Sitter in 1 portraitArtist of 9 portraits
Gilbert Elliot, 1st Earl of Minto
by James Atkinsonoil on canvas, 1813NPG 836
Francis Rawdon-Hastings, 1st Marquess of Hastings
by James Atkinsonpen and ink, 1820NPG 837
Horace Hayman Wilson
by James Atkinsonwatercolour, 1821NPG 826
by James Atkinsonpencil, ink and wash, 1826NPG 823
Lord William Cavendish Bentinck
by James Atkinsonpencil, pen and ink, circa 1833NPG 848
Sir Willoughby Cotton
by James Atkinsonwatercolour, circa 1838NPG 824
by James Atkinsonwatercolour, circa 1840NPG 825
Sir William Hay Macnaghten, Bt
by James Atkinsonwatercolour, 1841NPG 749
by James Atkinsonoil on millboard, circa 1845NPG 930
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