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Sir Robert Hart, 1st Bt

(1835-1911), Inspector-General of Customs in China

Sitter in 10 portraits

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Sir Robert Hart, 1st Bt, by Benjamin Stone - NPG x44713

Sir Robert Hart, 1st Bt

by Benjamin Stone
platinum print, July 1908
NPG x44713

Sir Robert Hart, 1st Bt, by Benjamin Stone - NPG x44714

Sir Robert Hart, 1st Bt

by Benjamin Stone
platinum print, July 1908
NPG x44714

'Luncheon Party at the House of Commons', by Benjamin Stone - NPG x135013

'Luncheon Party at the House of Commons'

by Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 17 July 1908
NPG x135013

'At the House of Commons', by Benjamin Stone - NPG x135556

'At the House of Commons'

by Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 1 July 1908
NPG x135556

'At the House of Commons', by Benjamin Stone - NPG x135557

'At the House of Commons'

by Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 1 July 1908
NPG x135557

'Luncheon Party at the House of Commons', by Benjamin Stone - NPG x135569

'Luncheon Party at the House of Commons'

by Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 17 July 1908
NPG x135569

'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 Robert Hart, 1st Bt, by Arthur Rouselle - NPG x134962

Sir Robert Hart, 1st Bt

by Arthur Rouselle
platinum print, published 1911
NPG x134962

Sir Robert Hart, 1st Bt ('Men of the Day. No. 608.'), by Julius Mendes Price ('Imp') - NPG D44731

Sir Robert Hart, 1st Bt ('Men of the Day. No. 608.')

by Julius Mendes Price ('Imp')
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 27 December 1894
NPG D44731

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