Portraits of Marquis Luis de Soveral (1862-1922), Portuguese Ambassador in London from 1897 to 1910; Count Albert Mensdorff, Austro-Hungarian Ambassador in London at the outbreak of WW1 and Count Alexander Benckendorff, Russian Ambassador in London from 1903 to 1917.
Carfax Gallery, 1908
Piccadilly Gallery, London, 1966
A catalogue of the caricatures of Max Beerbohm by Rupert Hart-Davis, Macmillan, 1972 (cat. no. 1567)
Max BeerbohmHRH The Prince of Wales KG, c.1905Pencil and ink30.2 x 19 cmSigned and titled: 'H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, KG. &c &c'
Max BeerbohmAmenities at Potsdam, 1913Pencil and wash39.2 x 31.8 cmSigned, dated and inscribed: 'Amenities at Potsdam. The very genuine distress of either sovereign at the other's politeness.'
Max BeerbohmLord Althorp, 1908Pencil and wash41 x 13.7 cmSigned, dated and titled
Max BeerbohmSir Felix Semon, 1908Pencil23.5 x 20 cmSigned, dated and inscribed: 'Felix qui pituitary regime cognoscere fauces'.
Max BeerbohmThree Ambassadors - Count Mensdorff (Austrian), Count Benckendorff (Russian) and the Marquis de Soveral (Portuguese), 1908Pencil and wash23.5 x 20 cmSigned and dated
Max BeerbohmWill, as he might & should be, 1906Pencil and wash13.4 x 12.5 cmSigned, dated and titled
Max BeerbohmThe First Gentleman in Europe, 1901Pen and wash20 x 31 cmSigned, dated and inscribed: 'The First Gentleman in Europe 1901 To the first but one 1905'.
Max BeerbohmMr Cyril MartineauInk and wash28 x 18.5 cmSigned and titled