Later Victorian Portraits Catalogue
William Logsdail (1859-1944), Painter
Self-portraitsback to top
Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1919; coll. Logsdail family. Exh. William Logsdail, Usher G., Lincoln, 1994 (34, not ill.).
Oil on board, head-and-shoulders, profile to right, smoking pipe; Usher AG, Lincoln, UG 83/35. Exh. William Logsdail, Usher G., Lincoln, 1994 (35).
The prime late portrait for Logsdail in a public collection.
Oil on canvas, whole-length, full-face, slightly to right, at easel; coll. Logsdail family. Exh. William Logsdail, Usher G., Lincoln, 1994 (36, ill.).
By other artistsback to top
Oil on canvas by W. Logsdail, The Bank and Royal Exchange, signed lower left, head, three-quarters to left wearing a bowler hat, between Fred Villiers (full-face, top hat) and Tom Lloyd (profile, striped cap), with four members of the Waterhouse family (John William Waterhouse was Logsdail’s neighbour at Primrose Hill Studios) and Lance Calkin among the figures on the omnibus at lower right; untraced; H.Y. Duke & Son Auctioneers, Dorchester, 2 July 1998 (200, ill.). Exh. RA 1887 (723). The head of Logsdail was painted in by J.W. Waterhouse. 
Oil painting by Lance Calkin; untraced. Exh. RA 1889 (561).
Pencil drawing by (William) Walker Hodgson; see NPG 5899.
Portrait by Kay Edmunds [K. McKay Edmunds?]; untraced. Exh. RSPP 1919 (158).
Photographsback to top
Snapshots in family albums, some repr. Lincoln 1994. See Lincoln 1994, p.7 for a photograph of Logsdail in his London studio, late 1880s–90s; coll. Logsdail family.
Platinum print by Ralph Winwood Robinson, whole-length, head three-quarters to left, seated in studio, dog at right; reg. for copyright 1889 Aug. 20: National Archives (COPY 1/397/271). 
A prime photograph early in Logsdail’s career.
Photograph by unidentified photographer, head-and-shoulders to left; process block print, BM, London (ref. O’Donoghue 1908–22, vol.3 ).
1) See Lincoln 1994, p.11, and a letter from Logsdail to an unknown patron, 13 May 1917 (untraced; copy NPG AB [Logsdail]), for the collaboration with Waterhouse.
2) Logsdail was never elected RA and this image is not included in the set published by R.W. Robinson, Members and Associates of the Royal Academy of Arts, 1891.