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John Collier

(1850-1934), Portrait painter and writer on art

Sitter in 7 portraits
Artist associated with 21 portraits

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Charles Darwin, copy by John Collier - NPG 1024

Charles Darwin

copy by John Collier
oil on canvas, 1883 (1881)
NPG 1024

Thomas Henry Huxley, by John Collier - NPG 3168

Thomas Henry Huxley

by John Collier
oil on canvas, 1883
On display in Room 27 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 3168

Sir George Williams, reduced replica by John Collier - NPG 2140

Sir George Williams

reduced replica by John Collier
oil on canvas, (1887)
On display in Room 27 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 2140

John Elliott Burns, by John Collier - NPG 3170

John Elliott Burns

by John Collier
oil on canvas, 1889
On display in Room 22 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 3170

William Kingdon Clifford, reduced replica by John Collier - NPG 1231

William Kingdon Clifford

reduced replica by John Collier
oil on canvas, 1899
NPG 1231

George Smith, by John Collier - NPG 1620

George Smith

by John Collier
oil on canvas, 1901
NPG 1620

Sir William Huggins, replica by John Collier - NPG 1682

Sir William Huggins

replica by John Collier
oil on canvas, 1905
On display in Room 27 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1682

John Clifford, reduced replica by John Collier - NPG 2037

John Clifford

reduced replica by John Collier
oil on canvas, (1906)
NPG 2037

Sir Edward Augustus Inglefield, by Henry Dixon & Son, after  John Collier - NPG D36443

Sir Edward Augustus Inglefield

by Henry Dixon & Son, after John Collier
photogravure, before 1946 (1897)
NPG D36443

Sir George Jessel, by Richard Josey, after  John Collier - NPG D13262

Sir George Jessel

by Richard Josey, after John Collier
mezzotint, late 19th century
NPG D13262

George Stovin Venables, by Frederick Hollyer, after  John Collier - NPG D39227

George Stovin Venables

by Frederick Hollyer, after John Collier
photogravure, (1879)
NPG D39227

Charles Darwin, by Léopold Flameng, after  John Collier - NPG D9709

Charles Darwin

by Léopold Flameng, after John Collier
etching, published 1883
NPG D9709

Sir Dennis Fitzpatrick, after John Collier - NPG D36948

Sir Dennis Fitzpatrick

after John Collier
photographic print, (1898)
NPG D36948

John Richard Magrath, after John Collier - NPG D11465

John Richard Magrath

after John Collier
photogravure, published 1899
NPG D11465

Sir William Huggins, after John Collier - NPG D36369

Sir William Huggins

after John Collier
photogravure, (1905)
NPG D36369

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