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Louis François Roubiliac (1702-1762), Sculptor

Sitter in 4 portraits
Artist associated with 13 portraits
The French sculptor Roubiliac settled in England in 1730. He achieved fame with a full-length statue of Handel erected at Vauxhall Gardens in 1737. He was a prolific sculptor and his busts and monuments were celebrated for their energy, modelling and likeness.

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Louis François Roubiliac

attributed to Joseph Wilton
marble bust, circa 1761
On display in Room 10 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 2145


Louis François Roubiliac

by Adrien Carpentiers (Carpentière, Charpentière)
oil on canvas, 1762
On display on Floor 2: Turning Heads at Beningbrough Hall
NPG 303


Louis François Roubiliac

by Thomas Chambers (Chambars), after Adrien Carpentiers (Carpentière, Charpentière)
line engraving, published 1762 (1762)
NPG D34287


Louis François Roubiliac

by David Martin, after Adrien Carpentiers (Carpentière, Charpentière)
mezzotint, published 1765 (1762)
NPG D19201