A bit fuzzy as I couldn't get a good angle on it, but this is the portrait of Elsa Lanchester - The Bride of Frankenstein - in the National Portrait Gallery. In the same room are portraits of Conan Doyle, Aldous Huxley and (my favourite and profile pic!) Mervyn Peake.
This isn't an encyclopedic, in-depth history of the studio and films: it's not for scholars. It *is* a fun overview, delightful and entertaining and has sent me back, with a renewed interest and appreciation, for the films which as a kid I used to stay up late to watch on TV, lights out, tucked under a blanket on the sofa, wondering if I, though pure of heart, might turn into a wolf when the wolfbane bloomed when the autumn moon was bright! 🐺🌚