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(Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys (1829-1904), Painter and illustrator

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 13 portraits
Frederick Augustus Sandys was the son of Anthony Sands, a minor local artist. He began his artistic education with his father and attended the Norwich School of Design from 1846. His precocious talent was recognised by the award of silver medals by the Society of Arts in 1846 and 1847. He moved to London in 1851, when he first exhibited at the Royal Academy. In 1857 Sandys he met Dante Gabriel Rossetti and became a member of his circle. Sandys was an intimate friend of Rossetti from 1861 until 1869, when the latter accused him of plagiarism.

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2083a

John Green Crosse

by (Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys
chalk and pencil, circa 1850
NPG 2083a

1774b

Henry Graves

by (Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys
chalk, 1875-1900
NPG 1774b

5391

Margaret Oliphant Wilson Oliphant

by (Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys
chalk, 1881
NPG 5391

D38278

John Marsham

by (Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys, or by William Camden Edwards
etching, circa 1849-1850
NPG D38278

D21717

Sir Edward Hardinge John Stracey, 2nd Bt

by Richard James Lane, after (Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys
lithograph, 1849
NPG D21717

D22282

Sir Edward Hardinge John Stracey, 2nd Bt

by Richard James Lane, after (Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys
lithograph, 1849
NPG D22282

D34405

John Green Cross

printed by M & N Hanhart, published by Priest & Green, and published by David Bogue, after (Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys
lithograph, circa 1850
NPG D34405

D22470

Dom Gregory Rossi

by Richard James Lane, printed by M & N Hanhart, after (Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys
lithograph, after 1853
NPG D22470

D40664

Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury

by W. Joseph Edwards, published by Henry Graves & Co, after (Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys
stipple engraving, published 1 June 1855
NPG D40664

D33250

Richard William Church

after (Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys
collotype, (1884)
NPG D33250

D21207

James Anderson Rose

by Charles William Sherborn, after (Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys
etching, 1890 (1861)
NPG D21207

D42063

Sir Edward Hardinge John Stracey, 2nd Bt

after (Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys
lithograph, (September 1848)
NPG D42063

D42062

Sir Edward Hardinge John Stracey, 2nd Bt

by Richard James Lane, after (Anthony) Frederick Augustus Sandys
lithograph, 1849
NPG D42062

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