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Charles Robert Leslie (1794-1859), Painter and writer

Sitter in 7 portraits
Artist associated with 19 portraits
Son of American parents, Leslie was famous for his genre and literary subjects. He published Memoirs of the Life of John Constable, 1843, and was the Professor of Painting at the Royal Academy, 1848-52.

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2618

Charles Robert Leslie

by Charles Robert Leslie
oil on canvas, 1814
NPG 2618

4084

Joseph Mallord William Turner

by Charles Robert Leslie
pencil, 1816
NPG 4084

898

Elizabeth Fry

after Charles Robert Leslie
oil on panel, (1823)
NPG 898

382

Henry Richard Fox (later Vassall), 3rd Baron Holland

by John Simpson, after Charles Robert Leslie
oil on canvas, (1829)
NPG 382

5149

Charles Pepys, 1st Earl of Cottenham

by Charles Robert Leslie
oil on canvas, exhibited 1840
NPG 5149

D22587

Jacob Perkins

by Mary Dawson Turner (née Palgrave), after Charles Robert Leslie
etching, (1821)
NPG D22587

D7613

Elizabeth Fry

probably by Auguste Thomas Marie Blanchard, after Charles Robert Leslie
line engraving, (1823)
NPG D7613

D21958

John Constable

by Richard James Lane, after Charles Robert Leslie
lithograph, circa 1825-1850
NPG D21958

D22053

'Studies of heads of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza'

by Richard James Lane, printed by Charles Joseph Hullmandel, published by Joseph Dickinson, after Charles Robert Leslie
lithograph, circa 1825-1850
NPG D22053

D15491

Henry Richard Fox (later Vassall), 3rd Baron Holland

by John Henry Robinson, published by Fisher Son & Co, after Charles Robert Leslie
stipple and line engraving, published 1832
NPG D15491

D33660

Key to Mr Leslie's picture of Queen Victoria receiving the Holy Sacrament at her Coronation

published by Sir Francis Graham Moon, 1st Bt, after Charles Robert Leslie
engraving, published 1839
NPG D33660

D36524

Frances Elizabeth Jocelyn (née Cowper), Viscountess Jocelyn

by William Henry Mote, after Charles Robert Leslie
stipple engraving, 1840s
NPG D36524

D19619

William Howley

by Henry Cousins, published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi & Co, after Charles Robert Leslie
mezzotint, published 1 July 1842
NPG D19619

D1544

John Constable

by David Lucas, after Charles Robert Leslie
mezzotint, published 1843
NPG D1544

D20026

Sir Walter Scott, 1st Bt

by George Henry Phillips, published by William Tegg, after Charles Robert Leslie
mezzotint, published 17 February 1864
NPG D20026

D36325

Lady Jane Grey ('Lady Jane Grey's reluctance to accept the Crown')

by Herbert Bourne, after Charles Robert Leslie
engraving, published 1886
NPG D36325

D38443

Elizabeth Fry

published by Edmund Fry, after Charles Robert Leslie
stipple engraving, published 1 January 1828 (1823)
NPG D38443

D40603

Sir Walter Scott, 1st Bt

by George Henry Phillips, published by William Tegg, after Charles Robert Leslie
mezzotint, published 17 February 1864
NPG D40603

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