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Illustrated London News

(active 1884-1938), Publisher

Artist associated with 82 portraits

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William Collins; Sir Francis Grant; J.M.W. Turner; Daniel Maclise, published by Illustrated London News, after  John George Landseer, after  John George Landseer, after  Charles Martin, after  Unknown artist - NPG D39446

William Collins; Sir Francis Grant; J.M.W. Turner; Daniel Maclise

published by Illustrated London News, after John George Landseer, after John George Landseer, after Charles Martin, after Unknown artist
wood engraving, published 10 May 1845
NPG D39446

'Mdlle Jenny Lind as

'Mdlle Jenny Lind as "Susanna" in "Le Nozze di Figaro" at Her Majesty's Theatre'

by Frederick James Smyth, published by Illustrated London News
wood engraving, published 22 July 1848
NPG D45841

'Mdlle Jenny Lind as

'Mdlle Jenny Lind as "Alice" at Her Majesty's Theatre' in 'Roberto il Diavolo' (Italo Gardoni; Jenny Lind; Mr Belletti)

by Frederick James Smyth, published by Illustrated London News
wood engraving, published 26 August 1848
NPG D45842

The seven oldest children of Queen Victoria, by Frederick James Smyth, published by  Illustrated London News, after  Unknown artist - NPG D33826

The seven oldest children of Queen Victoria

by Frederick James Smyth, published by Illustrated London News, after Unknown artist
wood engraving, published 25 December 1852
NPG D33826

'The New Ministry - the Cabinet', January 1853, by Frederick James Smyth, published by  Illustrated London News - NPG D45901

'The New Ministry - the Cabinet', January 1853

by Frederick James Smyth, published by Illustrated London News
wood engraving, published 8 January 1853
NPG D45901

William Ewart Gladstone, published by Illustrated London News, after  Frederick John Skill - NPG D8422

William Ewart Gladstone

published by Illustrated London News, after Frederick John Skill
wood engraving, published 22 October 1853
NPG D8422

'Statues in St Stephen's Hall and the Central Hall', New Palace of Westminster, published by Illustrated London News - NPG D47366

'Statues in St Stephen's Hall and the Central Hall', New Palace of Westminster

published by Illustrated London News
wood engraving, published 4 February 1854
NPG D47366

'Madame Goldschmidt (Jenny Lind) at Exeter-Hall', in Mendelssohn's 'Elijah', published by Illustrated London News - NPG D45843

'Madame Goldschmidt (Jenny Lind) at Exeter-Hall', in Mendelssohn's 'Elijah'

published by Illustrated London News
wood engraving, published 22 December 1855
NPG D45843

'Statues in the New Palace at Westminster', published by Illustrated London News - NPG D47365

'Statues in the New Palace at Westminster'

published by Illustrated London News
wood engraving, published 10 February 1855
NPG D47365

Florence Nightingale, published by Illustrated London News - NPG D5364

Florence Nightingale

published by Illustrated London News
wood engraving, published 24 February 1855
NPG D5364

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

Sir Robert Peel, 3rd Bt, published by Illustrated London News, after  Unknown photographer - NPG D5483

Sir Robert Peel, 3rd Bt

published by Illustrated London News, after Unknown photographer
wood engraving, published 25 February 1860
NPG D5483

Edward Craven Hawtrey, published by Illustrated London News, after a photograph by  John Jabez Edwin Mayall - NPG D8348

Edward Craven Hawtrey

published by Illustrated London News, after a photograph by John Jabez Edwin Mayall
wood engraving, published 22 February 1862
NPG D8348

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

Mary, Queen of Scots being led to execution, by William Luson Thomas, published by  Illustrated London News, after  Scipione Vannutelli - NPG D13135

Mary, Queen of Scots being led to execution

by William Luson Thomas, published by Illustrated London News, after Scipione Vannutelli
wood engraving, published 3 January 1863
NPG D13135

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

Sir Alexander Murray Tulloch, published by Illustrated London News - NPG D11229

Sir Alexander Murray Tulloch

published by Illustrated London News
wood engraving, published 2 July 1864
NPG D11229

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