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Early Victorian Portraits Catalogue

Colin Campbell, 1st Baron Clyde (1792-1863), Field Marshal

Painting by J. W. Pieneman. Wellington Museum, Apsley House, London.
Study for his 'Waterloo' picture: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

Painting by T. Jansen. Collection of J. B. Muir, 1896.

Bust by G. G. Adams. Exhibited RA, 1856 (1348).
Plaster cast (NPG 1201).

Woodcut, after a photograph by Mayall, published ILN, XXVIII (1856), 9; engraving by D. J. Pound, after same photograph, published 1859 (example in NPG), for Pound's 'Drawing Room Portrait Gallery', (an) engraving by T. W. Hunt, after the same, published J. S. Virtue (example in NPG).

Painting by H. W. Phillips. Glasgow City Art Gallery.
Exhibited RA, 1856 (201). Engraved by G. Zobel, published J. Mitchell, 1856 (example in NPG).

Photograph by F. Beato (with Sir W. R. Mansfield). National Army Museum.

Ebony bust by an unknown artist. Formerly Royal United Service Museum, London.

'Relief of Lucknow' by T. J. Barker, from sketches by E. Lundgren. City Art Gallery, Glasgow.
Engraved by C. G. Lewis, 1875; published T. Agnew, 1863 (example in NPG). Lundgren's sketches were sold Christie's, 16 April also in the sale were two portraits of Clyde (lots 68 and 108). A water-colour of Clyde and his staff by Lundgren is reproduced Apollo, XCII (1970), 143.

Miniature by E. Upton. Exhibited RA, 1859 (731).

Painting by Sir F. Grant. Collection of Earl Canning, 1868.
Sketch of this painting (NPG 619).

Plaster bust by G. G. Adams. Scottish NPG.

Medal by E. Ortner. Exhibited RA, 1861 (1012).

Bust by G. E. Ewing. Exhibited RA, 1862 (1029).
Reproduced as a woodcut ILN, XLIII (1863), 245.

'The Intellect and Valour of Great Britain', engraving by C. G. Lewis, after T. J. Barker, published J. G. Browne, Leicester, 1864 (example in NPG); key-plate, published Browne, 1863 (example in British Museum).

Marble relief (meeting of Clyde, Havelock and Outram at Lucknow) by M. Noble. Outram Memorial, Westminster Abbey.

Bronze statue by J. H. Foley. George's Square, Glasgow.
Reproduced as a woodcut ILN, LIII (1868), 349

Engraving by C. Tomkins, after C. Mercier, published T. W. Green, 1869 (example in NPG).

Painting by T. J. Barker. Scottish NPG.

Drawing (with Sir Cohn Campbell and Sir W. R.Mansfield) by T. B. Wirgman.
Exhibited VE, 1892 (421a), lent by Miss A. F. Yule (artist's name misprinted I. B. Wiegman).

Lithograph by C. Baugniet (example in British Museum).

Engraving by D. J. Pound, after a photograph by Mayall (example in NPG); engraving by Holl, after another photograph by Mayall (example in NPG).

Drawing by H. H. Crealock. Formerly Royal United Service Museum, London.

Bust by an unknown artist. Formerly India Office, London.

Statue by Baron C. Marochetti. Waterloo Place, London.

Several photographs. NPG.

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.