Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896), Composer and conductor
Sitter in 5 portraits
Sir Joseph Barnby
by W. & A.H. Fry (Walter & Allen Hastings Fry)albumen cabinet card, circa 1880sNPG x138957
by W. & D. Downey, published by Cassell & Company, Ltdcarbon print, published 1893NPG Ax16157
by W. & D. Downey, copy by Elliott & Fryhalf-plate glass copy negative, 1893NPG x81875
by Herbert Rose Barraud, published by Eglington & Cocarbon print, published 1893NPG Ax27636
Sir Joseph Barnby ('Men of the Day. No. 601.')
by Sir Leslie Wardchromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 1 November 1894NPG D44723
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