Pen

A drawing tool used with ink to produce fine line drawings. Examples include dip pens with a variety of nibs, fountain pens, technical pens which draw consistently even lines, and fibre tips in which the ink flows smoothly in a thin line.

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James Jefferys, by James Jefferys, circa 1774-1775 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

James Jefferys
by James Jefferys
circa 1774-1775
NPG 4669

Sir George Scharf, by Sir George Scharf, 1869 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Sir George Scharf
by Sir George Scharf
1869
NPG 5344

William Ewart Gladstone, by Philip William (

William Ewart Gladstone
by Philip William ('Phil') May
1893
NPG 2819

Chateau Dieppe, by George Estall, late 19th century - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Chateau Dieppe
by George Estall
late 19th century
NPG D23170

Lewis Carroll; Harry Furniss, by Harry Furniss, before 1901 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Lewis Carroll; Harry Furniss
by Harry Furniss
before 1901
NPG 3567

Arthur David Waley, by Edmund Dulac, circa 1915 - NPG  - © reserved; collection National Portrait Gallery, London

Arthur David Waley
by Edmund Dulac
circa 1915
NPG 6598

Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis Budge, by Powys Evans, 1923 - NPG  - © estate of Powys Evans

Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis Budge
by Powys Evans
1923
NPG 6794

Gaby Deslys as The Charm of Paris in

Gaby Deslys as The Charm of Paris in 'New Aladdin'
by Cecil Beaton
circa 1930
NPG D3613

Erno Goldfinger, by Eileen Agar, 1938 - NPG  - © estate of Eileen Agar

Erno Goldfinger
by Eileen Agar
1938
NPG 6099

Charles Ginner, by Charles Ginner, 1940s - NPG  - © reserved; collection National Portrait Gallery, London

Charles Ginner
by Charles Ginner
1940s
NPG 4992

National Portrait Gallery Extension, by Michael Heath, 2000 - NPG  - © Michael Heath / National Portrait Gallery, London

National Portrait Gallery Extension
by Michael Heath
2000
NPG D21631

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