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Auguste Hervieu

(1794-1858), Artist

Artist associated with 9 portraits
Auguste Hervieu was a French painter and illustrator. He is best known for travelling to America with the author Frances Trollope and her family as tutor to her children, including the future author Anthony Trollope. He collaborated with Frances Trollope for a number of years, drawing the illustrations for many of her most popular books, including Domestic Manners of the Americans (1832).

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Frances Trollope, by Auguste Hervieu - NPG 3906

Frances Trollope

by Auguste Hervieu
oil on canvas, circa 1832
On display in the Room 24 wallcase at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 3906

James Watt, by J. Pass, after  Auguste Hervieu - NPG D4697

James Watt

by J. Pass, after Auguste Hervieu
line engraving, 1828
NPG D4697

James Watt, by J. Pass, after  Auguste Hervieu - NPG D4698

James Watt

by J. Pass, after Auguste Hervieu
line engraving, 1828
NPG D4698

Queen Berengaria of Navarre, after Auguste Hervieu - NPG D23640

Queen Berengaria of Navarre

after Auguste Hervieu
stipple engraving, published 1844
NPG D23640

Frances Trollope, by William Holl Jr, after  Lucy Adams, after  Auguste Hervieu - NPG D8371

Frances Trollope

by William Holl Jr, after Lucy Adams, after Auguste Hervieu
stipple engraving, published 1845 (circa 1832)
NPG D8371

Charles Elmé Francatelli, by Samuel Freeman, after  Auguste Hervieu - NPG D20850

Charles Elmé Francatelli

by Samuel Freeman, after Auguste Hervieu
stipple engraving, published 1846
NPG D20850

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