Regency Portraits Catalogue
Henry William Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey (1768-1854), Field Marshal and Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland
Oil painting by Hoppner and Gilpin at Plas Newydd, Lord Paget as Lieut.-Col. of 7th Light Dragoons, whole-length standing in uniform by his horse (by Sawrey Gilpin), exhibited RA 1798 (5), reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 64; version or sketch was in the Hoppner sale 31 May 1823 (40).
Miniature by George Engleheart formerly at Plas Newydd but stolen in 1965 (see Williamson and Engleheart, George Engleheart, p 110).
Watercolour drawing by Richard Dighton at Windsor Castle, whole-length in Light Dragoon uniform and black cocked hat, reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 96; etching published June 1806.
Watercolour drawing by Richard Dighton at Muncaster Castle, of a group of officers trying out Joseph Hudson's tobacco pipes at Ipswich Barracks before leaving for the Peninsula campaign; aquatint reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 97.
Watercolour drawing by Henry Edridge (NPG 313).
Engraved by Page for The Military Chronicle, 1 August 1811, as Major-General Lord Paget.
Watercolour miniature by William Grimaldi, listed in his grandson, the Rev Alexander Grimaldi's Catalogue 1873, p 34, no. 350, as Lord Henry William Paget (no date); location unknown.
Stipple engraving after a portrait by P. Stroehling, plate in Military Panorama, published 27 February 1813 by P. Martin; head and shoulders as Lieut.-Gen. the Earl of Uxbridge, wearing Peninsula Medal.
Oil painting by Beechey known from an engraving by Meyer published 4 March 1817 and showing Anglesey wearing Ribbon of Bath and Peninsula Medal but none of his Waterloo decorations. This does not appear in Beechey's Account Books and may in fact have been painted later than 1815. A similar (or the same) painting with the Waterloo decorations added was exported to the United States in 1949.
Coloured aquatint by Cooper and Sutherland after H. T. Alken, a brilliant equestrian print of Anglesey (as Earl of Uxbridge) in Hussar's uniform at Waterloo mounted on a grey horse with leopard skin shabracque, published 12 August 1815 by J. & J. Fuller together with companion prints of Wellington and Blücher (see W. H. Sparrow, 'Henry T. Alken Revisited' in Connoisseur, LXXXVII, 1931, p 152). Several less dramatic prints were also issued shortly after the battle.
Watercolour drawing by Denis Dighton at Windsor Castle, signed and dated 1815 but showing Anglesey wearing the Waterloo Medal and the Guelphic Order of Hanover not awarded until 1816 (Miller & Dawnay, Military Drawings, no. 416).
Marble bust by Chantrey at Plas Newydd, commissioned July 1815 for £105 (Sir Francis Chantrey’s Ledgers of Accounts, p 41) and exhibited RA 1816 (952); copy in Ashmolean Museum.
Oil painting by C. F. Coehne at Stratfield Saye of an imaginary meeting between Wellington and Uxbridge after the amputation on the field of Waterloo, reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 161.
Oil painting by Beechey listed in Beechey's Account Books for December 1817 and exhibited RA 1817 (103), location unknown but possibly the portrait listed under 1815 above.
Oil painting by an unknown artist formerly attributed to Beechey (see NPG 1581).
Oil painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence at Plas Newydd (replica at Apsley House), exhibited RA 1817 (24), whole-length standing in uniform as Colonel of 7th Hussars (see K. Garlick in Walpole Society Journal, XXXIX, 1962-4, pp 20-1).
Oil painting by F. J. Manskirsch, exhibited RA 1817 (278), 'as on the field of Waterloo'; location unknown.
Impression from a medal die by George Mills, exhibited RA 1817 (946).
Pencil drawings (two on one sheet) by Chantrey in V&A Museum, Dawson Turner collection; etching of one of these, by Mrs Dawson Turner (no. 2 in One Hundred Etchings) is reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 162.
Sketch for a half-sized statue by F. A. Legé, exhibited RA 1818 (1082), location unknown.
Oil painting by Beechey listed in Beechey's Account Books, 15 November 1819, 120 guineas, probably whole-length, location unknown.
1820 or before
Oil painting by Stroehling known from an engraving published by Colnaghi and re-issued 1 July 1820 by T. Boys 'with permission of Messrs Colnaghi from their large print'; head and shoulders in uniform and shako.
Oil painting by Beechey listed in Beechey's Account Books, 20 April 1820 for Lord Anglesey, 60 guineas, probably three-quarter-length, location unknown.
Chalk drawing by Beechey at Goodwood (W. H. Mason, Goodwood, 1839, p 83).
'The Trial of Queen Caroline 1820' by Hayter (NPG 999).
Oil painting by A. W. Devis, exhibited RA 1821 (212), location unknown.
Oil painting by J. W. Pieneman at Apsley House, reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 192, head and shoulders sketch for Pieneman's 'Battle of Waterloo', 1824, in Amsterdam.
Watercolour drawing by James Stephanoff in V&A Museum (64-1878), as Lord High Steward carrying the Crown of St Edward at the Coronation of George IV; this was adapted for an illustration in Sir George Naylor's Coronation of George IV, 19th July 1821, 1824.
Oil painting possibly by Stephanoff at Goodwood, half length in Garter Robes and Jacobean ruff, reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 224.
Unique Wedgwood medallion by W. Hackwood in Stoke-on-Trent Art Gallery, probably modelled from Meyer's engraving of Beechey's 1815 portrait. The medallion shows Anglesey wearing the Ribbon and Star of the Bath and Peninsula Medal but no other Orders and may therefore be considerably earlier than 1821, possibly in 1815 before Waterloo (reproduced Robin Reilly and George Savage, Wedgwood: The Portrait Medallions, 1973, p 49).
Oil by Beechey listed in Beechey's Account Books, 4 July 1822 for Mr Dowdeswell 60 guineas, probably three-quarter-length.
(Marble) bust by William and Peter Hollins exhibited RA 1822 (1002) and Birmingham Society of Artists 1827.
Oil by T. C. Thompson in the Army and Navy Club, whole-length with his brother Admiral Sir Charles Paget, exhibited RA 1823 (7) and Royal Hibernian Academy 1828.
Oil by Pieneman in Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 'The Battle of Waterloo'.
Statue by Peter Hollins exhibited RA 1825 (1016).
Oil by Stroehling in the National Army Museum, exhibited RA 1826(1); this is a small copy of a vast oil (c.12ft x 12ft) destroyed at Plas Newydd in 1976; mezzotint by Henry Meyer (in Bank of England), whole-length in Hussar's uniform riding a grey charger with battle scene in background.
Lithograph published by J. Dickinson, January 1828, whole-length on horseback, This SKETCH is respectfully dedicated to the Inhabitants of the Island of ANGLESEA.
Numerous political satires relating to Ireland and O'Connell (see British Museum Catalogues).
Lithograph by Englemann, head and shoulders in profile as Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland (example at Plas Newydd).
Marble bust by Turnerelli at Windsor Castle, in toga signed and dated 1828, exhibited RA 1829 (1181).
Oil painting by George Jones of a large group in the House of Lords, 'The Catholic Emancipation Act', with Lord Anglesey, an ardent supporter of the Act, standing near Wellington; on loan to the House of Lords from Lord Clifford.
The deaf and dumb artist, Thomas Cooley, was appointed Portrait Painter to the Lord-Lieutenant in 1828, so a portrait by Cooley of Lord Anglesey probably exists.
Oil painting by R. B. Davis at Plas Newydd, of Lord Anglesey on horseback with his dog Nep, shooting blackcock at Cannock Chase, reproduced Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 256.
Marble bust by R. W. Sievier, exhibited RA 1830 (1202), location unknown.
Drawing by R. Scanlan, half-length in Garter Robes and Golden Fleece [sic], pirated from Scanlan's portrait of Wellington and engraved by H. R. Cook with title 'The Most Noble the Marquis of Anglesea'.
Bronze statuette by William Theed the younger at Plas Newydd, reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 385.
Oil painting attributed to George Dawe at Hinchingbrooke (196), half-length in uniform with tall plumed hat.
Intaglio gem by S. J. De Vaux, exhibited RA 1832 (1084), location unknown.
Miniature bust by Terence Farrell, exhibited Royal Hibernian Academy 1832.
'House of Commons' group by Sir George Hayter (NPG 54, Richard Ormond, National Portrait Gallery: Early Victorian Portraits, 1973, pp 526-36).
Wax bust by G. G. Parker, E. J. Pyke, Dictionary of Wax Modellers, 1973, p 101.
Oil painting by W. Salter for the Waterloo Banquet (NPG 3693).
Marble bust by R. J. Wyatt, exhibited RA 1835 (1136), Sotheby's (Hinchingbrooke sale) 5 July 1957 (162).
Ivory equestrian statuette by M. C. Wyatt, possibly at Goodwood (see Rupert Gunnis, Dictionary of British Sculptors 1660-1851, 1953, p 448a and Goodwood Catalogue, typescript, p 42).
Oil painting by Shee at Windsor Castle, Waterloo Chamber, exhibited RA 1836 (59), whole-length in uniform as General of Hussars (Sir Oliver Millar, The Late Georgian Pictures in the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen, 1969, 1086).
Oil by Wilkie at Windsor Castle, 'the First Council of Queen Victoria' (Sir Oliver Millar, The Late Georgian Pictures in the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen, 1969, 1188 and plate 279); Anglesey as Privy Councillor appears by a pillar behind the Queen.
Pen and pencil drawing by John Doyle in British Museum, reproduced in Equestrian Sketches plate 32 published by McLean, 1 December 1840.
Oil by J. P. Knight exhibited RA 1840 (227) and sold Christie's, 1881 (see Herman Dyson, J. P. Knight RA, 1971, 66).
Watercolour drawing by his son Lord Clarence Paget at Plas Newydd, of Wellington and Lord Anglesey reminiscing at Uxbridge House on the 25th anniversary of Waterloo, 18 June 1840, reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 321.
Oil by Winterhalter at Plas Newydd, head and shoulders in Hussar's uniform and Orders, reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 289.
Oil by J. P. Knight at Wynyard Park (Marquess of Londonderry), 'Heroes of Waterloo', exhibited RA 1842 (556).
Pencil drawing by Count D'Orsay at Plas Newydd, 28 February 1843 aged 74, reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 352.
Marble bust by Christopher Moore exhibited RA 1845 (1368) for W. H. Curran; a copy (1846 probably plaster) was destroyed in the Crystal Palace fire in 1936.
Pencil sketch by his nephew Henry Graves at Plas Newydd, whole-length standing in profile to right wearing top-hat, stick in right hand (John Steegman, A Survey of Portraits in Welsh Houses, 1957-62, p 33).
Model for a statue by Count D'Orsay exhibited RA 1846 (1479); a bronze statuette was in Lady Blessington's sale, Phillips 7-26 May 1849 (1466); a drawing is at Plas Newydd signed and dated: Mai 184—.
Bust (or statue) by M. Noble.
Bronze equestrian statue by E. Cotterill exhibited RA 1847 (1390).
Pencil drawing by the Hon Henry Graves in NPG Graves Album 29.2 x 22.7 (11 ½ x 9), whole-length walking to left in tail-coat, top-hat, high black stock, holding two walking sticks, similar to Graves's watercolour drawing of 1851 below.
Colour print of Anglesey driving a two-horse curricle, reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 384 (and in Country Life, 17 July 1969).
Oil by unknown artist in Wolverhampton Municipal Art Gallery, half-length in Hussar's uniform, Garter Ribbon and Orders, bare-headed, sad expression, aged about 80; Birmingham Victorian Exhibition 1937 (139).
Pencil drawing by R. D. at Plas Newydd, playing cards with Lord Charles Manners, signed and dated: RD. Sepr/9/51.
Watercolour drawing by Henry Graves at Plas Newydd, whole-length walking with two sticks on the terrace at Beaudesert, reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 352; Steegman in A Survey of Portraits in Welsh Houses, attributes this without evidence to Lord Clarence Paget.
Watercolour drawing by Henry Graves at Dunbrody Park (Lord Templemore), whole-length seated at a table, as Master-General of Ordnance, reproduced in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 353.
Oil by Henry Graves painted for the officers of the Household Cavalry Regiment, exhibited RA 1851 (200) and still with the Blues and Royals.
Wax relief by R. C. Lucas (NPG 5270).
Watercolour by Sylvia Doyle at Plas Newydd, whole-length as an old man walking with two sticks.
Pencil drawing by Henry Graves, 'Painting Room at Uxbridge House, March 1853' signed H.G., at Plas Newydd.
Oil by Henry Graves formerly at Hinchingbrooke and now in Huntingdon Town Hall, whole-length in Hussar's uniform holding shako, exhibited RA 1853 (312); a copy is in the Ministry of Defence (GAG 1139).
Marble busts by Matthew Noble at Plas Newydd and in Royal Collection, one exhibited RA 1855 (1465).
Watercolour drawing by his daughter, Lady Sydney, at Plas Newydd; it was done after his death and shows his chair, writing-table, wall-maps, a small oval portrait of his late (second) wife, and a movable calendar at 29 April, the day of his death.
Design for a national statue by C. McCarthy exhibited RA 1856 (1265).
Marble bust by J. S. Westmacott exhibited RA 1858 (1241).
Bronze statue by Matthew Noble on the Anglesey Column, Isle of Anglesey, reproduced Illustrated London News, December 1860, p 569 and in Marquess of Anglesey, One-Leg, 1961, p 385; a drawing by W. G. Haslam (Illustrated London News, p 558) shows the statue being hoisted in triumph to the top of the column.
This extended catalogue entry is from the out-of-print National Portrait Gallery collection catalogue: Richard Walker, Regency Portraits, National Portrait Gallery, 1985, and is as published then. For the most up-to-date details on individual Collection works, we recommend reading the information provided in the Search the Collection results on this website in parallel with this text.