The National Portrait Gallery provides more than 60 images of TS Eliot, including paintings, busts and photographs.
Getty Images hold more than 70 images under TS Eliot, including both the Hulton Archive and LIFE collections of photos.
The Faber archive contains photographs of Eliot during his literary life, together with images of his published works, his letters, drawings and reader reports, and the office in which he worked.
Rare film footage of TS Eliot at the opening of the Sheffield University Library, 1959
TS Eliot on the cover of Time magazine, 1950
The rarely-seen working studies by Patrick Heron, in preparation for his portrait of Eliot
TS Eliot by William Rothenstein, 1933 pencil portrait
TS Eliot by Irving Penn
TS Eliot by Cecil Beaton, 1956
TS Eliot by John Loengard, 1956
TS Eliot by Man Ray, 1935
TS Eliot by Alfred Eisenstaedt, a portrait hanging in the Athenaeum
TS Eliot by Ralph Steadman, a poster for an Eliot commemorative event in 1988
TS Eliot by US literary illustrator David Levine
Valerie & TS Eliot, a portrait by Angus McBean, 1957
TS Eliot on the beach, trousers rolled…
TS Eliot & Virginia Woolf, circa 1932
TS Eliot & WB Yeats, at a luncheon given by Kenneth Ballard Murdock in c. 1925.
A six-year-old Eliot, reading on the porch of his childhood summer home
Caricature of TS Eliot by Ted Scheel, published at the time of The Cocktail Party
Pen and ink portrait of TS Eliot by Leib Chigrin, 2016
TS Eliot on a US postage stamp
TS Eliot on the cover of the Saturday Review, 13th Sept 1958
In a brief newsreel clip from 1938, Wyndham Lewis discusses the rejection by the Royal Academy of his famous portrait of TS Eliot
TS Eliot having just received the Nobel Prize, in 1948 (alongside Swiss Scientist Paul Mueller who won that year’s Nobel Prize for Medicine)
Before performance of The Elder Statesman, TS Eliot in London’s West End (with cat!)
TS Eliot with EM Forster, probably at Virginia Woolf’s house (with another cat!)
TS Eliot in Russell Square Underground station, photo from the journals of George Seferis; a dedication on the back reads: “Inscribed to George Seferis by a brother poet.”