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Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911), Botanist

Sitter associated with 14 portraits
Botanist; with Lyell persuaded Darwin to publish his Origin of Species and a forceful proponent of evolutionary theory in later controversies; published extensively on botany and succeeded his father Sir William Jackson Hooker, as director of Kew Gardens, 1865.

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P1027

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker

by William Edward Kilburn
daguerreotype, arched top, circa 1852
NPG P1027

P106(12)

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker

by Maull & Polyblank
albumen print, arched top, circa 1855
NPG P106(12)

2276

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker

by Frank Bowcher
silvered copper medal, 1897
NPG 2276

2033

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker

by Frank Bowcher
Wedgwood medallion, 1897
NPG 2033

4199

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker

by Sir William Rothenstein
pencil, 1903
NPG 4199

Ax18346

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker

by Henry Joseph Whitlock
albumen carte-de-visite, 1860s
NPG Ax18346

x138802

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker; Thomas Henry Huxley

by Henry Joseph Whitlock
albumen carte-de-visite, 1860s
NPG x138802

x13934

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker

by Ernest Edwards, published by Lovell Reeve & Co
albumen print, published 1864
NPG x13934

Ax14784

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker

by George Charles Wallich, published by John Van Voorst
albumen print on card mount, published 1870
NPG Ax14784

x133379

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker

by Lock & Whitfield
woodburytype, 1881 or before
NPG x133379

D35962

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker

by Thomas Herbert Maguire, printed by M & N Hanhart
lithograph, 1851
NPG D35962

D20881

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker

by Sir William Rothenstein
lithograph, 1903
NPG D20881

Ax13915

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker

by Ernest Edwards, published by Lovell Reeve & Co
albumen print, published 1864
NPG Ax13915

Ax17635

Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker

by Lock & Whitfield, published by Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington
woodburytype, published 1881
NPG Ax17635