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

Later Victorian Portraits Catalogue

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

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Sir George Scharf

by Unknown photographer
albumen cabinet card, 29 November 1876
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Sir George Scharf

by Unknown photographer
albumen cabinet card, 29 November 1876
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Sir George Scharf

by Unknown photographer
albumen cabinet card, 29 November 1876
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Sir George Scharf

by Unknown photographer
albumen cabinet card, 29 November 1876
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Sir George Scharf

by Unknown photographer
albumen cabinet card, 29 November 1876
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Sir George Scharf

by Unknown photographer
albumen cabinet card, 29 November 1876
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Sir George Scharf

by Unknown photographer
albumen cabinet card, 29 November 1876
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Sir George Scharf

by Unknown photographer
albumen cabinet card, 29 November 1876
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Sir George Scharf

by Unknown photographer
albumen cabinet card, 29 November 1876
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Sir George Scharf

by John James Fisher
albumen cabinet card, 6 February 1889
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Sir George Scharf

by John James Fisher
albumen cabinet card, 6 February 1889
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Sir George Scharf

by Henry Dixon & Son, after Walter William Ouless
photograph, 1889 (1885)
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Sir George Scharf

by Henry Dixon & Son, after Walter William Ouless
photograph, 1889 (1885)
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Sir George Scharf

by Henry Dixon & Son, after Walter William Ouless
photograph, 1889 (1885)
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Sir George Scharf

by Henry Dixon & Son, after Walter William Ouless
photograph, 1889 (1885)
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Sir George Scharf

by Henry Dixon & Son, after Walter William Ouless
photograph, 1889 (1885)
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Sir George Scharf

by Henry Dixon & Son, after Walter William Ouless
photograph, 1889 (1885)
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Sir George Scharf

by Henry Dixon & Son, after Walter William Ouless
photograph, 1889 (1885)
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D42236

Key to Private View of the Old Masters Exhibition, Royal Academy, 1888

after Henry Jamyn Brooks
photograph, 1919 or after
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