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Early Victorian Portraits Catalogue

Sir Charles Lock Eastlake (1793-1865), Painter; President of the Royal Academy and Director of the National Gallery; Trustee of the National Portrait Gallery

Drawing by J. Hayter. British Museum.
Hayter was only fourteen in 1814, so the drawing may not be his work.

Drawing (with S. Kirkup) by Sir G. Hayter. British Museum.
Another drawing by Hayter in the British Museum presumably dates from this time; see L. Binyon, Catalogue of Drawings by British Artists, II (1900), 281 (9a), and 282 (9b).

Drawing by J. Partridge (NPG 3944(22)).

Drawing by W. Brockedon (NPG 2515(16)).

Drawing by T. Bridgford. Royal Hibernian Academy.
Exhibited RA, 1844 (800). Engraved by J. Smyth (example in NPG), for the Art-Union, and engraved anonymously (example in NPG).

'The Fine Arts Commissioners, 1846' by J. Partridge (NPG 342).

Woodcut published ILN, XVII (1850), 357.

Painting by D. Huntington. New York Historical Society.
Exhibited RA, 1852 (525). Reproduced J. Steegman, The Consort of Taste (1950), facing p 200.

Painting by J. P. Knight. Royal Academy, London.
Exhibited RA, 1857 (80), SKM, 1868 (621), and VE, 1892 (182). Reproduced Studio, CIX (1935), 296.
Engraved by G. T. Doo, published 1873 (example in NPG), engraving exhibited RA, 1873 (1258).

Drawings by C. B. Birch (NPG 2477 and 2478).

Woodcut, after a photograph by J. Watkins, published ILN, XXXVI (1860), 449; another woodcut
published XXXVIII (1861), 447, after the portrait by Knight.

Drawings by C. W. Cope (NPG 3182(5) and 3182(12)).

Medallion by A. H. Ritchie. Exhibited Royal Scottish Academy, 1866 (923).

Bust by A. H. Ritchie. Exhibited Royal Scottish Academy, 1867 (903).

Painting called Eastlake by an unknown artist. Ex-collection of Colonel M. H. Grant.

A drawing by C. Vogel. Küpferstichkabinett, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden.

Bust by J. Gibson (NPG 953).

Engraving by D. J. Pound, after a photograph by J. Watkins (example in NPG).

Engraving by H. Linton, after a photograph by Mayall (example in NPG).

Photograph by Caldesi, Blandford & Co (example in NPG).
Head and shoulders anonymously lithographed, published Palgrave Family Memorials, edited C.J. Palgrave and S. Tucker (privately printed, Norwich, 1878), facing p 114.

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.