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Philip Wilson Steer (1860-1942), Painter

Sitter in 14 portraits
Artist of 3 portraits
Painter; trained in Paris; a founder-member of the New English Art Club, 1886, and a leading exponent of Impressionist landscape and figure painting in England; taught at the Slade, 1893-1930, his later work exploring the landscape tradition of Turner and Constable.

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3116

Philip Wilson Steer

by Walter Richard Sickert
oil on canvas, circa 1890
On display in Room 29 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 3116

3072(3a)

Philip Wilson Steer

by Henry Tonks
pencil, circa 1900-1932
NPG 3072(3a)

3072(1)

Philip Wilson Steer

by Henry Tonks
pen and ink, 1900-1925
NPG 3072(1)

3072(6)

Philip Wilson Steer

by Henry Tonks
pen and ink, 1900-1925
NPG 3072(6)

P1830

Augustus John, Ambrose McEvoy and Philip Wilson Steer

by Frederick Cole
albumen cabinet card, circa 1900
NPG P1830

6345

Group associated with the New English Art Club

by Sir William Newenham Montague Orpen
pencil, black chalk (or charcoal), pen, ink and watercolour, circa 1904
NPG 6345

2556

The Selecting Jury of the New English Art Club, 1909

by Sir William Newenham Montague Orpen
oil on canvas, 1909
On display in Room 29 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 2556

5088

Philip Wilson Steer

by Henry Tonks
pencil, after 1920
NPG 5088

4643

Philip Wilson Steer

by Sir William Rothenstein
chalk, 1928
NPG 4643

x6594

Philip Wilson Steer

by George Charles Beresford
half-plate glass negative, June 1922
NPG x6594

x27332

Philip Wilson Steer

by George Charles Beresford
bromide print, June 1922
NPG x27332

x20768

Philip Wilson Steer

by Walter Stoneman
bromide print in window mount, December 1934
NPG x20768