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Henry Howard

(1769-1847), Painter

Sitter in 3 portraits
Artist associated with 28 portraits
Henry Howard was a portrait and history painter. He started studying with the painter Philip Reinagle in 1786. In 1788 he began attending the Royal Academy Schools and was awarded a silver medal for drawing from life and a gold medal for historical painting. Howard was elected an associate member of the Royal Academy and exhibited there until his death. He was elected a full member in 1808. In 1811 he became secretary of the Academy and in 1833 he was appointed professor of painting at the schools.

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James Watt, by Henry Howard - NPG 663

James Watt

by Henry Howard
oil on bevelled mahogany panel, circa 1797
NPG 663

Sarah Trimmer, by Henry Howard - NPG 796

Sarah Trimmer

by Henry Howard
oil on canvas, exhibited 1798
NPG 796

William Hayley, by Henry Howard - NPG 662

William Hayley

by Henry Howard
oil on panel, circa 1800
NPG 662

Sir Humphry Davy, Bt, by Henry Howard - NPG 4591

Sir Humphry Davy, Bt

by Henry Howard
oil on canvas, 1803
On display in Room 18 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 4591

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood, by Henry Howard, after a painting by  Giuseppe Politi - NPG 1496

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood

by Henry Howard, after a painting by Giuseppe Politi
oil on canvas, 1828 (1807)
NPG 1496

Thomas Astle, by William Skelton, after  Henry Howard - NPG D8643

Thomas Astle

by William Skelton, after Henry Howard
line engraving, published 1803
NPG D8643

William Vincent, by Charles Turner, after  Henry Howard - NPG D13813

William Vincent

by Charles Turner, after Henry Howard
stipple engraving, published 1806
NPG D13813

Thomas Belsham, by Luigi Schiavonetti, after  Henry Howard - NPG D31662

Thomas Belsham

by Luigi Schiavonetti, after Henry Howard
stipple engraving, (1809)
NPG D31662

Thomas Belsham, by Luigi Schiavonetti, after  Henry Howard - NPG D31663

Thomas Belsham

by Luigi Schiavonetti, after Henry Howard
stipple engraving, (1809)
NPG D31663

Richard Fitzwilliam, 7th Viscount Fitzwilliam, by Charles Turner, after  Henry Howard - NPG D36962

Richard Fitzwilliam, 7th Viscount Fitzwilliam

by Charles Turner, after Henry Howard
mezzotint, 1809
NPG D36962

Richard Fitzwilliam, 7th Viscount Fitzwilliam, by Richard Earlom, after  Henry Howard - NPG D19418

Richard Fitzwilliam, 7th Viscount Fitzwilliam

by Richard Earlom, after Henry Howard
mezzotint, 1810
NPG D19418

Brownlow North, by William Bond, after  Henry Howard - NPG D14474

Brownlow North

by William Bond, after Henry Howard
stipple engraving, (circa 1818)
NPG D14474

Brownlow North, by and published by Samuel William Reynolds, after  Henry Howard - NPG D38768

Brownlow North

by and published by Samuel William Reynolds, after Henry Howard
mezzotint, published February 1819
NPG D38768

James Scott, by Charles Turner, after  Henry Howard - NPG D4181

James Scott

by Charles Turner, after Henry Howard
mezzotint, published 1825
NPG D4181

William Kirby, by and published by Thomas Goff Lupton, after  Henry Howard - NPG D36890

William Kirby

by and published by Thomas Goff Lupton, after Henry Howard
mezzotint, published 1 August 1828
NPG D36890

Davies Gilbert, by Samuel Cousins, after  Henry Howard - NPG D2766

Davies Gilbert

by Samuel Cousins, after Henry Howard
mezzotint, 1828
NPG D2766

Davies Gilbert, by Samuel Cousins, after  Henry Howard - NPG D2767

Davies Gilbert

by Samuel Cousins, after Henry Howard
mezzotint, 1828
NPG D2767

Miss Trimmer, by Richard James Lane, printed by  Charles Joseph Hullmandel, after  Henry Howard - NPG D21830

Miss Trimmer

by Richard James Lane, printed by Charles Joseph Hullmandel, after Henry Howard
lithograph, published September 1830
NPG D21830

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