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Sir Henry Havelock, Bt (1795-1857), General

Sitter associated with 6 portraits
After a lifetime of service, given the chance of displaying his military prowess by leading an army to the relief of Lucknow; although vastly outnumbered he won a succession of spectacular victories; took part in many Indian and Afghan expeditions and died shortly after the relief of Lucknow during the Indian Mutiny; a man with an austere sense of duty and deep religious convictions.

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Sir Henry Havelock, Bt

by Frederick Goodall
pencil and wash, circa 1857
NPG 4835


Sir Henry Havelock, Bt

by George Gammon Adams
plaster cast of bust, 1858
NPG 1204


The Relief of Lucknow, 1857

by Thomas Jones Barker
oil on canvas, 1859
On display in Room 21 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 5851


Sir Henry Havelock, Bt

by Charles Baugniet, printed by Lemercier, published by Ernest Gambart & Co, published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi & Co
lithograph, published 15 October 1857
NPG D35602


Sir Henry Havelock, Bt

by J. Sinclair, after W. Crabbe
mezzotint, published 1858
NPG D35603