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Alfred Bryan

(1852-1899), Caricaturist and illustrator

Sitter associated with 1 portrait
Artist associated with 32 portraits
Alfred Bryan was an illustrator, best known for his many contributions to the London-based weekly theatrical review Entr'acte. Bryan worked for the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News for most of his career and his cartoons were also published in periodicals such as Judy magazine.

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Samuel Phelps, by Alfred Bryan - NPG 3015

Samuel Phelps

by Alfred Bryan
sepia and grisaille wash
NPG 3015

Unknown man, by Alfred Bryan - NPG D8186

Unknown man

by Alfred Bryan
pen and ink, late 19th century
NPG D8186

Unknown man, by Alfred Bryan - NPG D8187

Unknown man

by Alfred Bryan
pen and ink, late 19th century
NPG D8187

Unknown man, by Alfred Bryan - NPG D8188

Unknown man

by Alfred Bryan
pen and ink, late 19th century
NPG D8188

Unknown man, by Alfred Bryan - NPG D8189

Unknown man

by Alfred Bryan
pen and ink, late 19th century
NPG D8189

Probably Alfred Bryan, by Alfred Bryan - NPG D8190

Probably Alfred Bryan

by Alfred Bryan
pen and ink, late 19th century
NPG D8190

2 unknown men, by Alfred Bryan - NPG D8191

2 unknown men

by Alfred Bryan
pen and ink, late 19th century
NPG D8191

Unknown man, by Alfred Bryan - NPG D8192

Unknown man

by Alfred Bryan
pen and ink, late 19th century
NPG D8192

Dion Boucicault (in 'The Shaughraun'), by Alfred Bryan, for  Maclure & Macdonald - NPG D17097

Dion Boucicault (in 'The Shaughraun')

by Alfred Bryan, for Maclure & Macdonald
chromolithograph, circa 1875
NPG D17097

Fred Albert, by William Spalding, printed by  Thomas Packer, published by  Henri D'Alcorn, after  Alfred Bryan - NPG D42803

Fred Albert

by William Spalding, printed by Thomas Packer, published by Henri D'Alcorn, after Alfred Bryan
chromolithograph, 1878
NPG D42803

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Joe Chamberlain

by Alfred Bryan
pen and ink, late 19th century
NPG D8172

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Sir Wilfrid Lawson, 2nd Bt

by Alfred Bryan
pen and ink
NPG D8173

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Sir George Thomas Livesey

by Alfred Bryan
pen and ink
NPG D8174

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