Stanley Baldwin, 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley (1867-1947) politician; Chancellor of the Exchequer; Prime Minister
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Henry Macbeth-Raeburn, painter and engraver, was the son of the portrait painter Norman Macbeth (1821-1888). His siblings included the painters Norman (1821-1888) and James (1847-1891), and Allan Macbeth (1856-1910), a noted organist, choirmaster and principal of the Glasgow College of Music. Henry added Raeburn to his name to distinguish himself from the other painters in his family. He began his career in Edinburgh, but later moved to London. He exhibited 17 works at the Royal Academy, 4 at the New Water-Colour Society and one at the Royal Society of British Artists in Suffolk Street, London.
- Baldwin, Stanley, 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley
- male portrait, 20th century costume, suit, watch chain, Earl, Leader of the Conservative Party, Lord President of the Council, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Member of Parliament, Prime Minister, President of the Board of Trade, chair, table (as Subject)
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