Frank Harris Gallery

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Frank Harris on his way to Brixton prison, February 1914 Harris accompanied by a tipstaff on his way to Brixton prison, February 1914. Harris was imprisoned for three weeks for contempt of court after Modern Society printed a comment on the defendant in a divorce case. Copyright Corbis.
Frank and Nellie outside a café Frank and Nellie in relaxed mood sitting outside a café, location unknown. Copyright Allen Ross.
A. I. Tobin, Nellie, Frank, Leonard Arthur Ross From left to right: A. I. Tobin, Nellie Harris, Frank Harris, Arthur Leonard Ross. Taken on Frank's last visit to America in 1928. Copyright Allen Ross.
Frank and Nellie Frank and Nellie Harris. Taken on Frank's last visit to America in 1928. Copyright Allen Ross.
Vanity Fair print of Harris, 1913 Vanity Fair print of Harris by the artist "Owl" (real name not known), obtained via eBay from The Way We Were, who specialise in such prints.
Portrait of Oscar Wilde draped theatrically in a cloak, wearing his floppy hat at a rakish angle A portrait photograph of Oscar Wilde, 1882. Taken while Wilde was in America on his first lecture tour? Copyright Corbis.
Shaw in Nice, 1928 A photograph of Bernard Shaw, 1928, signed on the reverse by Shaw to Harris. This was presumably taken during Shaw's visit to Nice in August 1928. Shaw was suffering from ill-health during his sojourn in the South of France and had to cancel a dinner date with Harris at least twice. Whether the dinner finally took place or not is unclear. Copyright Allen Ross.
Portrait of Bernard Shaw standing with hands on hips looking down at the viewer quizzically A portrait photograph of Bernard Shaw, 1923. Around this time he was working on his Saint Joan. Harris could never understand why Shaw's play was a hit while his own Joan La Romée was not. Copyright Corbis.