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Queen Victoria (1819-1901), Reigned 1837-1901

Sitter associated with 505 portraits
Artist associated with 5 portraits
Queen Victoria succeeded to the throne shortly after her eighteenth birthday in July 1837. She was daughter of the Duke of Kent, who was the fourth son of George III. Her reign was the longest in British history, celebrating her Golden Jubilee in 1887 and Diamond Jubilee in 1897. She held great influence over the foreign and domestic policies of the governments she oversaw.

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Queen Victoria

by Lady Julia Abercromby, after Heinrich von Angeli
watercolour, 1883 (1875)
NPG 708


Queen Victoria

by Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm, 1st Bt
plaster cast of bust, circa 1887
NPG 858


Queen Victoria

by Adolphe De Bathe
pencil, circa 1890
NPG 4042


Queen Victoria

by Mary Helen Carlisle
watercolour on ivory
NPG 2088


Queen Victoria

by Hills & Saunders
carbon print, July 1893


'Souvenir of the Royal Wedding, July 6th 1893'

by Unknown photographer
halftone reproduction, 1893
NPG P1700(1c)


Christening group

by Percy Lewis Pocock, for W. & D. Downey
albumen print, 16 July 1894
NPG P1700(8a)


Royal group at Balmoral

by Robert Milne
albumen print, September 1896
NPG P1700(24d)


Queen Victoria

by Gunn & Stuart
albumen print, 1896
NPG P1700(31a)


Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Procession - The Indian Contingent

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company
vintage print, 22 June 1897
NPG P1700(26a)


Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Procession - In front of St Paul's Cathedral

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company
vintage print, 22 June 1897
NPG P1700(28)


Queen Victoria

by Alexander Bassano
printing-out paper print, 1897
NPG P1700(32)


Queen Victoria

by Bertha Müller, after Heinrich von Angeli
oil on canvas, 1900 (1899)
On display in the Front Entrance Hall at Bodelwyddan Castle
NPG 1252


Queen Victoria's funeral procession

by Unknown photographer
vintage print, 2 February 1901
NPG P1700(52b)


Queen Victoria's funeral procession at Hyde Park Corner

by Unknown photographer
bromide print, 2 February 1901
NPG P1700(53)

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