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William Brockedon

(1787-1854), Painter, writer and inventor

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 112 portraits

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Giovanni Battista Belzoni, attributed to William Brockedon - NPG 829

Giovanni Battista Belzoni

attributed to William Brockedon
oil on canvas, circa 1820
On display at British Museum, London
NPG 829

Sir Thomas Lawrence, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(21)

Sir Thomas Lawrence

by William Brockedon
pencil, 1820-1830
NPG 2515(21)

Giovanni Battista Belzoni, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(1)

Giovanni Battista Belzoni

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1823
NPG 2515(1)

Albert James Bernays, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(102)

Albert James Bernays

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1823-1849
NPG 2515(102)

Antonio Canova, by William Brockedon, probably after  Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG 2515(2)

Antonio Canova

by William Brockedon, probably after Sir Thomas Lawrence
pencil and chalk, 1823-1849
NPG 2515(2)

Countess Teresa Guiccioli, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(61)

Countess Teresa Guiccioli

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1823-1849
NPG 2515(61)

Theodore Edward Hook, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(101)

Theodore Edward Hook

by William Brockedon
black chalk, 1823-1849
NPG 2515(101)

Sir Austen Henry Layard, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(103)

Sir Austen Henry Layard

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1823-1849
NPG 2515(103)

John Buonarotti Papworth, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(53)

John Buonarotti Papworth

by William Brockedon
pencil, 1823-1849
NPG 2515(53)

Washington Irving, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(6)

Washington Irving

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1824
NPG 2515(6)

George Parker Bidder, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(15)

George Parker Bidder

by William Brockedon
black chalk and wash, circa 1825
NPG 2515(15)

James Northcote, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(5)

James Northcote

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1825
NPG 2515(5)

Jacob Perkins, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(7)

Jacob Perkins

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1825
NPG 2515(7)

William Wyon, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(8)

William Wyon

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1825
NPG 2515(8)

Foulis, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(52)


by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1825
NPG 2515(52)


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