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(Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti

(1805-1867), Sculptor

Sitter in 12 portraits
Artist associated with 11 portraits
Sculptor; a baron of Italy, moving permanently from France to London in 1848, Marochetti attracted the patronage of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. He went on to develop a significant reputation for public statuary. A regular exhibitor at the Royal Academy and a prominent figure in the London art world, Marochetti executed statues of Queen Victoria and the Duke of Wellington as well as many decorative works and busts.

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Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron Macaulay, by (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti - NPG 257

Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron Macaulay

by (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti
bronze medallion, 1848
On display in Room 26 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 257

Sir James Stephen, by (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti - NPG 1029

Sir James Stephen

by (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti
marble bust, 1858
On display in Room 22 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1029

Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron Macaulay, by (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti - NPG 257a

Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron Macaulay

by (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti
plaster cast of medallion
NPG 257a

'Reproduction from a statue by order of Baron Marochetti' (Sir Mark Cubbon), by Camille Silvy, after  (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti - NPG Ax63873

'Reproduction from a statue by order of Baron Marochetti' (Sir Mark Cubbon)

by Camille Silvy, after (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti
albumen print, 15 October 1864
NPG Ax63873

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Statue of Erin

by Camille Silvy, after (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti
albumen print, circa 1863-1864
NPG Ax59195

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Statue of Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

by Camille Silvy, after (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti
albumen print, circa 1863
NPG Ax59097

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Statue of Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

by Camille Silvy, after (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti
albumen print, circa 1863
NPG Ax59098

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Statue of Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

by Camille Silvy, after (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti
albumen print, circa 1863
NPG Ax59099

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Statue of Sir George Cornewall Lewis, 2nd Bt

by Camille Silvy, after (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti
albumen print, circa 1864
NPG Ax59306

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Statue of Sir Mark Cubbon

by Camille Silvy, after (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti
albumen print, 13 October 1864
NPG Ax59323

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Statue of Joseph Locke

by Camille Silvy, after (Pietro) Carlo Giovanni Battista Marochetti, Baron Marochetti
albumen print, circa 1865
NPG Ax59331

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