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Sir John Conroy, 1st Bt

(1786-1854), Man of fashion

Early Victorian Portraits Catalogue Entry

Sitter in 5 portraits
Conroy was an Irish soldier who served as Comptroller of the Household of Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, the Duchess of Kent, the mother of the future Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and widow of Prince Edward Augustus, Duke of Kent.

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Sir John Conroy, 1st Bt, by Henry William Pickersgill - NPG 5315

Sir John Conroy, 1st Bt

by Henry William Pickersgill
oil on canvas, 1837
NPG 5315

Sir John Conroy, 1st Bt, by William James Ward, after  William Fowler - NPG D1518

Sir John Conroy, 1st Bt

by William James Ward, after William Fowler
mezzotint, published 1828
NPG D1518

Sir John Conroy, 1st Bt, by William James Ward, published by and after  William Fowler - NPG D1704

Sir John Conroy, 1st Bt

by William James Ward, published by and after William Fowler
mezzotint, published August 1828
NPG D1704

Sir John Conroy, by Henry Thomas Ryall, after  Henry William Pickersgill - NPG D34078

Sir John Conroy

by Henry Thomas Ryall, after Henry William Pickersgill
mezzotint, published 1840
NPG D34078

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