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Edwin Landseer (1802-1873), Painter

Sir Edwin Henry Landseer

Sitter in 21 portraits
Artist associated with 54 portraits
Animal painter; a child prodigy, first exhibiting at the Royal Academy in 1816; established his reputation with a series of animal subjects, often parodying human behaviour; also painted hunting scenes, especially of deer, historical works and portraits; Queen Victoria's favourite painter; earned vast sums from the sale of prints; probably the most popular painter of his age.

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Edwin Landseer

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
pencil, 1818
NPG 4267

2895

Lady Scott

attributed to Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
pencil
NPG 2895

1650

Unknown man, formerly known as Sir Walter Scott, 1st Bt

attributed to Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
ink and wash, 1821
NPG 1650

2811

Sir Walter Scott, 1st Bt

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
pen and ink, 1824?
NPG 2811

391

Sir Walter Scott, 1st Bt

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
oil on panel, circa 1824
On display in Room 18 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 391

3097(10)

Nanini

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
pen and ink, circa 1825-1835
NPG 3097(10)

3097(1)

Henry William Pickersgill

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
pen and ink, circa 1825-1835
NPG 3097(1)

3097(9)

Harriet Waylett

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
pen and ink, circa 1825-1835
NPG 3097(9)

3097(8)

Joseph Boruwlaski

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
pen and ink and wash, 1830-1835
NPG 3097(8)

3097(5)

Duchess of Cannizzaro

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
ink and wash, circa 1830
NPG 3097(5)

3097(6)

George Capell-Coningsby, 5th Earl of Essex

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
ink and wash, circa 1830-1835
NPG 3097(6)

3097(2)

Charles Mathews

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
pen and ink, circa 1830
NPG 3097(2)

3097(3)

Charles Mathews

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
pencil, circa 1830
NPG 3097(3)

3097(4)

Charles Mathews

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
sepia wash and red chalk, circa 1830
NPG 3097(4)

3097(7)

John Nash

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
pen and ink, circa 1830
NPG 3097(7)

2886

Edward John Trelawny

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
pencil
NPG 2886

5512

John Russell, 6th Duke of Bedford

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
pen and ink, 1831
NPG 5512

4916

William Cavendish, 6th Duke of Devonshire

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
pen and wash, circa 1832
NPG 4916

3336

Sir Augustus Wall Callcott

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
oil on millboard, 1833
On display in Room 24 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 3336

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