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Sir Philip Burne-Jones, 2nd Bt

(1861-1926), Painter

Sitter in 16 portraits
Artist of 3 portraits
Philip Burne-Jones was the eldest child of the Pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones. He focused seriously on painting as a career and had his debut exhibition in 1886 at the Grosvenor Gallery, London. He also participated in shows at the Dowdeswell Galleries, the Goupil, and the New Gallery. He exhibited at the Royal Academy 11 times between 1898 and 1918, and at the Paris Salon of 1900, where he exhibited his portrait of his father now in the National Portrait Gallery.

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Sir Philip Burne-Jones, 2nd Bt, by Henry Herschel Hay Cameron (later The Cameron Studio) - NPG x4908

Sir Philip Burne-Jones, 2nd Bt

by Henry Herschel Hay Cameron (later The Cameron Studio)
platinotype cabinet card, circa 1870
NPG x4908

The Burne-Jones and Morris families, by Frederick Hollyer - NPG x11881

The Burne-Jones and Morris families

by Frederick Hollyer
sepia-toned platinotype print, 1874
On display in Room 13 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG x11881

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Sir Philip Burne-Jones, 2nd Bt

by Unknown photographer
photogravure, circa 1900
NPG x4909

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Key to Private View of the Old Masters Exhibition, Royal Academy, 1888

after Henry Jamyn Brooks
photograph, 1919 or after
NPG D42236


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