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Joe Chamberlain

(1836-1914), Industrialist and politician; MP for Birmingham

Joseph ('Joe') Chamberlain

Sitter in 105 portraits
Statesman; social reformer; mayor of Birmingham 1873-5; president of the Board of Trade in Gladstone's second cabinet, 1880-5; resigned from cabinet in 1886 over Home Rule; secretary of state for colonies under Lord Salisbury and A.J. Balfour, 1895-1903, notably during Boer War; resigned and campaigned for tariff reform, 1903-6.

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The Lobby of the House of Commons, 1886, by Liborio Prosperi ('Lib') - NPG 5256

The Lobby of the House of Commons, 1886

by Liborio Prosperi ('Lib')
oil on canvas, published in Vanity Fair Christmas Supplement 1886
NPG 5256

Joe Chamberlain, by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould ('F.C.G.') - NPG 2829

Joe Chamberlain

by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould ('F.C.G.')
pen and ink, 1890s or 1900s?
NPG 2829

Joe Chamberlain, by Eveleen Myers (née Tennant) - NPG P142

Joe Chamberlain

by Eveleen Myers (née Tennant)
platinum print, early 1890s
NPG P142

Debate on the Indian Council Cotton Duties, by Sydney Prior Hall - NPG 2307

Debate on the Indian Council Cotton Duties

by Sydney Prior Hall
pencil, published in The Graphic 2 March 1895
NPG 2307

Joe Chamberlain, by Unknown photographer - NPG P1700(69b)

Joe Chamberlain

by Unknown photographer
albumen print, 1903 or before
NPG P1700(69b)

Joe Chamberlain, by Courtenay Pollock - NPG 3096

Joe Chamberlain

by Courtenay Pollock
plaster cast of bust, circa 1912
NPG 3096

Joe Chamberlain, by Henry Joseph Whitlock - NPG Ax18358

Joe Chamberlain

by Henry Joseph Whitlock
albumen carte-de-visite, 1870s
NPG Ax18358

Joe Chamberlain, by Henry Joseph Whitlock - NPG Ax8549

Joe Chamberlain

by Henry Joseph Whitlock
albumen carte-de-visite, 1870s
NPG Ax8549

Joe Chamberlain, by Raphael Tuck & Sons, after  Unknown photographer - NPG x135100

Joe Chamberlain

by Raphael Tuck & Sons, after Unknown photographer
chromolithograph, mid-late 1880s (1870s)
NPG x135100

Joe Chamberlain, by Elliott & Fry - NPG x127419

Joe Chamberlain

by Elliott & Fry
chlorobromide print on cream card mount, 1880
NPG x127419

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