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Walker & Boutall



Artist associated with 321 portraits
The firm of Walter & Boutall was a partnership between Sir Emery Walker & Walter Boutall. The company had a studio on Fleet Street in the City of London from 1887 until 1900. The partnership was dissolved in 1900 and was succeeded by Walter & Cockerell.

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Charles Darwin, by Walker & Boutall, after  Maull & Fox - NPG x5930

Charles Darwin

by Walker & Boutall, after Maull & Fox
photogravure, (circa 1854)
NPG x5930

William Morris, by Walker & Boutall, after  Unknown photographer, published by  Longmans, Green & Co - NPG x3757

William Morris

by Walker & Boutall, after Unknown photographer, published by Longmans, Green & Co
photogravure, published 1899 (circa 1855-1857)
NPG x3757

Thomas Henry Huxley, by Maull & Polyblank, photogravure by  Walker & Boutall - NPG x20496

Thomas Henry Huxley

by Maull & Polyblank, photogravure by Walker & Boutall
photogravure, 1857
NPG x20496

Edward White Benson, by Walker & Boutall, after  John Jabez Edwin Mayall - NPG x134607

Edward White Benson

by Walker & Boutall, after John Jabez Edwin Mayall
photogravure, (1867)
NPG x134607

James Fraser, by Hills & Saunders, printed by  Walker & Boutall - NPG x36108

James Fraser

by Hills & Saunders, printed by Walker & Boutall
photogravure, 1870s
NPG x36108

William Morris, by Walker & Boutall, after  Frederick Hollyer, published by  Longmans, Green & Co - NPG x3758

William Morris

by Walker & Boutall, after Frederick Hollyer, published by Longmans, Green & Co
photogravure, published 1899 (1874)
NPG x3758

William Morris, by Walker & Boutall, after  Abel Lewis - NPG x3756

William Morris

by Walker & Boutall, after Abel Lewis
photogravure, circa 1896 (April 1880)
NPG x3756

Roundell Palmer, 1st Earl of Selborne, by Walker & Boutall, after  Elliott & Fry - NPG x12652

Roundell Palmer, 1st Earl of Selborne

by Walker & Boutall, after Elliott & Fry
photogravure, 1880s
NPG x12652

Laura (née Waldegrave), Countess of Selborne, by Walker & Boutall, after  Hayman Seleg Mendelssohn - NPG x22496

Laura (née Waldegrave), Countess of Selborne

by Walker & Boutall, after Hayman Seleg Mendelssohn
photogravure, (1880-1885)
NPG x22496

Thomas Valpy French, by Walker & Boutall, after  Elliott & Fry - NPG x134526

Thomas Valpy French

by Walker & Boutall, after Elliott & Fry
photogravure, circa 1880s
NPG x134526

Alfred, Lord Tennyson, by Walker & Boutall, after  Herbert Rose Barraud - NPG x26787

Alfred, Lord Tennyson

by Walker & Boutall, after Herbert Rose Barraud
photogravure, (1882)
NPG x26787

William Morris, by Frederick Hollyer, printed and published by  Walker & Boutall - NPG x3759

William Morris

by Frederick Hollyer, printed and published by Walker & Boutall
photogravure, 1884
NPG x3759

Sir John Hare, by Walker & Boutall - NPG x17370

Sir John Hare

by Walker & Boutall
photogravure
NPG x17370

Charles Edward Ryan, by Walker & Boutall, after  James Robinson & Sons - NPG x22313

Charles Edward Ryan

by Walker & Boutall, after James Robinson & Sons
photogravure
NPG x22313

Emma Parker, by Walker & Boutall, after  Elliott & Fry - NPG x12653

Emma Parker

by Walker & Boutall, after Elliott & Fry
photogravure, 1890s
NPG x12653

Edward Harold Browne, by Walker & Boutall, after  Elliott & Fry - NPG x4736

Edward Harold Browne

by Walker & Boutall, after Elliott & Fry
photogravure, (1890)
NPG x4736

Sir Squire Bancroft Bancroft (né Butterfield), by Walker & Boutall, after  Emery Walker Ltd - NPG x6404

Sir Squire Bancroft Bancroft (né Butterfield)

by Walker & Boutall, after Emery Walker Ltd
photogravure, 1890s
NPG x6404

Sir Henry Irving, by Walker & Boutall, possibly after  Sir Emery Walker - NPG x17931

Sir Henry Irving

by Walker & Boutall, possibly after Sir Emery Walker
photogravure, 1890s
NPG x17931

Joseph Lister, Baron Lister, by Barrauds Ltd, printed by  Walker & Boutall - NPG x20057

Joseph Lister, Baron Lister

by Barrauds Ltd, printed by Walker & Boutall
photogravure, (1895)
NPG x20057

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