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Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat

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Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat, after William Hogarth, (1746) - NPG 216 - © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat

after William Hogarth
oil on canvas, (1746)
25 3/4 in. x 16 1/4 in. (654 mm x 413 mm)
Purchased, 1866
Primary Collection
NPG 216

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  • William Hogarth (1697-1764), Painter and engraver. Artist associated with 126 portraits, Sitter associated with 19 portraits.

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This crudely painted copy after Hogarth shows the Jacobite, Lord Lovat, in about his 80th year, shortly before his beheading for high treason in 1747. It presumably derives from Hogarth's etching of Lord Lovat, published in 1746 since, like the etching, it shows the buttons on the wrong side and the gesture as left-handed. More detailed information on this portrait is available in a National Portrait Gallery collection catalogue, John Kerslake's Early Georgian Portraits (1977, out of print).

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  • NPG D13960: Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat (based on same portrait)
  • NPG D1347: Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat (based on same portrait)
  • NPG D5111: Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat (based on same portrait)
  • NPG D5647: Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat (based on same portrait)

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