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Henry Stacy Marks

(1829-1898), Painter

Later Victorian Portraits Catalogue Entry

Sitter in 10 portraits
One of the founders of the St John's Wood Clique, Marks had a reputation for his high spirits and conviviality. He enjoyed success as a painter of Shakespearean and historical subjects and, later, ornithological pictures. He also turned his talents to everything ranging from decorative designs for interiors and ceramics to magazine illustrations and advertising posters.

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Henry Stacy Marks, by Elliott & Fry - NPG x196981

Henry Stacy Marks

by Elliott & Fry
albumen carte-de-visite, circa 1871
NPG x196981

Henry Stacy Marks, by Ralph Winwood Robinson, published by  C. Whittingham & Co - NPG x7377

Henry Stacy Marks

by Ralph Winwood Robinson, published by C. Whittingham & Co
platinum print, circa 1889, published 1892
NPG x7377

Henry Stacy Marks, after Elliott & Fry - NPG D23461

Henry Stacy Marks

after Elliott & Fry
wood engraving, published 1871
NPG D23461

Frederick Walker; Henry Stacy Marks, published by Illustrated London News, after  C.A. Duval & Co (Charles Allen Du Val), and after  Elliott & Fry - NPG D23463

Frederick Walker; Henry Stacy Marks

published by Illustrated London News, after C.A. Duval & Co (Charles Allen Du Val), and after Elliott & Fry
wood engraving, published 8 May 1875
NPG D23463

Henry Stacy Marks, after Unknown artist - NPG D23462

Henry Stacy Marks

after Unknown artist
wood engraving, 1898 or after
NPG D23462

Henry Stacy Marks, after Charles Paul Renouard - NPG D23460

Henry Stacy Marks

after Charles Paul Renouard
photolithograph, published 1900
NPG D23460


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