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Adriano Cecioni (1838-1886)

Artist of 32 portraits
In the 1890s Cecioni was one of an international group of artists who worked for Vanity Fair magazine. They produced caricatures of many of the leading characters of the day, including artists, athletes, royalty, statesmen, scientists, authors, actors, soldiers and scholars.

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2703

Wilkie Collins

by Adriano Cecioni
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 3 February 1872
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1939

Charles Kingsley

by Adriano Cecioni
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 30 March 1872
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2735

Sir Colman Michael O'Loghlen, 2nd Bt

by Adriano Cecioni
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 28 September 1872
NPG 2735

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Granville Augustus William Waldegrave, 3rd Baron Radstock

by Adriano Cecioni
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 17 August 1872
NPG 2595

3272

George Henry Charles Byng, 3rd Earl of Strafford

by Adriano Cecioni
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 14 September 1872
NPG 3272

2745

Spencer Horatio Walpole

by Adriano Cecioni
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 10 February 1872
NPG 2745

5786

Samuel Morley

by Adriano Cecioni
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 15 June 1872
NPG 5786

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Sir Colman Michael O'Loghlen, 2nd Bt ('Statesmen, No. 125.')

by Adriano Cecioni
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 28 September 1871
NPG D43555

D43517

Louis Adolphe Thiers (Statesmen, No. 103.')

by Adriano Cecioni
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 6 January 1872
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D43518

Richard Edmund St Lawrence Boyle, 9th Earl of Cork and Orrery ('Statesmen, No. 104.')

by Adriano Cecioni
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 13 January 1872
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D43519

Frederic Hervey Foster Quin ('Men of the Day, No. 37.')

by Adriano Cecioni
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 20 January 1872
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James Anthony Froude ('Men of the Day, No. 38.')

by Adriano Cecioni
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 27 January 1872
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(William) Wilkie Collins ('Men of the Day, No. 39.')

by Adriano Cecioni
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 3 February 1872
NPG D43521

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Spencer Horatio Walpole ('Statesmen, No. 105.

by Adriano Cecioni
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 10 February 1872
NPG D43522

D43523

John Ruskin (Men of the Day, No. 40.')

by Adriano Cecioni
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 17 February 1872
NPG D43523

D43524

George Grenfell Glyn, 2nd Baron Wolverton ('Statesmen, No. 106.')

by Adriano Cecioni
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 24 February 1872
NPG D43524

D43525

Alexander William Kinglake ('Men of the Day, No. 41.')

by Adriano Cecioni
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 2 March 1872
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D43526

William Henry Smith, 3rd Viscount Hambleden ('Statesmen, No. 107.')

by Adriano Cecioni
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 9 March 1872
NPG D43526

D43527

Roundell Palmer, 1st Earl of Selborne ('Statesmen, No. 108.')

by Adriano Cecioni
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 16 March 1872
NPG D43527

D43528

John Francis Maguire ('Statesmen, No. 109.')

by Adriano Cecioni
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 23 March 1872
NPG D43528

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