Partridge, Reginald Sherring, 1894 - 1960 (writer, known as Ralph)
Found in 135 Collections and/or Records:
Snapshot of Barbara Bagenal sitting on the grass looking to the right. Other people are sitting in chairs in the background (according to Frances Partridge's index, the men might be Saxon Sydney-Turner, Ralph Partridge, and/or Nicholas Bagenal).
Snapshot of three men and a woman all looking towards the camera, identified by Frances Partridge's index. According to her index, the image was taken in Tidmarsh Mill House garden.
Snapshot of Barbara Bagenal standing in a field with trees in the distance, wearing a checked dress and dark cardigan. To the left stands Ralph Partridge, holding a wicker basket in his right hand. Both look towards the camera.
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 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 sitting on the lawn by the verandah of Ham Spray House. She is looking down at a newspaper she rests on her lap. To the right, Lytton Strachey sits in a deckchair, wearing a hat, with his legs crossed, also reading a newspaper. Ralph Partridge sits in a deckchair between them. He, too, holds a paper in his hands. Another person wearing a hat sits in a deckchair in the background.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington sitting on the lawn near the verandah of Ham Spray House. Her right knee is raised and she holds a jug up to her face. Next to her sits Marjorie Strachey, with her left hand raised and her left elbow resting on her knee. Frances Partridge sits next to her, and Ralph Partridge kneels on the grass to the right. All look towards the camera.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington sitting to the left on a bench outdoors, with glass window panes behind her. She looks down to the right. Ralph Partridge sits next to her on the bench, looking to the left towards her, holding his hands together on his lap.
Dora Carrington standing with James Strachey, Saxon Sydney-Turner and Ralph Partridge, 1928-03 - 1928-06
Snapshot of Ralph Partridge standing to the left, with his right hand in the pocket of his jacket, looking to the right at James Strachey, who stands with his left hand on his hip. Saxon Sydney-Turner stands with both hands on his hips, looking to the right at Dora Carrington. She stands to the far right and looks towards Saxon Sydney-Turner. They stand in a grassy field with trees in the background.
Snapshot of Ralph Partridge and Dora Carrington sitting at a table in the garden of Ham Spray House, with their backs to the camera. They sit opposite Francis Birrell, who is looking to the right at Dora Carrington.
Snapshot of Dora Carrington standing beside a table in the garden of Ham Spray House, serving a plate to Stephen Tomlin. Ralph Partridge sits at the table with his left shoulder and back to the camera. Francis Birrell sits at the table, furthest from the camera, looking downwards.
Snapshot of Frances Partridge sitting on a low seat in the foreground to the right, turning her head towards the camera. Ralph Partridge sits near the steps of the cellar, looking down at bottles of wine near his feet. An unidentified man sits to the left of the image.
Snapshot of Frances Partridge sitting to the right of the image at a table covered in a checked cloth, holding a cat in her hands. Rachel MacCarthy (later Cecil) sits at the far side of the table and looks towards the camera. Ralph Partridge sits on a low wall to the left of the table, looking down at the food he holds in his hands. In her index, Frances Partridge describes the scene as breakfast on the verandah of Ham Spray House.
Blurred snapshot of Frances Partridge sitting on a white horse, looking towards the camera. Ralph Partridge stands to the right of the image, holding the bit in the horse's mouth, and looking away from the camera to the left.
Snapshot of a picnic scene in Savernake Forest, Wiltshire. Frances Partridge sits furthest from the camera, resting her back against a tree trunk, with her hands on her lap, looking downwards. Dora Carrington sits closest to the camera, near the tree trunk, also looking downwards. Her face is obscured by her hair. Two men sit in shadow to the left of the image. They might be Ralph Partridge and Bernard ('Beakus') Penrose.
3 autograph letters signed.
Snapshot of Lytton Strachey sitting to the right of the image, wearing a hat and looking down at a book in his hands. In the background are James and Alix Strachey, both reclining on the grass looking at Lytton Strachey. A man (possibly Ralph Partridge) lies on his side to the right, also looking at Lytton Strachey. A hat, basket and cushions are laid out on the grass between them.
Lytton Strachey, E.M. Forster, Ralph Partridge, Frances Partridge and Pierre Lancel standing on a bridge, 1922 - 1930
Snapshot of Ralph Partridge smoking a pipe, Lytton Strachey standing in the middle with his hands held together, and Barbara Bagenal standing with her hands at her sides.
Snapshot of Ralph Partridge standing with his hand in his pocket next to Barbara Bagenal, who has her hands by her sides. Lytton Strachey stands behind them.
Snapshot of Lytton Strachey sitting closest to the camera with Ralph Partridge sitting on a bench next to him. Both are wearing hats and look towards the camera. According to Frances Partridge's index, this image was taken in Spain.
Lytton Strachey sitting outdoors with G.H.W. Rylands, Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson and Ralph Partridge, 1928-07
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