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Early Victorian Portraits Catalogue

Hugh Gough, 1st Viscount Gough (1779-1869), Field Marshal

Miniature by an unknown artist. Reproduced R. S. Rait, Life and Campaigns of Hugh First Viscount Gough (1903), I, facing 24.

Anonymous engraving, after a painting by J. R. Jackson, published Graves and Warmsley, 1842 (example in NPG); the same painting was also engraved by H. B. Hall, published J. Jackson (example in NPG), for Finden's 'Drawing Room Scrap Book'.

Woodcut published ILN, II (1843), 117.

Painting by J. Wheeler (with his staff). Parker Gallery, 1968.

Painting by G. Beechey (commissioned after the battle of Goojerat, 1849, by Colonel Jack).
Offered to the NPG by Mary Hay, 1880. Sketched by G. Scharf, Sir George Scharf's Trustees' Sketch Books (NPG archives), XXVII, 22.

Bust by G. G. Adams (NPG 1202).

Anonymous engraving, after a drawing by C. Grey, published J. McGlashan, Dublin (example in NPG).

Painting by E. Long. Lithographed by J. H. Lynch, published H. Squire, 1850 (example in NPG). Copy by General A. Y. Shortt: East India and Sports Club, London. Anonymous copy: collection of W. Thompson, 1897.

Model of a bust by E. H. Baily. Exhibited RA, 1850 (1441).

Drawing by L. Dickinson. Reproduced R. S. Rait, Life and Campaigns of Hugh First Viscount Gough (1903), I, frontispiece.

Painting by L. Dickinson. Oriental Club, London.
Exhibited RA, 1851 (668). Anonymously engraved (example in NPG), engraving reproduced History Today, IX (March 1959), 190. Half-length replica: formerly Defence Service Staff College, India. Copy: Victoria Memorial Hall, Calcutta.

Painting by J. Harwood. Irish NPG.
Exhibited Royal Hibernian Academy, 1851, and Dublin Exhibition, 1853.

Painting by H. W. Pickersgill (with his grandson). Exhibited RA, 1852 (381).

Painting and drawing by Sir F. Grant (see NPG 805).

Bust by J. E. Jones. Exhibited Royal Hibernian Academy, 1854.
See W. G. Strickland, Dictionary of Irish Artists (1913), I, 559.

Bust by J. E. Jones. Exhibited RA, 1857 (1328).

Woodcut, after a photograph by Maull & Co, published ILN, LIV (1869), 293.

Statue by J. H. Foley (on horseback). Phoenix Park, Dublin.

Study for the head of an equestrian statue by Sir T. Brock. Exhibited RA, 1878 (1535).

Painting by unknown artist. East India and Sports Club, London.

Anonymous bust. India Office, London.

Lithograph by L. Dickinson, after a drawing by C. Grant, published Thacker & Co, Calcutta (example in NPG).

Lithograph by M. and H. Hanhart, engraving by G. J. Stodart, and a photograph (examples in 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.