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Sir William Blake Richmond

(1842-1921), Painter; son of George Richmond

Later Victorian Portraits Catalogue Entry

Sitter in 16 portraits
Artist associated with 16 portraits

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Sir William Blake Richmond, by John Moffat - NPG x12810

Sir William Blake Richmond

by John Moffat
albumen cabinet card, after 1875
NPG x12810

Sir William Blake Richmond, by John Moffat - NPG x12809

Sir William Blake Richmond

by John Moffat
albumen cabinet card, after 1875
NPG x12809

Sir William Blake Richmond, by Ralph Winwood Robinson, published by  C. Whittingham & Co - NPG x7388

Sir William Blake Richmond

by Ralph Winwood Robinson, published by C. Whittingham & Co
platinum print, circa 1889, published 1892
NPG x7388

Sir William Blake Richmond, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd - NPG x38993

Sir William Blake Richmond

published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
postcard print, circa 1901
NPG x38993

Sir William Blake Richmond, by Unknown photographer - NPG x137238

Sir William Blake Richmond

by Unknown photographer
platinum print, 1904
NPG x137238

Sir William Blake Richmond, by Benjamin Stone - NPG x44941

Sir William Blake Richmond

by Benjamin Stone
platinum print, July 1908
NPG x44941

Sir William Blake Richmond, by Benjamin Stone - NPG x44942

Sir William Blake Richmond

by Benjamin Stone
platinum print, July 1908
NPG x44942

'Luncheon Party at the House of Commons', probably by Roland Parker Stone, for  Benjamin Stone - NPG x135567

'Luncheon Party at the House of Commons'

probably by Roland Parker Stone, for Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 17 July 1908
NPG x135567

'Luncheon Party at the House of Commons', probably by Roland Parker Stone, for  Benjamin Stone - NPG x135568

'Luncheon Party at the House of Commons'

probably by Roland Parker Stone, for Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 17 July 1908
NPG x135568

Sir William Blake Richmond, by Elliott & Fry - NPG x12811

Sir William Blake Richmond

by Elliott & Fry
albumen cabinet card, 1910s
NPG x12811

Sir William Blake Richmond, by James Russell & Sons - NPG Ax39107

Sir William Blake Richmond

by James Russell & Sons
platinum print, 1910s
NPG Ax39107

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Ann Kennedy Smith

09 February 2017, 11:46

He painted Lady Caroline Jebb (American wife of Sir Richard Claverhouse Jebb) in Cambridge, 1888. Location of portrait currently unknown; probably in private collection in USA as the sitter moved back there in 1917.

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