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John Keats

(1795-1821), Poet

Sitter in 15 portraits
Artist associated with 2 portraits
The poet Keats developed his natural gifts for language and imagery and, in a tragically short career, became a mature and reflective poet. One of the second generation of Romantic poets, he is best known for the series of great odes that includes To a Nightingale (1819). He died of tuberculosis in Rome in 1821.

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Benjamin Robert Haydon; John Keats, by John Keats, and  Benjamin Robert Haydon - NPG 3250

Benjamin Robert Haydon; John Keats

by John Keats, and Benjamin Robert Haydon
pen and ink, 1816
NPG 3250

John Keats, by Benjamin Robert Haydon - NPG 3251

John Keats

by Benjamin Robert Haydon
pen and ink, 1816
NPG 3251

John Keats, by Benjamin Robert Haydon - NPG 686

John Keats

by Benjamin Robert Haydon
plaster cast of life-mask, 1816
NPG 686

John Keats, by Elkington & Co, after  Benjamin Robert Haydon - NPG 686b

John Keats

by Elkington & Co, after Benjamin Robert Haydon
electrotype of life-mask, 1884 (1816)
On display at Dove Cottage & Wordsworth Museum, Grasmere
NPG 686b

John Keats, by T. Sampson, after  Benjamin Robert Haydon - NPG 686a

John Keats

by T. Sampson, after Benjamin Robert Haydon
oil on canvas, 1828 (1816)
NPG 686a

John Keats, by Joseph Severn - NPG 1605

John Keats

by Joseph Severn
oil on ivory, 1819
On display in Room 18 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1605

John Keats, by Charles Armitage Brown - NPG 1963

John Keats

by Charles Armitage Brown
pencil, 1819
NPG 1963

John Keats, by Joseph Severn - NPG 58

John Keats

by Joseph Severn
oil on canvas, 1821-1823
On display in Room 18 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 58

John Keats, by William Hilton, after  Joseph Severn - NPG 194

John Keats

by William Hilton, after Joseph Severn
oil on canvas, (circa 1822)
On display at Keats House, London
NPG 194

Benjamin Robert Haydon; John Keats, by Arthur Dawson, after  John Keats, after  Benjamin Robert Haydon - NPG D36763

Benjamin Robert Haydon; John Keats

by Arthur Dawson, after John Keats, after Benjamin Robert Haydon
photograph, before 1934 (1816)
NPG D36763

John Keats, by Arthur Dawson, after  Benjamin Robert Haydon - NPG D36764

John Keats

by Arthur Dawson, after Benjamin Robert Haydon
photograph, before 1934 (1816)
NPG D36764

John Keats, by Henry Meyer, published by  Henry Colburn, after  Joseph Severn - NPG D20019

John Keats

by Henry Meyer, published by Henry Colburn, after Joseph Severn
stipple engraving, 1828
NPG D20019

John Keats, by Charles Wentworth Wass, after  William Hilton - NPG D5220

John Keats

by Charles Wentworth Wass, after William Hilton
stipple engraving, published 1841
NPG D5220

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John Keats

by Charles Wentworth Wass, after William Hilton
stipple engraving, published 1841
NPG D13956

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John Keats

by John Henry Robinson, after Joseph Severn
stipple engraving, published 1848
NPG D9359

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