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Sir George Scharf (1820-1895), Artist and art historian; first Director of the National Portrait Gallery

Sitter in 79 portraits
Artist associated with 80 portraits
First secretary and Director of the National Portrait Gallery.

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1784

Florence Nightingale

by Sir George Scharf
pencil, 28 December 1857
NPG 1784

6050

John Gibson

by Sir George Scharf
pencil, 1860
NPG 6050

4053(5)

Sir George Scharf

by Sir George Scharf
pencil and watercolour, late 1870s?
NPG 4053(5)

343c

Key to 'The Fine Arts Commissioners, 1846'

by Sir George Scharf
pen and ink and wash, 1872
NPG 343c

2794

Thomas Carlyle

by Sir George Scharf
pen and ink, 1874
NPG 2794

2747a

by Sir George Scharf
watercolour, 1885
NPG 2747a

2747b

by Sir George Scharf
watercolour, 1885
NPG 2747b

2747c

by Sir George Scharf
watercolour, 1885
NPG 2747c

2747d

by Sir George Scharf
watercolour, 1885
NPG 2747d

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