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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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D3028

Queen Victoria

by Unknown artist
pipe bowl, 1887
NPG D3028

D7053

Queen Victoria

by Unknown artist
bronze medal, 1887
NPG D7053

D16954

Queen Victoria

after Walery
photograph transferred onto silk, (1887)
NPG D16954

D33592

'Your Majesty' (William Howley; Francis Nathaniel Conyngham, 2nd Marquess Conyngham; Queen Victoria)

published by The Graphic, after Mary Louisa Gow
colour photogravure, published 1895
NPG D33592

D23351

Queen Victoria

after (Marion Margaret) Violet Manners (née Lindsay), Duchess of Rutland
lithograph, 1897
NPG D23351

D33650

Queen Victoria

published by Illustrated London News, after A. Forestier
wood engraving, published 1897
NPG D33650

D33656

Queen Victoria

after Ino I. Offord
chromolithograph, published 1897
NPG D33656

D36107

Queen Victoria

by George William De Saulles, after Sir Thomas Brock, after William Wyon
silver medal, 1897
NPG D36107

D768

Queen Victoria

after Sir William Newzam Prior Nicholson
coloured woodcut, (1897)
NPG D768

D32962

Queen Victoria

published by William Heinemann, after Sir William Newzam Prior Nicholson
lithographic reproduction of a hand-coloured woodcut, published 1899 (1897)
NPG D32962

D33651

Queen Victoria

possibly after Heinrich von Angeli
etching, (circa 1899)
NPG D33651

D33652

Queen Victoria

published by William Heinemann, after Sir William Newzam Prior Nicholson
lithographic reproduction of a hand-coloured woodcut, published 1899 (1897)
NPG D33652

D33653

Queen Victoria

published by William Heinemann, after Sir William Newzam Prior Nicholson
lithographic reproduction of a hand-coloured woodcut, published 1899 (1897)
NPG D33653

D18404

Livingstone sees the Queen (Queen Victoria; David Livingstone)

by Unknown artist, published by The London Missionary Society
glass magic lantern slide, circa 1900
NPG D18404

D33657

Queen Victoria

after Solomon Joseph Solomon
relief halftone, published 1901
NPG D33657

D42865

Queen Victoria

printed by Strand Engraving Company Ltd, published by Illustrated London News, after Jean Joseph Benjamin-Constant
relief halftone, published 11 May 1901
NPG D42865

L179

Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha; Queen Victoria

after a marble by William Theed the Younger
plaster cast of statue, 1868 (1863-1867)
On display in Room 21 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG L179

P1700(93)

The Victoria Memorial by Sir Thomas Brock

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company
photogravure, 1911
NPG P1700(93)

x95810

Queen Victoria

by Alexander Bassano
half-plate glass negative, (1837)
NPG x95810

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