camera, with two small baskets in her hands.
View of a person fishing, 1922 - 1930
Faded snapshot of a man or woman (possibly Ralph Partridge or Dora Carrington) sitting by a river with a fishing rod in his/her hands. According to Frances Partridge's index, this image was taken in Spain.
View of a woman sitting beneath a balcony, 1922 - 1930
Snapshot of a distant woman, possibly Dora Carrington, sitting on a low wall beneath the balcony of a house. According to Frances Partridge's index, this image was taken in Spain.
Woman with her back to the camera, 1922 - 1930
Snapshot of a short-haired woman, possibly Dora Carrington, facing away from the camera. She is wearing a dark jacket and is holding a basket. According to Frances Partridge's index, this image was taken at Welcombe, Devon.