Walker & Cockerell
Artist associated with 12 portraits
William Ewart Gladstone
by L.V. Harcourt, printed by Walker & Cockerellplatinum print, 3 November 1883 or 21 September 1888NPG x5970
by Sir Emery Walker, printed by Walker & Cockerellgreen-toned photogravure, published 1909 (19 January 1889)NPG Ax19697
Sir Pratab Singh, Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir
by Walker & Cockerell, after G. Craddock & Cophotogravure, 1890sNPG x134433
Lord Ronald Charles Sutherland-Leveson-Gower
by Walker & Cockerell, after Henry Walter ('H. Walter') Barnettphotogravure, circa 1897-1899, published 1903NPG x26585
Charlotte Mary Yonge
by Walker & Cockerell, after Miss Anna Bramstonphotogravure, 1898NPG x13299
Frederick James Furnivall
by Elliott & Fry, printed and published by Walker & Cockerellphotogravure, circa 1900NPG x3692
by Walker & Cockerellaquatint photogravure, late 19th centuryNPG D31909
Lady Sarah Napier (née Lennox, formerly Bunbury)
by Walker & Cockerellaquatint photogravure, late 19th centuryNPG D31910
Sir Austen Henry Layard
by Walker & Cockerell, after Fradelle & Youngphotogravure, circa 1880NPG x19901
by Elliott & Fry, printed and published by Walker & Cockerellphotogravure, circa 1901NPG x38899
Robert Lowe, 1st Viscount Sherbrooke
by Walker & CockerellphotogravureNPG x22564
Lady Anne Barnard (née Lindsay)
by Walker & Cockerell, published by Smith, Rider and Co, after Richard Coswayphotogravure, (circa 1775-1800)NPG D14275
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