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Heinrich von Angeli (1840-1925)

Artist associated with 7 portraits
Heinrich von Angeli was an Austrian painter, best known for his portraits. After studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, he spent the years 1856-62 studying, teaching and painting in Germany. On his return to Vienna he became a favoured portrait painter of the aristocracy and at European courts.

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Queen Victoria

by Lady Julia Abercromby, after Heinrich von Angeli
watercolour, 1883 (1875)
NPG 708

1252

Queen Victoria

by Bertha Müller, after Heinrich von Angeli
oil on canvas, 1900 (1899)
On display in the Front Entrance Hall at Bodelwyddan Castle
NPG 1252

D37045

Thomas Grosvenor Egerton, 2nd Earl of Wilton

by George Zobel, after Heinrich von Angeli
mezzotint, after 1845
NPG D37045

D33651

Queen Victoria

possibly after Heinrich von Angeli
etching, (circa 1899)
NPG D33651

D36895

Horatio Herbert Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener of Khartoum

by Grove & Son, after Heinrich von Angeli
photograph, before 1936 (1899)
NPG D36895

D33845

King Edward VII

by George Zobel, published by Henry Graves & Co, after Heinrich von Angeli
mezzotint, published 6 March 1879
NPG D33845

D40877

John Robert Townshend, 1st Earl Sydney

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi & Co, after Heinrich von Angeli
mezzotint, published 1 February 1881
NPG D40877

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