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Queen Victoria

(1819-1901), Reigned 1837-1901

Sitter associated with 527 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 second 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; King Edward VII, by Henry Thomas Ryall, published by  Hering & Remington, after  Frederick A.C. Tilt - NPG D33628

Queen Victoria; King Edward VII

by Henry Thomas Ryall, published by Hering & Remington, after Frederick A.C. Tilt
stipple and line engraving, (circa 1847)
NPG D33628

Queen Victoria, by François Forster, published by  Sir Francis Graham Moon, 1st Bt, after  Franz Xaver Winterhalter - NPG D35047

Queen Victoria

by François Forster, published by Sir Francis Graham Moon, 1st Bt, after Franz Xaver Winterhalter
line engraving, published 1 May 1847
NPG D35047

Domestic Life of the Royal Family, by Unknown artist - NPG D20924

Domestic Life of the Royal Family

by Unknown artist
hand-coloured lithograph, 1848 or after
NPG D20924

Queen Victoria, after Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey - NPG D10861

Queen Victoria

after Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey
anaglyptograph, 1849
NPG D10861

Mary Callinack (Kelynack); Queen Victoria; Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, by John Brandard, printed by  M & N Hanhart, published by  Lee & Coxhead - NPG D42826

Mary Callinack (Kelynack); Queen Victoria; Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

by John Brandard, printed by M & N Hanhart, published by Lee & Coxhead
lithograph, circa 1851
NPG D42826

The Royal Procession Polka, by John Brandard, printed by  M & N Hanhart, published by  Chappell - NPG D47394

The Royal Procession Polka

by John Brandard, printed by M & N Hanhart, published by Chappell
lithograph, circa 1851
NPG D47394

Queen Victoria, by Henry Thomas Ryall, published by  Edward Puckle, and published by  Gambart & Junin, after  Sir William Charles Ross - NPG D33620

Queen Victoria

by Henry Thomas Ryall, published by Edward Puckle, and published by Gambart & Junin, after Sir William Charles Ross
stipple and line engraving, published 1852
NPG D33620

Queen Victoria, by Richard James Lane, after  Franz Xaver Winterhalter - NPG D33581

Queen Victoria

by Richard James Lane, after Franz Xaver Winterhalter
lithograph, 1855 (1855)
NPG D33581

Queen Victoria, by Alphonse Léon Noël, published by  Henry Graves & Co, and published by  Goupil & Co - NPG D33634

Queen Victoria

by Alphonse Léon Noël, published by Henry Graves & Co, and published by Goupil & Co
lithograph, published 1855
NPG D33634

Queen Victoria, by Richard James Lane, after  Franz Xaver Winterhalter - NPG D22123

Queen Victoria

by Richard James Lane, after Franz Xaver Winterhalter
lithograph, 1855 (1855)
NPG D22123

Queen Victoria;  King Edward VII; Victoria, Empress of Germany and Queen of Prussia, by James Tilbitts Willmore, after  Sir Edwin Henry Landseer - NPG D33591

Queen Victoria; King Edward VII; Victoria, Empress of Germany and Queen of Prussia

by James Tilbitts Willmore, after Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
line engraving, 1858 (1847)
NPG D33591

Queen Victoria, by Richard James Lane - NPG D22124

Queen Victoria

by Richard James Lane
lithograph, 1858
NPG D22124

Queen Victoria, by John Alfred Vinter, after  Franz Xaver Winterhalter - NPG D8167

Queen Victoria

by John Alfred Vinter, after Franz Xaver Winterhalter
lithograph, 1859
NPG D8167

Queen Victoria, by George H. Every, after  J. Stewart - NPG D33618

Queen Victoria

by George H. Every, after J. Stewart
mezzotint, circa 1860s
NPG D33618

Queen Victoria, by Daniel John Pound, published by  Illustrated News of the World - NPG D33643

Queen Victoria

by Daniel John Pound, published by Illustrated News of the World
stipple and line engraving, 1860s
NPG D33643

Queen Victoria, probably by Thomas D. Scott, after  Unknown artist - NPG D33640

Queen Victoria

probably by Thomas D. Scott, after Unknown artist
wood engraving, published 29 March 1862
NPG D33640

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