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Charles Samuel Keene

(1823-1891), Illustrator and etcher

Later Victorian Portraits Catalogue

Sitter in 11 portraits
Artist of 3 portraits
Charles Keene began his career as an apprentice with an architect and with Whympers, the wood-engravers, pursuing his studies at the Clipstone Street Art society. He worked for the Illustrated London News and subsequently for Punch. Keene's illustrations for Punch introduced, wherever possible, the social side of the magazine's political concerns.

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Charles Samuel Keene, by Walton Corbould - NPG 1337

Charles Samuel Keene

by Walton Corbould
watercolour and bodycolour, circa 1880s (posthumous?)
NPG 1337

Charles Samuel Keene, by Horace Harral - NPG x18978

Charles Samuel Keene

by Horace Harral
platinum print, 1860s
NPG x18978

Charles Samuel Keene, by Elliott & Fry - NPG x18976

Charles Samuel Keene

by Elliott & Fry
vintage print on card mount, circa 1873?
NPG x18976

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Charles Samuel Keene

by Horace Harral
platinum print, 1860s
NPG x18977


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