A painting by L. Dickinson of 1855 is in the collection of the Duke of Norfolk, exhibited SKM, 1868 (441), Royal Naval Exhibition
, Chelsea, 1891 (633), and VE, 1892 (138); a copy by W. H. Gadsby is in the United Service Club, London; a painting by Margaret Thomas is at Admiralty House, Portsmouth; there is a reproduction of a drawing by Armitage in the NPG; an enamel miniature is in the collection of the Duke of Norfolk; a marble statue by M. Noble of 1860 is in St Paul's Cathedral, reproduced Captain S. Eardley-Wilmot,Life of Vice Admiral Lord Lyons
(1898), facing p 418; a model for the statue is reproduced as a woodcut ILN
, XXXVII (1860), 194; the statue was presumably based on the marble bust by Noble, exhibited RA, 1857 (1288); a bust by W. Theed of 188 is in the National Army Museum; a marble bust called Lyons by an unknown artist is in the collection of W. G. Julian; a marble bust by J. Loft was exhibited RA, 1856 (1353); an engraving by G. Zobel, after a painting by R. Buckner, was published Colnaghi, 1856 (example in NPG); a lithograph by J. H. Lynch, after a drawing belonging to Miss Lyons, was published Colnaghi, 1854 (example in NPG); there are two engravings by D. J. Pound, after photographs by Kilburn (examples in NPG), one published 'Drawing Room Portrait Gallery', 1859; an engraving by T. W. Hunt, after a photograph, was published Virtue (example in NPG); a woodcut, after a photograph by Claudet, was published ILN
, XXV (1854), 21.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.