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Thomas Dewell Scott

(1828-1911), Painter and wood engraver

Artist associated with 21 portraits

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Alfred Mellon, by Unknown engraver, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott, after a photograph by  Windsor & Carter - NPG x137460

Alfred Mellon

by Unknown engraver, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott, after a photograph by Windsor & Carter
wood engraving, published by Illustrated London News 13 April 1867
NPG x137460

David Livingstone, published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott, after a photograph by  Antoine Claudet - NPG D6854

David Livingstone

published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott, after a photograph by Antoine Claudet
wood engraving, published 27 December 1856
NPG D6854

Queen Victoria, published by Penny Illustrated Paper, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott, after  Unknown artist - NPG D33640

Queen Victoria

published by Penny Illustrated Paper, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott, after Unknown artist
wood engraving, published 29 March 1862
NPG D33640

Edward Ellice, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott, published by  Illustrated London News - NPG D2303

Edward Ellice

after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott, published by Illustrated London News
wood engraving, published 3 October 1863
NPG D2303

Sir Joshua Jebb, published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott - NPG D3301

Sir Joshua Jebb

published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott
wood engraving, published 11 July 1863
NPG D3301

David Roberts, by Mason Jackson, published by  Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott, after a photograph by  John & Charles Watkins - NPG D1397

David Roberts

by Mason Jackson, published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott, after a photograph by John & Charles Watkins
wood engraving, published 10 December 1864
NPG D1397

Richard de Aquila Grosvenor, 1st Baron Stalbridge, published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott - NPG D2825

Richard de Aquila Grosvenor, 1st Baron Stalbridge

published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott
wood engraving, published 13 February 1864
NPG D2825

Richard Roberts, published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott - NPG D5824

Richard Roberts

published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott
wood engraving, published 11 June 1864
NPG D5824

Edward Cardwell, Viscount Cardwell, by Mason Jackson, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott, after a photograph by  John & Charles Watkins - NPG D2122

Edward Cardwell, Viscount Cardwell

by Mason Jackson, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott, after a photograph by John & Charles Watkins
wood engraving, published by Illustrated London News, published 18 March 1865
NPG D2122

Sir Francis Grant, published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott - NPG D34779

Sir Francis Grant

published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott
wood engraving, published 10 March 1866
NPG D34779

Alexander James Beresford Beresford Hope, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott, after  Henry Hering - NPG D3335

Alexander James Beresford Beresford Hope

after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott, after Henry Hering
wood engraving, mid 19th century
NPG D3335

Charles Stanley Monck, 4th Viscount Monck, published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott - NPG D5268

Charles Stanley Monck, 4th Viscount Monck

published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott
wood engraving, published 3 February 1867
NPG D5268

Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux, by Unknown artist, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott - NPG D32208

Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux

by Unknown artist, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott
wood engraving, 1868
NPG D32208

Owen Jones, published by The Builder, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott - NPG D9042

Owen Jones

published by The Builder, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott
wood engraving, published 11 December 1869
NPG D9042

Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton, by Mason Jackson, published by  Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott - NPG D1238

Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton

by Mason Jackson, published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott
wood engraving, published 4 December 1869
NPG D1238

Charles Stanley Monck, 4th Viscount Monck, by Mason Jackson, published by  Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott - NPG D5269

Charles Stanley Monck, 4th Viscount Monck

by Mason Jackson, published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott
wood engraving, published 6 March 1869
NPG D5269

Henry Currey, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott - NPG D11133

Henry Currey

after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott
wood engraving, late 19th century
NPG D11133

Ewan Christian, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott - NPG D21120

Ewan Christian

after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott
wood engraving, late 19th century
NPG D21120

Margaret Gatty (née Scott), published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott, after a photograph by  Maull & Co - NPG D2751

Margaret Gatty (née Scott)

published by Illustrated London News, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott, after a photograph by Maull & Co
wood engraving, published by Illustrated London News 1873
NPG D2751

William Brydon, by Edward Taylor, by  Richard Taylor, published by  Illustrated London News, after a photograph by  J. Stuart, after an intermediary drawing by  Thomas Dewell Scott - NPG D8705

William Brydon

by Edward Taylor, by Richard Taylor, published by Illustrated London News, after a photograph by J. Stuart, after an intermediary drawing by Thomas Dewell Scott
wood engraving, published 19 April 1873
NPG D8705

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Jane Abramson

25 November 2019, 11:42

Thomas Dewell Scott, my great great grandfather also had an eminent daughter, Dame Anna Maria Cartmell, Mayoress of Preston 1913 - 1919, in addition to a son, the well known Victorian artist Alexander Scott.

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