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Edward William Wyon (1811-1885)

Artist associated with 6 portraits
Wyon studied at the Royal Academy schools from 1829, and became a celebrated sculptor, exhibiting at the Royal Academy regularly from 1831 to 1876. Among his commissions were works intended for reproduction by Wedgwood as well as numerous portrait busts.

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2681

Robert Southey

by Edward William Wyon
wax medallion, 1835
NPG 2681

2680

William Wordsworth

by Edward William Wyon
wax medallion, 1835
NPG 2680

2683

Percy Bysshe Shelley

attributed to Edward William Wyon, after Marianne Leigh Hunt
plaster cast of medallion, (1836)
NPG 2683

5163

George Parker Bidder

by Edward William Wyon
marble bust, circa 1855
NPG 5163

5079

Robert Stephenson

by Charles H. Mabey, after Edward William Wyon
marble bust, 1897 (circa 1856)
On display in Room 22 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 5079

4508

Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston

by Edward William Wyon
Wedgwood parian-ware bust, circa 1865
NPG 4508

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