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Queen Victoria (1819-1901), Reigned 1837-1901

Sitter associated with 505 portraits
Artist associated with 5 portraits
Queen Victoria succeeded to the throne shortly after her eighteenth birthday in July 1837. She was daughter of the Duke of Kent, who was the fourth son of George III. Her reign was the longest in British history, celebrating her Golden Jubilee in 1887 and Diamond Jubilee in 1897. She held great influence over the foreign and domestic policies of the governments she oversaw.

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D22027

Unknown child

by Richard James Lane, after Queen Victoria
lithograph, circa 1825-1850
NPG D22027

D22026

Unknown woman

by Richard James Lane, after Queen Victoria
lithograph, (24 May 1831)
NPG D22026

D22114

Victoria, Empress of Germany and Queen of Prussia

by Richard James Lane, printed by M & N Hanhart, after Sir William Charles Ross, after Queen Victoria
lithograph, (October 1841)
NPG D22114

D22298

Victoria, Empress of Germany and Queen of Prussia

by Richard James Lane, printed by M & N Hanhart, after Sir William Charles Ross, after Queen Victoria
lithograph, (October 1841)
NPG D22298

D34182

Reproduction of letter from Queen Victoria

published by Raphael Tuck & Sons, after Queen Victoria
halftone, 1892
NPG D34182

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