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Frederick John Jenkins (1872-1929), Heliographer

Artist associated with 36 portraits

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x7343

Richard Doddridge Blackmore

by Frederick John Jenkins, published by Sampson Low, Marston & Co Ltd
heliogravure, after 1885
NPG x7343

x3752

William Morris

by Frederick John Jenkins, after Elliott & Fry
heliogravure, published 1895 (1888)
NPG x3752

x6401

Frederic Leighton, Baron Leighton

by Frederick John Jenkins, after W. & D. Downey
heliogravure, circa 1890
NPG x6401

x26561

Sir Henry Morton Stanley

by Frederick John Jenkins, after Walery
heliogravure, 1890
NPG x26561

x26540

Charles Haddon Spurgeon

photogravure by Frederick John Jenkins, after Elliott & Fry, published by Sampson Low, Marston & Co Ltd
heliogravure, 1890
NPG x26540

D35572

Elizabeth Evelyn Hastings (née Harbord), Lady Hastings

by Frederick John Jenkins, after Archibald John Stuart Wortley
heliogravure, late 19th-early 20th century
NPG D35572

D38189

Consuelo Montagu (née Yznaga), Duchess of Manchester

by Frederick John Jenkins
heliogravure, late 19th century
On display in Room 23 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG D38189

D2213

Mary ('Patsy') Cornwallis-West (née Fitzpatrick)

by Frederick John Jenkins, after Harper Pennington
photogravure, late 19th century
NPG D2213

D34864

Sophie Ilarinovna, Princess Demidoff

by Frederick John Jenkins, after Jean Joseph Benjamin-Constant
photogravure, 1890s
NPG D34864

D38371

Cecilia Clementina Menzies (née Wombwell)

by Frederick John Jenkins, after Ellis William Roberts
heliogravure, 1890 or after
NPG D38371

D33981

Princess Victoria of Wales

by Frederick John Jenkins, after Edward Hughes
heliogravure, (1896)
NPG D33981

D35286

Jean Miller (née Muir), Lady Hamilton

by Frederick John Jenkins, after John Singer Sargent
heliogravure, (1896)
NPG D35286

D33982

Princess Maud

by Frederick John Jenkins, after Edward Hughes
heliogravure, (1897)
NPG D33982

D40933

Millicent Fanny Sutherland-Leveson-Gower (née St Clair-Erskine), Duchess of Sutherland

by Frederick John Jenkins, after Ellis William Roberts
heliogravure, (1898)
NPG D40933

D35599

Rachel (née Gurney), Countess of Dudley

by Frederick John Jenkins, after (Marion Margaret) Violet Manners (née Lindsay), Duchess of Rutland
heliogravure, (1899)
NPG D35599

D33072

Enid Edith Scudamore-Stanhope (née Wilson), Countess of Chesterfield

by Frederick John Jenkins, after Ellis William Roberts
heliogravure, circa 1900
NPG D33072

D34023

Alexandra Harriet (née Paget), Lady Colebrooke

by Frederick John Jenkins, after Jean Joseph Benjamin-Constant
photogravure, (1900)
NPG D34023

D34311

Sibel Lilian Mackenzie, Countess of Cromartie

by Frederick John Jenkins, after Maud Coleridge
photogravure, circa 1900
NPG D34311

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