Luis Maria Augusto Pinto de Soveral, Marquess de Soveral(1855-1922), Portuguese ambassador
Sitter in 8 portraits
by W. & D. Downey, photogravure by Walker & Boutall
photogravure, 1897; published 1899
copy by Mrs Albert Broom (Christina Livingston)
bromide postcard print, 18 November 1904
by Walter Stoneman, for James Russell & Sons
bromide print, circa 1916
by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 10 February 1898
Luis Maria Augusto Pinto de Soveral, Marquess de Soveral ('Men of the Day. No. 1086. "Unlike Wilkes, who was only half-an-hour behind the handsomest man in Europe, M. de Soveral is usually a minute or two ahead of him."')
by Sir Max Beerbohm
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 2 October 1907
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 13 November 1912
by Unknown photographer
bromide print, 1908
Vanity Fair Panel no. 7 (John ('Johnny') William Reiff; (James Forman) Tod Sloan; Sir Oswald Mosley, 4th Bt; Edward Rodney ('Roddy') Owen; Seymour Berkeley Portman-Dalton (né Portman); Lester Berchart Reiff; Arthur Hepburn Hastie; Robert Peck; Arthur...)
by Sir Leslie Ward, and Godfrey Douglas Giles, and Liborio Prosperi ('Lib'), and Sir Charles Garden Assheton-Smith (né Duff), 1st Bt ('Cloister', 'C.G.D'), and George Algernon Fothergill, and Cuthbert Bradley, and Sir Francis Carruthers Gould ('F.C.
chromolithographs pasted onto wooden panel, assembled from prints published 1883-1900
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