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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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D4429

'Queen Victoria opening her seventh Parliament' (Queen Victoria)

by Mason Jackson, published by Illustrated London News
wood engraving, published 17 February 1866
NPG D4429

D33646

Queen Victoria

published by Maclure & Macdonald, after Andrew Maclure
lithograph, 1870s
NPG D33646

D33648

Queen Victoria

after Unknown artist
lithograph, 1870s
NPG D33648

D7216

Queen Victoria

by Unknown artist
plaster-cast medallion in high relief, late 19th century
NPG D7216

D42970

Queen Victoria; Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha; King Edward VII when Prince of Wales

after Unknown artist
embossed chromolithographic 'scrap', late 19th century
NPG D42970

D33649

Queen Victoria

by Samuel Cousins, published by Dickinson Brothers, after Lowes Cato Dickinson
hand-coloured mezzotint, published 1871
NPG D33649

D33642

Queen Victoria

published by The Graphic
wood engraving, published 6 March 1872
NPG D33642

D23023

Queen Victoria

by Faustin Betbeder ('Faustin')
chromolithograph, 1874
NPG D23023

D33647

Queen Victoria

by J. Leitch & Co, after Faustin Betbeder ('Faustin')
lithograph, published 1875
NPG D33647

D33661

Key to 'Royal Family Group, 1874' (Queen Victoria with her family)

after Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd, after Unknown artist
ink on acetate, (1881)
NPG D33661

D33654

Queen Victoria

by Maclure & Macdonald, after Andrew Maclure
chromolithograph, published 25 November 1882
NPG D33654

D8151

Queen Victoria

by James Scott, published by Henry Graves & Co, after Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
mezzotint, published 1882
NPG D8151

D33568

Queen Victoria

by Charles Roberts, after Sir George Hayter
wood engraving, published 1887 (1833)
NPG D33568

D33655

Queen Victoria

published by The Graphic, after Frederick Sargent
coloured wood engraving, published 20 June 1887
NPG D33655

D36108

Queen Victoria

by Sir Alfred Gilbert
bronze medal, 1887
On display in Room 26 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG D36108

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