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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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2483

Alexander Pope

after Louis François Roubiliac
terracotta bust, (circa 1738)
On display on Floor 2: Turning Heads at Beningbrough Hall
NPG 2483

121

William Hogarth

by Louis François Roubiliac
terracotta bust, circa 1741
On display in Room 10 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 121

4982

Isaac Ware

after Louis François Roubiliac
marble bust, (circa 1741)
On display in Room 12 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 4982

5829

Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield

by Louis François Roubiliac
marble bust, 1745
On display in Room 10 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 5829

995

Sir Isaac Newton

by Edward Hodges Baily, after Louis François Roubiliac
marble bust, 1828 (1751)
On display at Beningbrough Hall
NPG 995

707a

David Garrick

after Louis François Roubiliac
plaster painted terracotta, circa 1758
NPG 707a

2013

John Ligonier, 1st Earl Ligonier

by Louis François Roubiliac
terracotta bust, circa 1761
On display on Floor 2: Turning Heads at Beningbrough Hall
NPG 2013

D4631

Edmund Thomas Warren

by John Jones, after Louis François Roubiliac
mezzotint, published 1778
NPG D4631

D9488

Edward Capell

by Francesco Bartolozzi, after Louis François Roubiliac
line engraving, published 1779 (1759)
NPG D9488

D3212

George Frideric Handel

by Jean Marie Delattre, after Louis François Roubiliac
line engraving, published 14 January 1785
NPG D3212

D2919

William Hogarth

by Leonard Charles Wyon, after Louis François Roubiliac
bronze medal, 1848
NPG D2919

D21388

Isaac Ware

cast by J.P. Langhorn, after Unknown artist, after Louis François Roubiliac
plaster, 1975 (circa 1741)
On display on Floor 2: Turning Heads at Beningbrough Hall
NPG D21388

D38746

Sir Isaac Newton

by George E. Madeley, after Joshua (or John) Kirby Baldrey, after Louis François Roubiliac
lithograph, 1837 (1751-1755)
NPG D38746

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