A painting by T. C. Thompson is in the National Gallery of Ireland, and so is a miniature by Sir W. J. Newton, exhibited RA, 1826 (618), possibly the miniature sold Christie's, 23 June 1890 (lot 143); a painting by G. F. Joseph, showing her as the tragic muse, is in the Garrick Club, London, exhibited RA, 1815 (39); a painting by Bell of Dublin, and a group painting of 'King John' by Sharp, were sold at Christie's, 22 July 1871 (lots 129 and 187, respectively); a painting by G. Dawe, as Juliet, was exhibited RA, 1816 (199), engraved by G. Maile, published Dawe, 1815, and by H. Dawe, published Dean (examples in British Museum); there is an engraving by F. C. Lewis, after a vignette drawing of the Dawe type (example in NPG); a painting by J. S. W. Hodges was in the Burdett-Coutts Sale, Christie's, 5 May 1922 (lot 210), exhibited Irish Exhibition
, London, 1888 (1105), where it was sketched and recorded by G. Scharf Sir George Scharf's Trustees' Sketch Books (NPG archives), XXXIV, 42 and 48; a painting by J. Kennerley was exhibited RA, 1817 (526); a drawing called Lady Wrixon-Becher by Sir T. Lawrence is in the Victoria and Albert Museum, and another, attributed to Lawrence or G. H. Harlow, is in the Royal Collection, Windsor; a drawing by J. Downman of 1812 was in the collection of R. Blumenthal, 1928 miniatures by T. Farrer and Miss Drummond were exhibited RA, 1816 (469 and 578, respectively); a miniature called Lady Wrixon-Becher by A. Plimer was sold at Sotheby's, 11 November 1947 (lot 71), reproduced sale catalogue; an impression from an intaglio gem by D. Crisp was exhibited RA, 1816 (887); an engraving by H. Meyer, after A. W. Devis, as Belvidira in Otway's 'Venice Preserved', was published J. Bell, 1816 (example in NPG), and a drawing for or after the engraving is in the NPG; an engraving by Blood, after S. Drummond, was published 1814 (example in NPG), for the European Magazine
; an engraving by T. Woolnoth, after T. Wageman, was published Simpkin and Marshall, 1818 (example in NPG); there is an engraving by J. S. Agar, after R. Cosway (example in British Museum); other popular prints are listed in L. A. Hall, Catalogue of Dramatic Portraits in the Theatre Collection of the Harvard College Library
, IV (Cambridge, Mass, 1934), 300-3 (some examples in NPG and British Museum).This extended catalogue entry is from the out-of-print National Portrait Gallery collection catalogue: Richard Ormond,
Early Victorian Portraits, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1973, 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.