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Sitter in 7 portraitsArtist associated with 21 portraits
Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury
by John Collieroil on canvas, 1877NPG 1728
copy by John Collieroil on canvas, 1883, based on a work of 1881On display in Room 27 at the National Portrait GalleryNPG 1024
Marian Collier (née Huxley)
by John Collieroil on canvas, 1882-1883NPG 6032
Thomas Henry Huxley
by John Collieroil on canvas, 1883On display in Room 27 at the National Portrait GalleryNPG 3168
Sir George Williams
reduced replica by John Collieroil on canvas, late 19th century, based on a work of 1887On display in Room 27 at the National Portrait GalleryNPG 2140
John Elliott Burns
by John Collieroil on canvas, 1889On display in Room 22 at the National Portrait GalleryNPG 3170
Sir Edward Augustus Inglefield
by John Collieroil on canvas, 1897NPG 2500
William Kingdon Clifford
reduced replica by John Collieroil on canvas, 1899NPG 1231
by John Collieroil on canvas, 1901NPG 1620
Sir William Huggins
replica by John Collieroil on canvas, 1905On display in Room 27 at the National Portrait GalleryNPG 1682
reduced replica by John Collieroil on canvas, 1906-1924, based on a work of 1906NPG 2037
Sir Michael Foster
by John Collieroil on canvas, 1907NPG 1869
Sir (Mary) Valentine Ignatius Chirol
by John Collieroil on canvas, 1909NPG 4271
by Henry Dixon & Son, after John Collierphotogravure, before 1946 (1897)NPG D36443
Sir George Jessel
by Richard Josey, after John Colliermezzotint, late 19th centuryNPG D13262
George Stovin Venables
by Frederick Hollyer, after John Collierphotogravure, (1879)NPG D39227
by Léopold Flameng, after John Collieretching, published 1883NPG D9709
Sir Dennis Fitzpatrick
after John Collierphotographic print, (1898)NPG D36948
John Richard Magrath
after John Collierphotogravure, published 1899NPG D11465
after John Collierphotogravure, (1905)NPG D36369
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