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Sir William Blake Richmond

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

Sitter in 16 portraits
Artist associated with 18 portraits

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'The Sisters' (Edith Mary Liddell; Ina Liddell; Alice Liddell), republished by James Ryman, after  Sir William Blake Richmond - NPG D37329

'The Sisters' (Edith Mary Liddell; Ina Liddell; Alice Liddell)

republished by James Ryman, after Sir William Blake Richmond
stipple engraving, republished 1 March 1867 (published 2 February 1867)
NPG D37329

Lord Frederick Charles Cavendish, by John Douglas Miller, after  Sir William Blake Richmond - NPG D7677

Lord Frederick Charles Cavendish

by John Douglas Miller, after Sir William Blake Richmond
mixed-method engraving, published 1883
NPG D7677

Andrew Lang, by Frederick Hollyer, after  Sir William Blake Richmond - NPG D9819

Andrew Lang

by Frederick Hollyer, after Sir William Blake Richmond
photograph, before 1929 (1884)
NPG D9819

Robert Browning, after Sir William Blake Richmond - NPG D32237

Robert Browning

after Sir William Blake Richmond
collotype, (1888)
NPG D32237

Sidney Herbert, 14th Earl of Pembroke, 11th Earl of Montgomery, published by Henry Graves & Co, after  Sir William Blake Richmond - NPG D40133

Sidney Herbert, 14th Earl of Pembroke, 11th Earl of Montgomery

published by Henry Graves & Co, after Sir William Blake Richmond
photogravure, published 1901
NPG D40133

Sir Arthur John Evans, by Frederick Hollyer, after  Sir William Blake Richmond - NPG D36588

Sir Arthur John Evans

by Frederick Hollyer, after Sir William Blake Richmond
photographic print, 1907
NPG D36588

Robert Bridges, after Sir William Blake Richmond - NPG D32098

Robert Bridges

after Sir William Blake Richmond
collotype, (1911)
NPG D32098

Robert Louis Stevenson, by H. Blackburn Hart, published by  Museum Galleries, after  Sir William Blake Richmond - NPG D49367

Robert Louis Stevenson

by H. Blackburn Hart, published by Museum Galleries, after Sir William Blake Richmond
mezzotint printed in colours, published 1922, based on a work of 1887
NPG D49367

Robert Louis Stevenson, issued by Sarony & Co, after  Sir William Blake Richmond - NPG D48921

Robert Louis Stevenson

issued by Sarony & Co, after Sir William Blake Richmond
gravure cigarette card, 1923 (1887)
NPG D48921

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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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