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Low, Sir David (Portraits)

David Low was commissioned by The New Statesman to draw the portraits of the fifty most distinguished people in Britain. Only two men refused to sit for him: John Galsworthy and Rudyard Kipling. Some of these caricatures were also published in The Graphic and The Nation. They later appeared in Low's book Lions and Lambs (1928) and a further post-war set of portraits appeared in Low's Company (1952).