1935

  • Pat aged 14 (miniature). Stella's daughter.

1936 or earlier

  • Lord Richard Nevill at Hengrove (pencil sketch)
  • Mrs. August Belmont (miniature). The actress Eleanor Robson who married August Belmont Jr. Noted in 10 November 1936 Buenos Aires Herald.
  • Members of the Crocker family (miniature(s)). of San Francisco. Noted in 10 November 1936 Buenos Aires Herald.
  • Leslie Banks (sketch). Noted in 10 November 1936 Buenos Aires Herald.
  • Mrs. Douglas Fairbanks Sr. (sketch). Noted in 10 November 1936 Buenos Aires Herald.
  • Mrs. Arthur W. Kelly (miniature). The Wife of the Vice President of United Artists. Noted in 10 November 1936 Buenos Aires Herald. Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1937 (source catalogue)
  • Miss. Marilyn Kawn, (miniature). Shown in 9 December The Sun 1937 (along with H.R.H. The Princess Patricia and Mr. Justice McKenna)

1936

  • Pat aged 15 (miniature). Stella's daughter.
 
Stella Mark's portrait miniature (damaged) of Mrs. Arthur Kelly, 1936. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Stella Mark's portrait miniature (damaged) of Mrs. Arthur Kelly, 1936. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved


1937

  • Pat aged 16 (miniature). Stella's daughter.
  • Pat aged 16 (charcoal). Stella's daughter.
  • Pat aged 16 (oils). Stella's daughter.

1938

  • Pat aged 17 (miniature). Stella's daughter.
  • Stella's Niece (miniature)
  • Sir Connop Guthrie (miniature). Business partner of Kay Harrison and Monty. Director of London Films Productions.

1939

  • Lady Swan (miniature). Shown in a photograph of Stella at work in 18 June The Australian Women's Weekly. Featured in January 1951 Woman's Journal. Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1939 and the Paris Salon in 1957 with Honourable Mention (source: Stella's notes)
  • Stella's daughter, Pat aged 18 (miniature)
Lady Swan 1939. portrait miniature by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

Lady Swan 1939. portrait miniature by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved


1940

  • Self-portrait (oils). Now in Anthony Pettifer's private collection of Stella's work.
  • Sonia Harrison (miniature). Stella's niece aged two. Painted in London for Kay and Heather Harrison, just before she was evacuated to America.
CC BY-SA 4.0 Photograph of Stella Marks, self-portrait in oils, ca. 1940. Created by Anthony Pettifer: 12 January 2017

CC BY-SA 4.0 Photograph of Stella Marks, self-portrait in oils, ca. 1940. Created by Anthony Pettifer: 12 January 2017

Portrait miniature of Sonia Harrison by Stella Marks, 1940. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait miniature of Sonia Harrison by Stella Marks, 1940. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved


1941

  • Mary Churchill (miniature). Featured in 1 November 1941 Daily Telegraph and Morning Post. Sir Winston travelled with it on his journeys during the war. [sources: press cuttings and letters to Stella on 29 and 30 June 1941 from Mary Churchill and Maryott Whyte (Mary's nanny and cousin)]
  • Sir Winston Churchill (miniature not from live sittings).
  • Pat aged 20 (miniature)
After A Portrait Miniature by Stella Marks of Mary Churchill 1941. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All Rights Reserved

After A Portrait Miniature by Stella Marks of Mary Churchill 1941. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All Rights Reserved

After a miniature of Pat Marks by Stella Marks, 1941 Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserve

After a miniature of Pat Marks by Stella Marks, 1941
Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserve


1943 or earlier

  • Miss Betty Ince (miniature x 2 ). Daughter of Wesley Ince, a Melbourne business man and barrister. First versrion stolen from Royal Scottish Academy in June 1943. (source: 30 June Evening Standard (page 8), 1 July 1943 The Scotsman, The Glasgow Herald and The Edinburgh Evening News)
1943 News item on stella marks' portrait Miniature of Miss betty ince

1943 News item on stella marks' portrait Miniature of Miss betty ince

Portrait Miniature by Stella Marks of Miss Betty Ince of Melbourne. first ever theft from the royal Scottish academy. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All rights reserved

Portrait Miniature by Stella Marks of Miss Betty Ince of Melbourne. first ever theft from the royal Scottish academy. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All rights reserved


1943

  • Ray (miniature) sold in December 1943 to the owner of Bury Farm, Great Missenden [source: letter to Stella signature not legible]

1946

  • Roses (still life in oils) featured on the front cover of July's Woman's Journal.
  • Mary Churchill (oil portrait) featured on the front cover of October's Woman's Journal.

1948

  • H.R.H. The Princess Elizabeth (miniature). Painted at Buckingham Palace. Commissioned by H.R.H. The Prince Philip. Featured on front cover of 16 June 1949 The Australasian Post Magazine. Featured on the front page of 5 February 1956 The Sunday Times on the Queens accession anniversary. Featured in the February 1967 edition of Woman and Home's article on Prince Philips Paintings. Featured in 16 December 1974 BBC One Television 'Nationwide' (source: letters, 16 June 1949 The Australasian Post Magazine, 18 June 1949 The Australian Women's Weekly, 2 October 1950 The Londoner's Diary, 5 December 1950 The Yorkshire Evening Post, January 1951 Woman's Journal, 5 January 1951 The Age, 5 February 1956 The Sunday Times, 29 November 1965 The Daily Telegraph, February 1967 Woman and Home, The BBC)
  • Elena Miramova (oils). Russian born Actress and friend. Exhibited in the restored Royal Exchange in 1948. (source: photograph 14 December 1948 The Times)
Elena Miramova 1948. Oil portrait by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

Elena Miramova 1948. Oil portrait by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved


1950

  • H.R.H. The Prince Philip (miniature). Painted in August at Clarence House. Royal commission. Featured in 1951 Woman (day unknown). Featured in 16 December 1974 BBC One Television 'Nationwide' (source: letters, 2 October 1950 The Londoner's Diary, 5 December 1950 The Yorkshire Evening Post, The BBC)
  • H.R.H. The Prince Charles aged 2 (miniature). Royal commission. Stella is featured working on the miniature in 5 January 1951 The Age. Featured in 29 April 1967 Woman's Weekly. Featured in 25 April 1970 Woman's Weekly alongside her miniature of Prince Charles aged 21. (source: letters, 5 December 1950 The Yorkshire Evening Post, 5 January 1951 The Age, 29 April 1967 Woman's Weekly, 25 April 1970 Woman's Weekly
  • Mrs. H.T. Kalmus (miniature). Shown at Burlington House.
  • Mrs. Ian Cleland (miniature) daughter-in-law of Jean Cleland (friend and neighborough at Hengrove. Shown at Burlington House.
  • Penelope Morgan-Giles aged 5 (miniature) Daughter of Rear Admiral and Pamela Morgan-Giles [source: letter to Stella by Pamela on 22 August (deduced year) 1950]
  • Philip Morgan-Giles aged 3 (miniature) Son of Rear Admiral and Pamela Morgan-Giles [source: letter to Stella by Pamela on 22 August (deduced year) 1950]
  • J.W. Wilson or a member of his family (miniature) [source: letter to Stella 1 January 1951 from J.W. Wilson of 'Weedon' Copperkins Lane, Chesham Bois, Bucks.]

1952

  • María del Carmen Franco y Polo, the Marquise of Villaverde (miniature). Spain. Franco's daughter.
  • Sir Godfrey Tearle (miniature) actor. Worn by Joan Fontaine in the production of 'Decameron Nights'.
  • H.R.H. The Princess Anne aged 2 (miniature). Royal commission. Featured in 16 December 1974 BBC One Television 'Nationwide' (source: the BBC)

1953

  • H.R.H. The Prince Charles (oils) Woman's Illustrated commission. Black & white reproduction on the front cover of Woman's Illustrated 7 March 1953 and art paper colour insert. Colour feature 9 November 1953 Woman. (source: 28 February 1953 Everybody"s Weekly, 4 March 1953 Daily Mirror, 7 March Woman's Illustrated, 9 November 1953 Woman
  • Maureen O'Hara (miniature sketch)
  • Maureen O'Hara (miniature) actress and friend. The miniature was sold at Sotheby's in 2007 along with items of Maureen O'Hara's jewelry. 
  • H.R.H. The Princess Anne version 1 (oils). Woman's Journal commission. Front Cover of Woman's Journal August 1953. Colour feature 9 November 1953 Woman.
  • H.R.H. The Princess Anne version 2 (oils). Front cover of 12 September 1953 Woman's Pictorial. 
  • A portrait in possession of Humphrey Arthure of Harley Street (miniature) [source: letter to Stella on 25 December from Mr. Humphrey Arthure of 78, Harley Street W.1.]

1954

  • Michael Pettifer (sketch)
  • Member of a family living at North Heath House, Chieveley, Newbury, Berkshire in 1954 (miniature) [source: letter to Stella on 6 July 1954 from.]

1957

  • Michael Pettifer (oil portrait). Pat's eldest son. It was exhibited at the Royal Portrait Society in 1958.
  • E.A. Freking (oil or miniature portrait) of Cincinnati [source: letter to Stella on 13 November 1957 from E.A. Freking of 2804 Eastern Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio.]

1958

  • 2 miniatures of members of Eunice, Lady Oakes's family (miniatures) Eunice (Nancy) was the Australian born wife of Sir Harry Oakes, Canada's richest man, who immigrated to the Bahamas and was murdered in 1943. [source: letters to Stella on 9 August 1958 and two others undated from Lady Oakes.]
  • The Princess Christina Lowenstein (miniature). Granddaughter of the Arch Duchess of Austria. [source: letter to Stella from Princess Christina on 10 October 1963 referring to "5 years before".]
The Princess Christina Lowenstein by Stella Marks, 1958 Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

The Princess Christina Lowenstein by Stella Marks, 1958
Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved


1959

  • Joan Craig Birdsall (miniature). The daughter of 'Betty', Stella's sister-in-law, Elizabeth Lewis (nee Latourette) who later remarried and became Elizabeth Criag.
  • Mrs. Charles Clover Brown (miniature) [source: letter to Stella 20 February 1959 from Charles Clover Brown of 182a, Ashley Gardens, Westminster]
a Miniature by Stella Marks of Joan Craig Birdsall 1959 Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved. Grateful Thanks to Joan Craig Birdsall for the Photograph.

a Miniature by Stella Marks of Joan Craig Birdsall 1959 Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved. Grateful Thanks to Joan Craig Birdsall for the Photograph.


1961

  • Baron Felix von Vittinghoff-Schell (charcoal). Given by Stella to his wife Aileen.
Baron felix von vittinghoff-schell 1961. charcoal portrait by stella marks. copyright stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Baron felix von vittinghoff-schell 1961. charcoal portrait by stella marks. copyright stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved


1963

  • Princess Olga Andreevna Romanoff (miniature) daughter of Prince Andrei Alexandrovich of Russia (son of Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna, sister of Tsar Nicholas II). Painted at Norton Court, Kent.
Note: this miniature was stolen in 1990 or 1991 from 'Provender', the Romanoff's home in Kent. Should anyone recognise it from the black & white photograph shown here or discover it please get in touch with me by going to the contact page so I can return it.
Princess Olga Andreevna Romanoff 1963.  Black & white Photograph of a Portrait miniature by stella Marks. copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Princess Olga Andreevna Romanoff 1963.  Black & white Photograph of a Portrait miniature by stella Marks. copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved


1964

  • H.R.H. The Prince Andrew (miniature). Painted at Buckingham Palace. Royal commission. Featured in black & white on the 19 November 1964 in The Daily Express and on 20 November 1964 in The Times. Featured in 29 April Woman's Weekly. (source: letters, 19 November 1964 The Daily Express and 20 November 1964 The Times, 29 April Woman's Weekly.)

1965

  • Sir Colin Coote (miniature). Editor of The Daily Telegraph. Stella's 500th miniature featured in black & white in The Daily Telegraph 29 November. [source: letters to Stella from Sir Colin Coote 6 November, and The Daily Telegraph 29 November 1965]
  • R.J.A McInerny's mother (oils or portrait miniature) [source: letter to Stella on 18 August 1965 from R.J.A. McInerny of Avenido do Loureiro, 15 Carcavelos, Portugal.]
  • Hazel Fisher's? son (miniature) [source: letter to Stella on 18 March 1965 from Hazel Fisher? of The Orchard, Stoke Green, Nr. Slough, Buckinghamshire.]

Sir winston churchill, portrait miniature within a miniature. by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

Sir winston churchill, portrait miniature within a miniature. by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

1966

  • Sir Winston Churchill (miniature within a miniature) 4 inches by 2 1/2 inches. The miniature within is the size of the head of a drawing pin. Started in 1960 and completed in 1966. Featured in black & white on 19 October in The Daily Telegraph. Featured in 16 December 1974 BBC One Television 'Nationwide' (source 19 October 1966 The Daily Telegraph, The BBC)
  • Peter Hopkinson's Grandfather (oils) [source: letter to Stella on 26 November 1966 from Peter Hopkinson]

1967

  • Peter Hopkinson's parents (oils?) [source: letter to Stella on 31 May 1967 from Peter Hopkinson]

1968

  • Grandchildren of C.H. Davis (2 miniatures) [source letters to Stella from C.H. Davis]
  • H.R.H. The Prince Edward (miniature). Painted in October at Buckingham Palace. Royal commission.
  • Mr ? Nicolson April (oil portrait) [source Sella notes]
  • 'Braithwaite' (three pencil portraits) [source Sella notes]
  • Hugh Purse, (miniature) Stella's great, great nephew? [see letters from Nancy Purse 11 May 1968 Jean Purse 26 May 1968]
  • Grant-Smith? (miniature) [source Sella notes]
  • Mrs. Nicolson November (oil portrait) [source Sella notes and letter to Stella from David Nicolson 20 December 1968]

1969

  • Mother of Muriel Ward (miniature) [source; letter to Stella on 18 February 1969 from Muriel Ward of 29 Chesham Place, Belgrave Square, London]
  • H.R.H. The Prince of Wales age 21 (miniature 3 5/8 by 2 7/8 inches. First version). His first portrait after his investiture as The Prince of Wales. Completed 14 November 1969. In possession of The Queen. Featured in 22 February 1970 The Cleveland Plain Dealer. Featured in colour and extreme close up black and white along side Stella's 1950 miniature of Prince Charles in 25 April 1970 Woman's Weekly. Featured in colour in November 1970 The Field. Featured on the front cover of January 1974 Point De Vue Images Du Monde. Featured in Daphne Foskett's book Collecting Miniatures (source: 22 February 1970 The Cleveland Plain Dealer,  25 April 1970 Woman's Weekly, November 1970 The Field, January 1974 Point De Vue Images Du Monde, Collecting Miniatures by Daphne Foskett)
  • Christopher Neville (miniature). Son of Lord Rupert Neville.
  • Henrietta Neville (miniature). Daughter of Lord Rupert Neville.
  • Grandmother of Colonel George Richard Judd (miniature) [source: Stella's notes and letter to Stella on 9 December from Colonel George Judd of Ardleigh Park, Colchester]
  • Clare Seys-Phillips (miniature) painted at Norton Court [Source: Stella's notes and letters to Stella 12 February, 24 April and 7 July 1969 from Joyce Seys-Phillips of The Malt House, Mereworth, Kent]
  • Concha and Marita [source Sella notes and letter 18 February 1969 to Stella from Patrick Walsh, Dublin]
  • Carlolyn Schwarz (miniature large) child of Lous Schwarz-Pop [source Stella's notes, and letters to Stella on 1 May 1969 from Thomas Agnew & Sons and on 26 March 1970 from A. Schwarz of Apollolaan 135, Amsterdam]
  • Carlolyn Schwarz (miniature locket) child of Lous Schwarz-Pop [source Stella's notes and letter to Stella 26 March 1970 from A. Schwarz of Apollolaan 135, Amsterdam]
  • Clare Matthew (miniature) [source Stella's notes and 18 August letter to Stella from Anne Matthew of 43 Hampstead Way, N.W.11]
  • Caroline Matthew (miniature) [source Stella's notes and 18 August letter to Stella from Anne Matthew of 43 Hampstead Way, N.W.11]
  • Vicky Anderson (miniature) [source Stella's notes and letter to Stella 19 May from Joan Anderson of Oaklands Park, High Hatch Lane, Hurstpierpoint, Hassocks, Sussex]
  • Mrs Baker [source Sella notes] sold in 1969 (painted some years ago)
  • Mr. J.H. Humphries (oils or portrait miniature) Chairman of Braithwaite & Co Engineering [source: letters to Stella on 6 October from Braithwaite & Co Engineering and from Stella on 23 October to her daughter, Pat Pettifer.]
  • Joe Saunders (oil?) [source: Letter to Stella 30 October 1971 from Joe Saunders]

1970

  • Hugh Purse (miniature) Stella's great nephew? [source: letter from Nancy Purse to Stella 21 Jan 1970]
  • Portuguese General (miniature) [source Stella's notes]
  • Mrs. Dawson (miniature) [source Stella's notes]
  • H.R.H. The Prince of Wales age 21 (miniature second version) painted by Stella for herself. Now on loan to The Scottish National Portrait Gallery [source Stella's notes, email from Christopher Baker, Director of The Scottish National Portrait Gallery]
  • Lady Grubb (miniature) Exhibited in 1970 at the Royal Society of Miniature Painters. [source Stella's notes and letters to Stella 13 May 1970 from Sir Kenneth G. Grubb and 16 November 1970 from Lady Grubb of The Moot Farm, Downton, Wiltshire]
  • Simon Leefe aged 4 yrs. (miniature) [source Stella's notes and letters (March to May 1970) from Mr. L.N.J. Leefe of Baileys, Coolham, Horsham, Sussex and 41/43 Mincing Lane, London EC3]
  • Sara Mariott (miniature) [source Stella's notes]
  • Mr. Nicolson's father (oils) [source Stella's notes]
  • Mrs. Nicolson's father (oils) [source Stella's notes]
  • 'Grandmother of Portuguese' (miniature) [source Stella's notes]
  • Edward Matthew (miniature) [source Stella's notes]
  • Escalante - mother and two children: Martha?, Luis and a little girl (miniature) [source: Letter to Stella on 21 October 1970 from Martha? Escalante of Avenida Las Palmas, Colonia San Benito, San Salvador and new year's greeting letter to Stella from Martha Escalante? of California]
  • Richard and Patrick Whitehead (miniatures) stolen in January 1978. [source: letter to Stella on 2 February 1978 from Sheila Whitehead of 9, Kensington Church Walk, London W.8.]

1971

  • The Hon. James Ogilvy (miniature). Son of Princess Alexandra
  • The Hon. Marina Ogilvy (miniature). Daughter of Princess Alexandra
  • Lady Darne's ? Daughter, Mrs Arnott? (miniature) [source Stella's notes]
  • Amanda, Mr. Hartley's daughter (miniature). [source Stella's notes]
  • Mr. P. B. Powell of The Worshipful Company of Haberdashers (miniature) [source: Stella's notes and payment slip to Stella from The Worshipful Company of Haberdashers on 16 July 1971]
  • Mr. John Pettifer (miniature) [source Stella's notes on letter from RSM 29 June 1971 - "John's miniature on loan with 3 others"]
  • "Helen" (miniature) [source: letter to Stella on 29 June 1971 from (unreadable signature) of Fingal Works, Staffa Road, London E.10. Letter also refers to an earlier miniatures]

1972

  • Lady Romayne Bockstoce and two others of her family (miniatures?) [source: letter to Stella 16 January 1972 from Lady Romayne Bockstoce and on 2 January 1972 from Mrs. Clifton M. Bockstoce (Betty) of 1160 Prospect Avenue Hartford 5, Connecticut, USA. They mentions 2 portraits, the other is possibly of "Betty", and a letter to Stella from Clifton Bockstoce on 13 November ].
  • H.R.H. The Princess Anne aged 21 (miniature x 2?). First version In the Royal Collection. Second version possible painted by Stella for herself. Featured in Daphne Foskett's book Collecting Miniatures. Featured in 16 December 1974 BBC One Television 'Nationwide' (source: Collecting Miniatures by Daphne Foskett and The BBC)
  • H.R.H. The Princess Anne aged 21 (miniature). Painted by Stella for herself.
  • Michael Pettifer [source:  Stella note]
  • John Pettifer [source:  Stella note]
  • The Earl of St Andrews (miniature). Son of the Duke and Duchess of Kent.
  • The Lady Helen Windsor (miniature). Daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Kent.
  • Mrs. Raphael's Grandson [source:  Stella note]
  • Sir David L. Nicolson's mother-in-law (oil portrait) [source: note from Stella 20 March 1972 and letter to Stella from Sir David Nicolson 15 March 1972 from Suite 1, 48 Berkley Square]
  • Sir David L. Nicolson (miniature) [source: letter to Stella 14 September 1972 from Charles Nicolson of 5 Southwick Place, London W.2.]
  • Vicky Nicolson (miniature ) wife or daughter? of Sir David L Nicolson [source: Stella note and 20 December 1972 letter to Stella from David L Nicolson of 5 Southwick Place, London W.2.]
  • Charles Nicolson (miniature ) son of Sir David L Nicolson [source:  Stella note and 20 December 1972 letter to Stella from David L Nicolson of 5 Southwick Place, London W.2.]
  • Anne Maureen Pettifer (miniature). Stella's granddaughter. Painted at Norton Court.
After a miniature of Lady Romayne Bockstoce by Stella Marks, 1972 Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a miniature of Lady Romayne Bockstoce by Stella Marks, 1972 Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

 

1974

  • Professor David Keith-Lucas (portrait) Chairman of the Air Registration Board. Hung in the Civil Aviation Authority Board-Room at Brabazon House [source: letters to Stella on 11 January 1974 from David Keith-Lucas and on 8 February 1974 from Graham Cropper of the Civil Aviation Authority.]

1976

  • H.M. Queen Elizabeth II (miniature x 2). Painted at Buckingham Palace. Second version painted by Stella for herself and exhibited at The Royal Miniature Society in 1977.

Some other works not yet dated....

  • Mary Churchill (drawing) gifted to Lady Soames by Pat Pettifer
  • Ignacio Fuster (pencil sketch for a miniature). Director of Vickers Armstrong in Spain? according to a note by Stella's daughter Pat.
  • A Spanish Cardinal (miniatures x 2) Possibly related to Ignacio Fuster since Stella noted in her album the name Ignacio Fuster.
  • Kay Harrison (oil). Monty's younger brother.
  • Sir Alexander Korda (sketch for a miniature and a miniature)
  • Lady Korda (sketch for a miniature and a miniature). 3rd wife of Sir Alexander Korda.
  • Portrait of a Young Women 'Mari??' (oils). Shown at the Royal Portrait Society 1957
  • Portrait of a Young Women with Veil (oils)
  • Rae Harris (miniature). The wife of Monty's cousin Cliff Harris.
  • Susan Brett (miniature)
  • Daphne (miniature)
  • The Countess Mirbach-Shell (miniature)
  • Princess Romane (miniature)
  • Sir Colin Coote (oils). Editor of the Daily Telegraph.
  • Jerry Cornes (oils). Headmaster of West Down school. Donated to the school by Mr and Mrs Pettifer.
  • Silvia, Lady Ashley (sketch for a miniature, probably also a miniature) wife of Anthony Ashley-Cooper and later of Douglas Fairbanks Sr.
  • Vera Bleck (miniature). Sister of Silvia Ashley. Wife of film producer, Basil Bleck. Exhibited at the Royal Miniature Society in 1977.
  • Raymond Segrave (miniature). He died aged 5 and Stella painted him from memory for his mother Anne Segrave.
  • Elisa Segrave (miniature sketch), Elisa is an author and wrote the book "The Girl From Station X - My Mother's Unknown Life" about Anne Segrove.
  • Daughter (Elisa?) of William and Anne Segrave (miniatures) [source: letter to Stella on 8 February year? from Anne Segrave of Isfield Place, Sussex and another undated from 40 Belgrave Square.]
  • Ben Goet?y (miniature sketch so possible also a miniature). I cannot fully read the surname.
  • Mrs Ben Goet?y (miniature sketch so possible also a miniature). I cannot fully read the surname.
  • Dr Marmonston? (miniature sketch so possible also a miniature). I cannot fully read the surname.
  • My Nephew (oils)
  • Sir Connop Guthrie (miniature). Board member of London Films Productions and Montagu Marks' key contact and ally with Prudential Insurance.
  • 'Jill'
  • Aileen's Mother (pastel) 1969? [source Stella's notes]
  • Portrait in possession of J.M. Askew (miniature) [source: letter to Stella 7 June (no year) from J.M. Askew of Ladykirk, Berwick-on-Tweed]
  • G. Maunsell (oil portrait or miniature?) "4 works with G Maunsell and Partners, 277 Williams Street Melbourne" [source: Stella note] 
  • David Henderson as a boy (miniature) [source: letter to Stella on 28 February year? from Fiona? Henderson (David's mother) of 6 Lowndes Place, London SWIX 8DB]
  • Mark? Syms? (oil portrait or miniature) [source: letter to Stella on 21 September year? from John Syms? of 13, Kings Bench Walk, Temple E.C.4.]
  • Miniature in possession of K.B. Tippetts (miniature) [source: letter to Stella on 13 September year? from K.B. Tippetts of 13 Cadogan Court, Draycott Avenue, London.]
  • Carmilla? McCreery?  (miniature) [source: letter to Stella on 27 January year? from Jonathan McCreery? of 14 Hammersmith Terrace, London W.6.]
  • Mrs. J. H. McCreery (miniature) [source: Stella note.]
  • Member of a family living at 47 Grosvenor Square in 1974 (miniature) [source: letter to Stella on 3 January 1974 from Hilda? of 47 Grosvenor Square W.1.]
  • Mrs. M.G.F.P. Smallwood (oil portrait) [source: letter to Stella on 27 May 1967 from D. St. C. Smallwood of The Small House, Bigbury, South Devon.]
  • Painting of Flowers bought by Joan Sandfied? - Smith of 4 Warren Drive, St. Peter's Broadstairs, Kent [source: letter to Stella 31 March year?]
  • Sarah daughter of Henrietta of Moat Manor (miniature) [source: letters to Stella on 12 June year?  and undated from Henrietta of Moat Manor, Kingston Blount, Oxfordshire.]
  • Jayne? (miniature) [source: letter to Stella undated from Barbara of Mulberry House, Church Row, London N.W.3.]
  • Jean Cleland (drawing) Neighbor at Hengrove.
  • Young Girl With A Doll (miniature ) sitter and date not known
  • Stella Marks (various self-portraits in miniature and oils)
  • Monty in WWI flying leathers (unfinished miniature)
  • Pat Marks / Pat Pettifer (various other miniatures, oils, charcoals, sketches). Stella's daughter
  • John Pettifer (various miniatures, oils, sketches). Stella's son-in-law
  • Michael Pettifer (various other miniatures, oils, sketches). Stella's grandson. One miniature of Micheal Pettifer exhibited at the Royal Miniatire Society in 1977.
  • Anthony Pettifer (various miniatures, oils, sketches). Stella's grandson
  • Annie Dixon (various miniatures, oils, sketches). Stella's granddaughter. '3rd Miniature of Miss Anne Pettifer' exhibited at the Royal Miniature Society in 1977.
Pencil Sketch for a miniature of ignacio fuster by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

Pencil Sketch for a miniature of ignacio fuster by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a portrait miniature by Stella Mark of a Spanish Cardinal. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After a portrait miniature by Stella Mark of a Spanish Cardinal. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Photograph of a portrait miniature by Stella Marks . Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Photograph of a portrait miniature by Stella Marks . Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait Miniature by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait Miniature by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After A miniature by Stella Mark of the Countess Amrita Mirbach-Schell. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

After A miniature by Stella Mark of the Countess Amrita Mirbach-Schell. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Pencil sketch for a portrait miniature of Sir Alexander Korda by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' estate all rights reserved.

Pencil sketch for a portrait miniature of Sir Alexander Korda by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' estate all rights reserved.

'Jean Cleland' drawing by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

'Jean Cleland' drawing by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait miniature of Annie Dixon (née Pettifer) by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait miniature of Annie Dixon (née Pettifer) by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

a portrait miniature by Stella Mark of a Spanish Cardinal. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

a portrait miniature by Stella Mark of a Spanish Cardinal. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Young Women with a veil. oil portrait by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

Young Women with a veil. oil portrait by stella marks. copyright stella marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait Miniature (sitter unknown) by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait Miniature (sitter unknown) by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Extreme close-up showing bushwork detail from a portrait miniature by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Extreme close-up showing bushwork detail from a portrait miniature by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Rough Sketchs for miniatures by Stella Marks of Raymond and Elisa Segrave. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All rights reserved

Rough Sketchs for miniatures by Stella Marks of Raymond and Elisa Segrave. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate All rights reserved

Portrait Miniature of 'Vera Bleck' by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks all rights reserved

Portrait Miniature of 'Vera Bleck' by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks all rights reserved

Portrait miniature of a girl with a doll by Stella Marks Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait miniature of a girl with a doll by Stella Marks Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved

Portrait miniature of young woman by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved  

Portrait miniature of young woman by Stella Marks. Copyright Stella Marks' Estate all rights reserved