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Ford Madox Brown

(1821-1893), Painter and designer

Sitter in 4 portraits
Artist associated with 13 portraits
Ford Madox Brown studied in the Low Countries and Paris and, in 1845, visited Rome where he came under the influence of the German Nazarene painters. A letter of admiration from Dante Gabriel Rossetti in 1848 led to his taking Rossetti as a pupil and the two became firm friends. Although never a member of the Brotherhood, Brown closely identified with their aims and produced paintings like The Last of England and Work according to Pre-Raphaelite principles.

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'Lear and Cordelia', after Ford Madox Brown - NPG P1273(4b)

'Lear and Cordelia'

after Ford Madox Brown
photograph of painting, albumen print, 1860s (1849-1854)
NPG P1273(4b)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, after Ford Madox Brown - NPG P1273(20b)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

after Ford Madox Brown
photograph of plaster cast of bust, albumen print, (1883)
NPG P1273(20b)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, after Ford Madox Brown - NPG P1273(19a)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

after Ford Madox Brown
photograph of plaster cast of bust, albumen print, 1885-1886
NPG P1273(19a)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, after Ford Madox Brown - NPG P1273(19b)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

after Ford Madox Brown
photograph of plaster cast of bust, albumen print, 1885-1886
NPG P1273(19b)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, after Ford Madox Brown - NPG P1273(19c)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

after Ford Madox Brown
photograph of plaster cast of bust, albumen print, 1885-1886
NPG P1273(19c)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, after Ford Madox Brown - NPG P1273(19d)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

after Ford Madox Brown
photograph of plaster cast of bust, albumen print, 1885-1886
NPG P1273(19d)

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'Our Lady of Good Children'

after Ford Madox Brown
photograph of drawing, albumen print, (1847-1861)
NPG P1273(10b)

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Study for 'The Last of England'

after Ford Madox Brown
reproduction, (1852)
NPG P1273(37)

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'Adam and Eve' (St Martin's on the Hill, Scarborough)

possibly after Ford Madox Brown
photograph of stained glass, albumen print, (1861)
NPG P1273(10a)

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'The Entombment'

after Ford Madox Brown
photograph of drawing, albumen print, (1866-1878)
NPG P1273(11a)

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John Phillips Potter

by Thomas Herbert Maguire, printed by M & N Hanhart, possibly after Ford Madox Brown, after Thomas Campbell
lithograph, 1840s
NPG D40392

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Ludwig van Beethoven

by Ford Madox Brown
pencil, 1882
NPG D180

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