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Early Victorian Portraits Catalogue

Queen Victoria (1819-1901), Reigned 1837-1901

Queen Victoria is probably the most painted and photographed personality in history. Her long reign and the growth of illustrated newspapers and magazines resulted in a flood of popular images, besides a vast number of state and family portraits. No attempt has ever been made to systematize her iconography, or to catalogue the main portrait types. The following iconography cannot pretend to be complete even in this respect, but it is more extensive than any previous listing. Most previous studies have been picture books, reproducing paintings and prints without any documentation or critical appraisal. The largest and most useful are R. R. Holmes, 'The Queen's Pictures', Jubilee Number of the Magazine of Art (1887), Sir Herbert Maxwell, Sixty Years a Queen (1897), Justin McCarthy, Early Portraits of Queen Victoria (1897), the Marquess of Lorne, VRI: Her Life and Empire (1901), and H. and A. Gernsheim, Queen Victoria: a Biography in Word and Picture (1959); these appear in the text below with the abbreviations 'Holmes', 'Maxwell', 'McCarthy', 'Lorne' and 'Gernsheim'. Some of the earlier pictures have been catalogued by O. Millar, The Later Georgian Pictures in the Collection of HM the Queen (1969), 2 vols, who appears as 'Millar'. The date given to groups is usually that of the event depicted, not the date of the finished picture. The following iconography does not include popular prints, sketches (many of these are in the Royal Souvenir Albums at Windsor), unimportant groups, caricatures or photographs, and only a selection of the huge number of statues which were erected indiscriminately throughout the Empire. There are usually several versions and copies of most portrait types, and these have not generally been listed.

As Princess
1819
Miniature by J. P. Fischer. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Three related water-colours and drawings are also in the Royal Collection, and another was exhibited VE, 1892 (390), lent by the Rev B. Gibbons.

1821
Painting by Sir W. Beechey (with her mother). Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Maxwell, p 4, and Millar, plate 170 (671). Exhibited RA, 1822 (66), and VE, 1892 (I). Engraved by and published W. Skelton, 1823 (example in British Museum).

Bust by P. Turnerelli. Exhibited RA, 1823 (1072).
Engraved by J. Thomson, from a drawing by W. Wivell, published executors of J. Asperne, 1821 (example in NPG), for the European Magazine.

c.1822
Miniature by A. Stewart. Numerous versions are in the Royal Collection, Windsor, and elsewhere.

1823
Water-colour by S. P. Denning. Dulwich College Picture Gallery.
Reproduced Lorne, facing p 1.

1824
Painting by W. Fowler. Collection of Sir E. Hanmer, Flints.
Engraved by W. Ward, published Fowler, 1825 (example in NPG). Engraved by and published C. Turner, with variations, 1825 (example in British Museum).

c.1826
Miniature by A. Stewart. Numerous versions are in the Royal Collection, Windsor, variously dated. One version reproduced D. Foskett, British Portrait Miniatures (1963), facing p 156; another version engraved by T. Woolnoth, published 1832 (example in NPG), for Jerdan's National Portrait Gallery.

1827
Painting by W. Fowler. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Reproduced Maxwell, p 7. Engraved by R. Golding, published Colnaghi, 1830 (example in NPG). Other versions: 1. Christie's, 24 March 1950 (lot 163). 2. Collection of the Duke of Bedford.

1828
Drawing by S. Catterson Smith. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Engraved by T. Wright, published Colnaghi, 1829 (example in NPG); engraving by Dean reproduced McCarthy, plate 3.

1829
Drawing by R. J. Lane. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Lithographed by the artist, published J. Dickinson, 1829 (example in NPG); lithograph reproduced McCarthy, plate 3. The drawing is listed in Lane's 'Account Books' (NPG archives), 1, 55, under 1829, as presented to the sitter. There are numerous later drawings and lithographs of Queen Victoria by Lane (several examples in NPG); four of 1837-8 are reproduced McCarthy, plates 5, 6, 7, and 12. Three drawings by Lane were exhibited RA, 1838 (589, 590, and 1042).

Marble bust by W. Behnes. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Maxwell, p 7. Exhibited RA, 1829 (1216), and Bicentenary Exhibition, RA, 1968-9 (233). Engraved by J. Thomson, after a drawing of the bust by H. Corbould (example in NPG), for the Juvenile Forget Me Not. A second version in marble of 1828 (possibly the original) is in the collection of HM the Queen Mother; a third version in plaster is at Bethnal Green Museum, possibly that exhibited RA, 1828 (1188); and a fourth in marble was with the Fine Art Society, London, 1968.

1830
Painting by R. Westall. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Maxwell, p 4, and Millar, plate 302 (1170). Exhibited RA, 1830 (64), VE, 1892 (14), and Royal Children, Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, 1963 (91). Engraved by E. Finden, published Hodgson, Boys and Graves, 1834 (example in NPG). Three related studies, two dated 1829, are also in the Royal Collection, listed by A. P. Oppé, English Drawings at Windsor Castle (1950), p 100. A miniature version was exhibited VE, 1892 (470), lent by the Hon A. Bourke.

Drawing by J. Hayter. Royal Collection, Windsor. Reproduced Lorne, p 2.

c.1831
Painting by Sir D. Wilkie (with her mother and attendants). Collection of HM the Queen Mother, Clarence House. Reproduced Millar, plate 278 (1187). Exhibited Wilkie Exhibition, RA, 1958 (50), reproduced 'Illustrated Souvenir', plate 20. Three pencil studies, one of which is dated 1831, are in the same collection.

1832
Painting by A. Dubois Drahonet. Royal Collection, Windsor. Exhibited VE, 1892 (5).

1833
Painting by Sir G. Hayter. Formerly Royal Collection of Belgium (destroyed by fire).
Exhibited RA, 1833 (17), painted for Leopold I of Belgium. Engraved by J. Bromley, published Colnaghi, 1834 (example in British Museum). An oil study of 1832 and a copy are in the Royal Collection, Windsor, the former exhibited VE, 1892 (13), and Royal Children, Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, 1963 (53). Two pencil studies are also at Windsor. A copy was sold from the collection of HRH the Princess Royal, Christie's, 17 June 1966 (lot 105), bought Howton.

1834
Drawing by Sir G. Hayter (with her mother). Royal Collection, Windsor.
Reproduced Lorne, p 61. Exhibited Kings and Queens Exhibition, RA, 1953 (273). Lithographed by R. J. Lane, published J. Dickinson (example in NPG).

Drawing by C. Vogel, Küpferstichkabinett, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden.

c.1836
Painting by an unknown artist. Collection of Princess Iris Galitzine. Reproduced Country Life, CXXXII (1962), 1219.

c.1837
Miniature by H. Collen. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Engraved by and published T. Woolnoth, 1837 (example in NPG); engraving reproduced Lorne, p 62. Collen exhibited miniatures of Queen Victoria at the RA, 1836 (660), 1837 (830), and, in imitation of cameo, 1849 (846).

As Queen
1837
Painting by Sir G. Hayter (seated, in robes of state). Guildhall Art Gallery, London.
Reproduced Lorne, p 105. Exhibited RA, 1838 (61). Engraved by H. Cousins, published Colnaghi, 1839 (example in NPG). Queen Victoria records fourteen sittings in her diary (Royal Archives), October-December 1837. Replica (head only): Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.

Painting by E. T. Parris (at Drury Lane Theatre). The original version is possibly that formerly in the collection of Queen Mary, exhibited Queen Mary's Art Treasures, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1954, p 13 of the guide. The type was engraved by C. E. Wagstaff, published Hodgson and Graves, 1838 (example in NPG); engraving reproduced McCarthy, plate 13. Other versions: 1. Christie's, 31 October 1947 (lot 120), wrongly attributed to G. A. Aglio. 2. Collection of J. D. Maillé.

'The Queen Presiding Over her First Council, 1837' by Sir D. Wilkie. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Reproduced Gernsheim, p 29, and Millar, plate 279 (1188). Exhibited RA, 1838 (60), VE 1892 (18), and Wilkie Exhibition, RA, 1958 (37). Engraved by C. Fox (example in British Museum). Many studies for this picture survive (see Millar).

'Queen Victoria's Progress to the Guildhall' by J. H. Nixon. Corporation of London.

Miniature by Sir W. C. Ross (full-face, head and shoulders). Royal Collection, Windsor.
Reproduced Apollo, LXXVI (1962), 451, where the date given is 1838. Possibly the miniature exhibited RA, 1838 (901).

Drawing by Louisa Costello. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Reproduced Gernsheim, p 28; engraved by S. Freeman, published H. Colburn, 1837 (example in NPG).

1838
'The Coronation of Queen Victoria' by Sir G. Hayter. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Gernsheim, p 35. Engraved by H. T. Ryall, published Graves and Warmsley, 1843 (example in NPG). Many studies survive, in the Royal Collection, Windsor, and the British Museum; see also Facsimiles of Sketches by George Hayter at the Coronation of H. M. Queen Victoria, published C. Van Noorden, London (copy in NPG library).

Painting by Sir G. Hayter (seated, in her coronation robes) (see NPG 1250).

Painting by Sir G. Hayter (standing, taking the coronation oath). Queen's University, Belfast.
Engraved by W. H. Egleton, published 1851; engraving reproduced Lorne, p 91. Pencil study reproduced Lorne, p 90.

'Queen Victoria Receiving the Sacrament at her Coronation' by C. R. Leslie. Royal Collection,
Windsor. Reproduced Gernsheim, p 35. Exhibited RA, 1843 (74), VE, 1892 (35), and Pageant of Canada, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 1967-8 (251), reproduced in catalogue. Engraved by S. Cousins, published F. G. Moon, 1843 (example in British Museum). Oil study of Queen Victoria: Victoria and Albert Museum.

'Coronation of Queen Victoria' by J. Martin. Tate Gallery.

Painting by T. Sully (three-quarter length). Wallace Collection.
Reproduced Wallace Collection Catalogue of Pictures and Drawings (1968), p 312. Probably the portrait exhibited RA, 1840 (483). Engraved by C. E. Wagstaff, published Hodgson and Graves, 1840 (example in NPG). A full-length version of 1839 is owned by the St George's Society of Philadelphia, who were responsible for sending Sully to England to paint the Queen. A head and shoulders oil study from life of 1837 is in the Metropolitan Museum, New York.

Painting by E. H. Corbould (equestrian). Collection of R. Gordon, Peru, 1938.

'Homage of the Peers at the Coronation of Queen Victoria', miniature by Sir W. J. Newton.
Exhibited RA, 1841 (839), and VE, 1892 (423), lent by Mrs Newton. Water-colour study of Queen Victoria: British Museum.

Miniature by J. MacCarthy. Exhibited VE, 1892 (423) lent by Rev F. R. Ellis.

Water-colour by A. E. Chalon (in robes of state). Royal Collection of Belgium.
Exhibited RA, 1838 (7), and The Lions and the Unicorn, NPG, 1966. Engraved by S. Cousins, published F. G. Moon, 1838 (example in British Museum). Other versions exist, and the head was used for several early stamps, including the penny black.

Water-colour by A. E. Chalon (seated on a terrace at Windsor Castle). Scottish NPG.
Lithographed by R. J. Lane, published T. Boys, 1838 (example in MPG); lithograph reproduced Lorne, p 110.

Marble bust by H. Weekes. Collection of the Marquess of Normanby.
Reproduced Lorne, p 136.

Plaster bust by Sir J. Steell. Scottish MPG.
Presumably that exhibited RA, 1839 (1332).

c.1838
Painting by A. Aglio. House of Lords.
Engraved (with variations) by J. Scott, published T. Boys, 1838 (example in British Museum); engraving reproduced McCarthy, plate 10.

Drawing by J. D. Francis. Sold Sotheby's, 3 June 1964 (lot 59), bought Mrs Hanley.
Engraved by F. C. Lewis, published J. Dickinson, 1838 (according to McCarthy) (example in NPG); engraving reproduced McCarthy, plate 8.

1839-40
Painting by Sir F. Grant (on horseback, with Lord Melbourne and others). Royal Collection, Windsor. Listed in Grant's 'Sitters Book' (copy of original MS, NPG archives), under 1840. Reproduced Maxwell, p 18. Exhibited RA, 1840 (162), and VE, 1892 (19). Engraved by J. Thomson, published T. McLean, 1841 (example in NPG). A study is in the collection of the Earl of Strafford. A related drawing of Queen Victoria of 1842 is in the Royal Collection, Windsor, reproduced Country Life, CXI (1952), 232.

1839
'Queen Victoria and her Suite' (on horseback) by R. B. Davis. Collection of the Marquess of Anglesey.
Exhibited RA, 1841 (510). An engraving is reproduced Lorne, p 133.

Painting by Sir E. Landseer. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Exhibited Kings and Queens Exhibition, RA, 1953 (270), reproduced 'Illustrated Souvenir', p 81. Engraved by W. H. Simmons, published Graves, 1877 (example in British Museum). Lithographed by F. Hanfstaengl (example in NPG); lithograph reproduced McCarthy, plate 9.

Marble bust by Sir F. Chantrey. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Replica and preliminary drawings (NPG 1716 and 316a(125) and (126)).

Engraving by S. W. Reynolds (with King Leopold of Belgium, the Duke of Wellington, and others, on horseback), after Reynolds and F. Taylor, published T. Boys, 1839 (example in NPG). A related watercolour, erroneously attributed to G. Cattermole, was sold at Christie's, 19 February 1960 (lot 23).

c.1839
Various related equestrian paintings by Sir E. Landseer
1 'Reviewing Troops with the Duke of Wellington' (small, sketchy and unfinished). Christie's, 22 July 1966 (lot 92). Exhibited Landseer Exhibition, RA, 1874 (244), Landseer Exhibition, RA, 1961 (23), reproduced in catalogue, and Bicentenary Exhibition, I, 1968 (230).
2 With a hound (large, sketchy and unfinished). Collection of HM the Queen Mother. Reproduced Art Journal (1875), p 3. Half-length detail engraved by J. Scott, published H. Graves, 1882 (example in NPG).
3 With dogs and a cavalry escort, in front of Windsor Castle (small, sketchy and unfinished). Royal Collection. Exhibited Landseer Exhibition, RA, 1961 (24).
4 With dogs in Windsor Home Park (large, finished). Fairhaven Collection, on loan at Ashridge House. Exhibited RA, 1873 (256), where said to be 'not from life', and Landseer Exhibition, its, 1961 (82), reproduced in catalogue. Engraved by T. Landseer, published Agnew, 1877 (example in British Museum).
5 With dogs, attendants and a dead stag, in Windsor Home Park (small, finished). Wolverhampton Art Gallery. Exhibited British Empire Exhibition, Wembley, 1925 (W39), reproduced 'Illustrated Souvenir', p 7. Engraved by T. L. Atkinson, published H. Graves, 1868 (example in British Museum); engraving reproduced Lorne, p 145.
All five pictures show Queen Victoria as a young woman, but their exact relationship to one another is not clear. Nos.1-3 are apparently contemporary, nos.4-5 worked up later. The pose of the figure is similar in nos.1-4, but there are differences in details of the costume and headgear. Nos.1-4 also show the same white horse, its foreleg raised in nos.2-4, its head bent in nos.2-3. The horse in no.5 is a chestnut, but its pose is similar to nos.2-4. The same hound appears in nos. 2-4, and the same dog in nos.3-4.

1840
'Marriage of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert' by Sir G. Hayter. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace. Reproduced Gernsheim, p 67. Exhibited VE, 1892 (24). Engraved by C. E. Wagstaff, published Graves, 1844 (example in NPG). Studies for the group are in the Royal Collection, Windsor, and the British Museum.

'Marriage of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert', miniature by Sir W. J. Newton.
Exhibited RA, 1844 (771), and VE, 1892 (424), lent by Mrs Newton.

Painting by Sir D. Wilkie. Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight.
Exhibited RA, 1840 (62). Water-colour study (NPG 1297). The original portrait was offered to the NPG by the Marquess of Normanby in 1899, but declined at the instigation of the Queen. A half-length seated portrait of Victoria by Wilkie, said to date from 1839, is in the Glasgow Art Gallery, exhibited VE, 1892 (26).

Painting by J. Partridge. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Recorded in the artist's 'Sitters Book' (NPG archives), under 1840. Reproduced L. Cust, Paintings at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle (1905), I, plate I. Exhibited RA, 1841 (61). Engraved by J. H. Robinson, published F. G. Moon, 1845 (example in British Museum); engraving reproduced Lorne, p 175.

Painting by F. X. Winterhalter (half-length, in her bridal veil). Royal Collection, Windsor.

'Queen Victoria Entering Holyrood Palace' by Sir D. Wilkie. Maas Gallery, London, 1963.

Marble bust by J. Francis. Reform Club.
Exhibited RA, 1840 (1138).

c.1840
Painting by an unknown artist. Government House, Mauritius.

Painting by W. Fowler. Royal Collection.
Engraved by B. P. Gibbon, published Welch and Gwynne, 1840 (example in British Museum); engraving reproduced Lorne, p 117. Another version: collection of the Duke of Bedford. A portrait by Fowler of 1838, possibly another version, was exhibited Victorian Era Exhibition, 1897, 'Historical Section' (656), lent by General Sir Lynedoch Gardiner. Three miniatures by W. Essex, after Fowler's portraits of 1824, 1827 and c.1840 were exhibited RA, 1858 (618).

Miniature by Sir W. C. Ross (whole length, in state chair). Formerly Royal Collection, Windsor. Engraved by F. Bacon, published Colnaghi and Puckle, 1841 (example in NPG).
Identical to the painting by H. L. Smith of 1840 in Fishmongers Hall, reproduced J. W. Touse, A Short Account of Portraits etc. In the Possession of the Company (1907), facing p 13, which is presumably after the miniature.

Miniature by Sir W. C. Ross (three-quarter face). Royal Collection, Windsor.
Lithographed by R. J. Lane, published Colnaghi and Puckle, 1840 (example in NPG). Engraved by H. T. Ryall, published Colnaghi and Puckle, 1840 (example in MPG); engraving reproduced McCarthy, plate 15.

Water-colour by A. E. Penley (NPG 4108).

1841
'Christening of the Princess Royal' by C. R. Leslie. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Gernsheim, p 70. Exhibited VE, 1892 (84). Engraved by H. T. Ryall, published F. G. Moon, 1849 (example in NPG).

Painting by J. Partridge. Commissioned by the Duchess of Kent.
Listed in the artist's 'Sitters Book' (NPG archives), under 1841. Probably the half-length portrait in the Royal Collection, similar to the head in the 1840 portrait (see above).

Drawing by S. Diez. Exhibited RA, 1842 (572).
Lithographed by E. Desmaisons, published Baily, 1841 (example in NPG); lithograph reproduced Lorne, p 132.

Miniature by Sir W. C. Ross (in profile). Royal Collection, Windsor.
Reproduced Holmes, p 15. Possibly the miniature exhibited RA, 1842 (847). Engraved by H. T. Ryall, published Colnaghi and Puckle, 1842 (example in NPG).

Marble bust by Sir F. Chantrey (see NPG 1716).

c.1841
Statue by J. Bell. Exhibited RA, 1841 (1242), and possibly that in the Great Exhibition, 1851.

1842
'The Christening of the Prince of Wales' by Sir G. Hayter. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Gernsheim, p 73. Exhibited VE, 1892 (94). Engraved by W. Greatbach (no example located). Studies are in the Royal Collection, Windsor.

'The Christening of the Prince of Wales', water-colour by L. Haghe. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace. A large study is also in the Royal Collection.

'The Christening of the Prince of Wales', miniature by Sir W. J. Newton. Exhibited VE, 1892 (422), lent by Mrs Newton.

Painting by J. Partridge. Presumably Versailles (painted for Louis Philippe).
Listed in the artist's 'Account Book' (NPG archives), under 1842, together with a miniature. Exhibited RA, 1842 (63). Engraved by Tavernier, published Colnaghi, 1844 (example in British Museum).

Painting by Sir M. A. Shee. Royal Academy.
Exhibited RA, 1843 (136), and British Portraits, RA, 1956-7 (526).

Painting by F. X. Winterhalter (three-quarter length, figure in profile). Royal Collection, Windsor.
Exhibited SKM, 1868 (384). Engraved by F. Forster, published F. G. Moon, 1847 (example in British Museum). The most reproduced and popular early image of Queen Victoria. There are innumerable versions and copies; most of these appear to be based on the picture in the collection of the Earl of Hardwicke, which, unlike the Royal picture, shows Victoria wearing the Garter. The Hardwicke version was exhibited Pageant of Canada, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 1967-8 (252), reproduced in catalogue.

'Windsor Castle in Modern Times' by Sir E. Landseer (Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and the Princess Royal). Royal Collection, Windsor. Exhibited Landseer Exhibition, RA, 1874 (173), and Landseer Exhibition, RA, 1961 (95). Engraved by T. L. Atkinson, published H. Graves, 1861 (example in NPG); engraving reproduced Maxwell, p 40. Oil study of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert of 1839 in Royal Collection, Windsor, exhibited Landseer Exhibition, 1961 (61), reproduced in catalogue. Water-colour study in collection of Earl of Harewood.

Painting by Sir F. Grant (with the Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal). Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace. Listed in the artist's 'Sitters Book' (copy of original MS, NPG archives), under 1842. Given to Prince Albert by Queen Victoria, Christmas 1842.

Painting by Sir E. Landseer (with the Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal). Royal Collection.
Exhibited Royal Children, Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, 1963 (43), together with a chalk study (42), possibly that exhibited Landseer Exhibition, RA, 1874 (387). The painting was engraved by S. Cousins, published H. Graves, 1844 (example in NPG); engraving reproduced McCarthy, plate 18.

Painting by Sir E. Landseer (with Prince Albert, dressed as Queen Philippa and Edward III for a bal costumé). Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace. Exhibited Landseer Exhibition, RA, 1874 (211), and Landseer Exhibition, RA, 1961 (94). Reproduced J. Harris, G. de Bellaigue and O. Millar, Buckingham Palace (1968), p 306.

Painting by F. Newhenham. Formerly Junior United Service Club, London; presented to HMS VINCENT, 1959. Exhibited RA, 1844 (67).

c.1842
Marble bust by J. Francis. Guildhall Art Gallery, London.
Possibly the bust exhibited RA, 1842 (1267). A cabinet bust by Francis was exhibited RA, 1841 (1289).

1843
'Reception of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert by Louis Philippe' by E. Lami. Musée de Versailles.
Reduced water-colour version: Royal Collection, Windsor.

'Louis Philippe and Family and Queen Victoria and Prince Albert at the Château d'Eu' by F. X. Winterhalter. Winterhalter Loan Exhibition, Knoedler, 1936 (20), lent by Mrs Derek FitzGerald.

'Reception of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert by Louis Philippe at the Château d'Eu' by F. X. Winterhalter. Musée de Versailles. Oil study: collection of Jean Schmit, Paris, 1939.

Painting by Sir F. Grant. United Service Club, London.
Listed in the artist's 'Sitters Book' (copy of original MS, NPG archives), under 1843. Exhibited RA, 1843 (15).

Painting by F. X. Winterhalter (standing, in garter robes). Royal Collection, Windsor.
Reproduced Maxwell, p 93. Engraved by T. L. Atkinson, published F. G. Moon, 1847 (example in British Museum).

Painting by F. X. Winterhalter (half-length, with loose, flowing hair). Royal Collection, Windsor.

Lithograph by E. Dalton, after Sir W. C. Ross (seated, reading), published S. and J. Fuller, 1843 (example in NPG); reproduced Lorne, p 236.

Marble bust by J. Flatters. Victoria and Albert Museum.
Exhibited The Romantic Movement, Arts Council at the Tate Gallery, 1959 (980).

c.1843
'Queen Victoria Landing at the Chain Pier, Brighton' by R. H. Nibbs. Corporation of Brighton. Exhibited Victorian Era Exhibition, 1897, 'Historical Section' (36).

Equestrian statuette by P. J. Chardini. Exhibited RA, 1843 (1486).

1844
'Reception of Louis Philippe at Windsor' by F. X. Winterhalter. Musée de Versailles.
Smaller version: Royal Collection, Windsor, reproduced Maxwell, p 41, exhibited VE, 1892 (76). An oil study of the head of Queen Victoria, and a version of her and the children derived from the composition, are also in the Royal Collection.

Miniature by R. Thorburn. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Exhibited Portrait Miniatures, South Kensington Museum, 1865 (990), and British Portrait Miniatures, Arts Council, Edinburgh, 1965 (364). Engraved by H. Robinson, published 1847 (example in NPG), for the Art-Union. Dated 1841 by some authorities.

Statue by Sir J. Steell. Royal Institution, Edinburgh.

c.1844
Marble statue by J. Gibson. Royal Collection, Osborne House. Reproduced Country Life, CXLVI (1969), 905. Replica in marble of c.1849: Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace. One of the two versions was engraved by T. W. Hunt, published 1849 (example in NPG), for the Art Journal.

1845
Painting by F. X. Winterhalter (full-length, standing, window to left). Royal Collection, Balmoral.
Engraved by Hopwood, published Goupil (example in NPG).

Painting by Sir F. Grant (on horseback). Christ's Hospital, Horsham.
Exhibited RA, 1846 (66). Oil sketch: Royal Collection, reproduced Apollo, LXXIX (1964), 482, exhibited Animal Painting, Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, 1966-7 (36). See also Grant's equestrian portrait of 1850 (listed below).

Painting by Sir E. Landseer (dressed as Catherine the Great for a bal costume). Royal Collection.
Exhibited Landseer Exhibition, RA, 1874 (226).

'Queen Victoria opening Parliament, 1845' by A. Blaikley. House of Lords.
Exhibited RA, 1845 (1136); figure of Victoria lithographed by and published Blaikley (example in NPG), for Pictures of the People, from Prince to Peasant (1847).

Statue by J. Thomas. Lincoln's Inn Library, London.
Other statues by Thomas are at the Palace of Westminster.

Marble statue by J. G. Lough. Royal Exchange, London.
Exhibited RA, 1845 (1330). A plaster model was at Elswick Hall, Newcastle, listed in the Catalogue of Lough and Noble Models at Elswick Hall (c.1928), p 45 (155).

1846
Painting by F. X. Winterhalter (with her family). Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace. Reproduced Maxwell, p49, and J. Harris, G. deBellaigue and O. Millar, Buckingham Palace (1968), p 310.
Exhibited Kings and Queens Exhibition, RA, 1953 (271). Engraved by S. Cousins, published F. G. Moon, 1850 (example in NPG), engraving exhibited RA, 1850 (1096). Oil study: exhibited Winterhalter Loan Exhibition, Knoedler, 1936 (26), lent by Princess Helena. Pencil study or copy: Sotheby's, 4 April 1968 (lot 119). Copy by E. Belli: Royal Collection, Osborne House, exhibited VE,1892 (45).

Painting by Count A. D'Orsay. Department of the Environment (old War Office building). The type engraved by H. Lemon, published H. Bridges, Sheffield, 1849 (example in NPG); engraving reproduced Lorne, p 211. Another version is in the British Embassy in Tunis. Copies are recorded.

Painting by F. X. Winterhalter (with the Prince of Wales). Royal Collection, Kensington Palace; purchased at Christie's, 7 July 1939 (lot 102).

Engraving by J. Posselwhite, after H. E. Dawe (in the Royal Closet at St George's Chapel), published S. Rogerson, 1846 (example in NPG), for the Liverpool Mercury.

1847
'The Queen Sketching at Loch Laggan with the Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal' by Sir E. Landseer. Royal Collection. Exhibited Landseer Exhibition, RA, 1961 (13), reproduced in catalogue. Engraved by J. T. Willmore, published H. Graves, 1858 (example in NPG); engraving exhibited RA, 1859 (1209), and reproduced Lorne, p 261.

Painting by H. J. Stewart (landing at Dumbarton). Dumbarton County Council.
Exhibited Scottish Groups and Conversation Pieces, Arts Council at the Scottish NPG, 1956 (27).

Water-colour by F. X. Winterhalter (holding a fan). Formerly collection of Queen Mary. Lithographed by T. Fairland (example in NPG).

Miniature by Sir W. C. Ross. Trinity College, Cambridge.

Miniature by R. Thorburn (with Prince Alfred and Princess Helena). Formerly Royal Collection.
Exhibited RA, 1848 (835). Detail of Queen Victoria and Princess Helena engraved by F. Holl as the frontispiece to Sir T. Martin, Life of the Prince Consort, II (187). A copy is in the Royal Collection. A painting by Thorburn of Queen Victoria with the Prince of Wales is reproduced Lorne, p 202.

c.1848
Marble bust by J. Gibson. Corporation of Liverpool.
Exhibited RA, 1848 (1317), and British Portraits, RA, 1956-7 (527). A plaster cast is in the Royal Academy.

1849
Painting by S. Catterson Smith. Formerly at Mansion House, Dublin.
Sketched by G. Scharf, Sir George Scharf's Trustees' Sketch Books (NPG archives), XXXIV, 40. Exhibited Royal Hibernian Academy, 1858, and Irish Exhibition, London, 1888 (982). Engraved by G. S. Sanders, published T. Cranfield, Dublin, 1857 (example in British Museum).

Drawing by H. J. Stewart (with Prince Albert and their children). Scottish NPG.

1850-5
Marble statue by J. Gibson. Houses of Parliament.

1850
Painting by F. X. Winterhalter (with Prince Arthur). Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Exhibited Royal Children, Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, 1963 (52). Engraved by G. Zobel, published Colnaghi, 1852 (example in NPG); engraving reproduced McCarthy, plate 20.

Painting by Sir F. Grant (on horseback). Army and Navy Club.
Listed in the artist's 'Sitters Book' (copy of original MS, NPG archives), under 1850, where it is said to have been based on eight sittings given in 1845. It shows Queen Victoria in the same dress as the 1845 equestrian portrait at Christ's Hospital, Horsham (listed above), and is obviously connected with it, possibly representing a first idea. It was specially finished for the Army and Navy Club.

'Royal Sports on Hill and Loch' by Sir E. Landseer. Royal Collection.
Exhibited RA, 1854 (63). Engraved by W. H. Simmons, published H. Graves, 1874 (example in British Museum); engraving reproduced Maxwell, p 79. Oil study: Royal Collection, exhibited Landseer Exhibition, RA, 1961 (16), reproduced in catalogue.

Marble bust by J. Francis (with Prince Albert). Geological Museum.
Other versions: Mansion House, and Drapers Hall, London.

1851
'The Opening of the Crystal Palace' by H. C. Selous. Victoria and Albert Museum. Reproduced
Gernsheim, p 97.

'May the First, 1851' by F. X. Winterhalter (Queen Victoria, Prince Albert, Prince Arthur and the Duke of Wellington). Royal Collection, Windsor. Reproduced Maxwell, p 59. Exhibited King's Pictures, RA, 1946-7 (56). Engraved by S. Cousins, published Colnaghi, 1852 (example in NPG). Copy by F. R. Say: Royal Collection, exhibited VE, 1892 (75).

Water-colour by F. X. Winterhalter (Victoria and Albert dressed as Catherine of Braganza and Charles II for a bal costume). Royal Collection, Windsor.

Marble bust by R. Physick. Royal Herbert Hospital, Woolwich.

Statue by A. H. Ritchie. Holyrood Palace.

1852
Painting by F. X. Winterhalter (with the Duchess of Nemours). Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced J. Harris, G. deBellaigue and O. Millar, Buckingham Palace (1968), p 309.

1853
Water-colour by E. Lami. Victoria and Albert Museum.

Bronze statuette by T. Thornycroft. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace. Related to the 1860 statue at Liverpool, see below. The original model was commissioned by the Art Union, and exhibited RA, 1854 (1417). Another cast was sold Sotheby's, 6 March 1969 (lot 69).
Thornycroft exhibited an equestrian statue of Queen Victoria at the Great Exhibition, 1851.

1854
Statue by M. Noble. Manchester.

Bust by J. E. Jones. National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin.

'Queen Victoria Visiting the Tomb of Napoleon I' by E. M. Ward. Royal Collection.
Reproduced Maxwell, p 91. Exhibited RA, 1858 (254), and VE, 1892 (16).

1855
'Queen Victoria's First Visit to Wounded Crimean Soldiers' by J. Barrett. Private collection, Wales.
Engraved by T. O. Barlow (no example located). Reduced replica: Royal Collection.

'Queen Victoria Investing Napoleon III with the Order of the Garter at Windsor Castle' by E. M. Ward.
Royal Collection. Reproduced Maxwell, p 88. Exhibited RA, 1858 (35), and VE, 1892 (78).

'Queen Victoria Decorating Crimean War Heroes' by G. H. Thomas. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace. Exhibited VE, 1892 (150).

Water-colour by F. X. Winterhalter. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Reproduced Lorne, p 230, and Gernsheim, p 230. Lithographed by R. J. Lane, 1855 (example in NPG).

Marble bust by Baron C. Marochetti. Collection of Major David Gordon.
Exhibited RA, 1856 (1221).

Painting by E. Boutibonne and J. F. Herring (on horseback). Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Presumably the painting exhibited RA, 1857 (15).

1856
Painting by F. X. Winterhalter (half-length in red). Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.

Marble bust by J. Durham. Formerly Guildhall Art Gallery (destroyed 1940).
Exhibited RA, 1856 (1222). Engraved by R. Artlett, published 1857 (example in NPG), for the Art Journal. Another version in marble: Royal College of Music. Biscuit porcelain copy of 1855 sold Christie's, 15 June 1961 (lot 20). A plaster cast of 1855 was in the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter (presumably destroyed).

Marble bust by M. Noble. Houses of Parliament.
A colossal marble bust of 1856 is in the City Hall, Manchester. Other busts by Noble are in the India Office, London, the Institution of Civil Engineers, and Trinity House, London. A Parian-ware bust is in the Bristol Art Gallery. A plaster model, possibly for one of the 1856-7 busts, was at Elswick Hall, Newcastle, listed in Catalogue of Lough and Noble Models at Elswick Hall (c.1928), pp 49-50 (166).

1857
Marble busts by M. Noble. Royal Collection, and collection of the Earl of Ellesmere. One of the versions exhibited RA, 1857 (1207). Another version of 1859 was with Ted's Antiques, 1970.

Marble statue by M. Noble. Peel Park, Salford.

1858
'The Marriage of the Princess Royal' by J. Phillip. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Gernsheim, p 121. Exhibited RA, 1860 (58), and VE, 1892 (58). Engraved by A. Blanchard, published E. Gambart, 1865 (example in British Museum).

c.1858
'The Royal Family' by J. Archer. Sotheby's, 29 October 1941 (lot 104).

1859
Painting by F. X. Winterhalter (seated, in robes of state). Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Maxwell, frontispiece. Exhibited VE, 1892 (36), and The King's Pictures, RA, 1947 (486).
Engraved by W. H. Simmons (no example located). Another version: collection of S. H. Scher.

'Queen Victoria and Prince Albert at a Military Review in Aldershot' by G. H. Thomas. Royal Collection. Reproduced Maxwell, p 116. Exhibited RA, 1866 (212), and VE, 1892 (62). Water-colour study: Christie's, 14 November 1967 (lot 166), bought Spink.

1860
Bronze statue by T. Thornycroft (on horseback). Liverpool.

Marble bust by W. Theed. Grocers Hall, London.

Exhibited RA, 1861 (978).

1861
Bust by T. Earle. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Exhibited RA, 1864 (866).

c.1861
'The Last Moments of the Prince Consort' by an unknown artist. Wellcome Institute of the History of Medicine. Lithographed by W. L. Walton, printed by C. J. Culliford (example in Wellcome Institute); a key, done when the painting was first disposed of by raffle, is in the NPG. A variant version is reproduced R. Awde, Waiting at Table. Poems and Songs (1865), frontispiece.

1862
'The Marriage of Princess Alice to Prince Louis of Hesse' by G. H. Thomas. Royal Collection.
Reproduced Maxwell, p 122. Exhibited VE, 1892 (106).

1863
'The Marriage of the Prince of Wales' by W. P. Frith. Royal Collection, Windsor. Reproduced Lorne, p 297. Exhibited RA, 1865 (52), and VE, 1892 (114). Engraved by W. H. Simmons, published H. Graves, 1870 (example in NPG).

'The Marriage of the Prince of Wales' by G. H. Thomas. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Holmes, p 29. Water-colour study of Queen Victoria (see NPG 2954).

Drawing by Sir N. Paton. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Study for the unfinished picture of the 'Royal Family Mourning Prince Albert' at Kew Palace.

1864
'Queen Victoria Presenting a Bible to an Indian', engraving by W. H. Simmons, after T. J. Barker,
published R. Turner, 1864 (example in British Museum). A related oil sketch is in the Hermitage, Leningrad.

Bronze bust by W. Theed. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.

Painting by A. Graefie. Royal Collection, Osborne House.
Engraved by W. Holl, published J. Mitchell, 1864 (example in NPG).

1865
Painting by J. C. Horsley (with her children, and made to look as in c.1850). Royal Society of Arts, London.

Marble statue by A. Brodie. Aberdeen.

1866
'The Marriage of Princess Helena' by C. Magnussen. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Holmes, p 31. Exhibited VE, 1892 (145).

Painting by Sir E. Landseer (on horseback, with John Brown and two of her daughters). Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace. Exhibited RA, 1867 (72), and British Portraits, RA, 1956-7 (376). Engraved by J. Stephenson, published H. Graves, 1871 (example in British Museum); engraving reproduced Maxwell, p 127. Chalk study of Queen Victoria: Royal Collection, Windsor, exhibited Landseer Exhibition, RA, 1874 (48). Pastel version of whole composition: Royal Collection, Balmoral.

Statue by J. Durham. Public Record Office, London.

Marble medallion by Miss S. D. Durant. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Exhibited RA, 1866 (875). Two small ormolu medallions by Miss Durant are in the NPG (2023a).

Statue by T. Earle. Hull.

'Queen Victoria investing the Sultan of Turkey with the Order of the Garter' by G. H. Thomas.
Exhibited RA, 1868(399), and Royal Naval Exhibition, Chelsea, 1891 (1608), lent by the proprietors of the Graphic. Reproduced Holmes, p 32. Replica (unfinished) and an undated drawing by Thomas: collection of the Earl of Bradford.

1867
Marble bust by A. and W. Brodie. Royal Collection, Balmoral.
Exhibited RA, 1868 (929). Replica: Scottish NPG. Bronze version exhibited Victorian Era Exhibition, 1897, 'Historical Section' lent by T. Craig Brown.

1868
Marble statue by W. Theed (with Prince Albert, both dressed as Anglo-Saxons). Royal Collection, Windsor. Reproduced Maxwell, p 120. Exhibited RA, 1868 (926). Plaster cast: Royal Collection (on loan to the NPG).

c.1868
Marble effigy by Baron C. Marochetti. Royal Mausoleum, Frogmore. Reproduced Gernsheim, p 255.

1871
Marble statue (seated) by Sir J. E. Boehm. Royal Collection, Windsor (see NPG 858).

Engraving by S. Cousins, after L. Dickinson, published 1871 (example in NPG); engraving exhibited RA, 1871 (841).

c.1871
Marble bust by Miss M. Grant. Executed for the Raja-i-Rajgan of Kappoortala. Exhibited RA, 1871 (1263).

1872
Statue by M. Noble. Bombay.
Plaster model of head and shoulders: Foreign and Commonwealth Office. A plaster model of the whole statue was at Elswick Hall, Newcastle, listed in Catalogue of Lough and Noble Models at Elswick Hall (c.1928), p 72 (261).

Marble bust by Miss S. D. Durant. Inner Temple, London.
Exhibited RA, 1872 (1517).

c.1872
Painting by J. Sant (with three of her grandchildren). Royal Collection.
Exhibited RA, 1872 (259). Engraved by T. O. Barlow, published E. S. Palmer, 1876 (example in British Museum), engraving exhibited RA, 1876 (1129), and reproduced W. H. Wilkins, Our King and Queen (c.1901), II, 519. Another painting of Queen Victoria by Sant is at Trinity House, Hull, and a painting attributed to him is in the Royal Collection.

1874
'The Marriage of the Duke of Edinburgh' by N. Chevalier. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Holmes, p 37. Exhibited VE, 1892 (79).

Marble statue by M. Noble. St Thomas' Hospital, London.
Exhibited RA, 1874 (1495). Engraved by H. Balding, published 1878 (example in NPG), for the Art Journal. Another marble statue by Noble is in Leeds Town Hall.

c.1874
Marble bust by Sir J. E. Boehm. Exhibited RA, 1874 (1534) (see NPG 858).

1875
Painting by H. von Angeli. Royal Collection.
Water-colour copy by Lady Abercromby (see NPG 708).

Statue by H.Weekes. Calcutta.
Model exhibited RA, 1869 (1218).

Marble statue by M. Marshall Wood. Formerly Parliament House, Toronto (destroyed by fire, 1883).
Exhibited RA, 1875 (1321). A bronze statue by Wood, reproduced Art Journal (1883), p 29, was destroyed by fire at the Garden Palace, Sydney, 1882.

Marble bust by H. S. H. Count Gleichen. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
Exhibited RA, 1876 (1509), and Kings and Queens of England, Walker Art Gallery, 1953 (45).

1876
Bronze statue by C. B. Birch. Victoria Embankment, London.

Marble bust by Princess Louise. Royal Academy.
Exhibited Kings and Queens of England, RA, 1953 (275). A bust by Princess Louise was exhibited RA, 1869 (1142). A drawing of 1881 by the same artist is in the Royal Collection, Windsor, and several undated drawings are recorded.

1877
Painting by H. von Angeli. Sold from the collection of Princess Beatrice, Christie's, 5 May 1950 (lot 73).

1879
'The Marriage of the Duke of Connaught' by S. P. Hall. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Holmes, p 40. Exhibited VE, 1892 (100).

'Princess Victoria Receiving the News of her Accession' by H. T. Wells. Tate Gallery.

c.1880
Statue by Sir J. E. Boehm. Temple Bar Memorial, London.

1882
'The Marriage of the Duke of Albany' by Sir J. D. Linton. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Holmes, p 41. Exhibited VE, 1892 (126).

1883
Marble statue by T. Woolner. Council House, Birmingham.
Exhibited RA, 1883 (1541).

1885
'The Marriage of Princess Beatrice and Prince Maurice of Battenberg' by R. C. Woodville. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace. Reproduced Holmes, p 44. Exhibited VE, 1892 (107).

Painting by H. von Angeli. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Reproduced Maxwell, p 167. Exhibited VE, 1892 (133). Coloured reproduction issued by the ILN (example in NPG).

1887
'The Royal Family at the Time of the Jubilee' by L. Tuxen. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Reproduced Gernsheim, p 204. Exhibited VE, 1892 (70).

'Queen Victoria's Jubilee Garden Party' by F. Sargent. Collection of M. Bernard.

Painting by S. C. Smith junior. Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin.
Exhibited Royal Hibernian Academy, 1889.

Painting by G. Schmitt. Stuttgart.

Marble statue by F. J. Williamson. Royal Collection, Balmoral.
A bust by Williamson was exhibited RA, 1887 (1842); a photograph of this or another bust by Williamson is in the NPG reference files.

Bronze statue by Sir J. E. Boehm. In front of Windsor Castle.
Related plaster bust (see NPG 858).

Statue by Sir A. Gilbert. Winchester.
Reproduced I. McAllister, Alfred Gilbert (1929), facing p 80. Model exhibited RA, 1888 (1940).
Replica: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, reproduced Magazine of Art (1903), p 545.

c.1887
Jubilee Memorials by M. Raggi 1. Hong Kong. 2. Kimberley. 3. Toronto.

Statue by H. S. H. Count Gleichen (standing before throne). Royal Holloway College. Reproduced Art Journal (1887), p 161 (or possibly the model).

1888
'Queen Victoria's Visit to the Glasgow Exhibition of 1888' by Sir J. Lavery. Corporation of Glasgow.
Reproduced, together with a study of Queen Victoria's head, Sir J. Lavery, The Life of a Painter (1940), plate 7. An oil sketch for the composition is in the Aberdeen Art Gallery.

Painting by H. Grant. Corporation of Devizes.

c.1889
Statue by C. B. Birch. Udaipur, India.
Reproduced ILN, XCV (1889), 827.

1891
'Baptism of Prince Maurice of Battenburg' by G. O. Reid. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.
Exhibited Royal Scottish Academy, 1893 (230), with the title, 'First Baptism for 300 Years of a Royal Prince in Scotland'. Studies of Queen Victoria: 1. Royal Scottish Academy. 2. Scottish NPG.

1893
'Marriage of George V and Queen Mary' by L. Tuxen. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.

Painting by H. von Angeli. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace. Apparently the portrait reproduced Maxwell, p 177. Another similar portrait is at Osborne House.

Marble statue by Princess Louise (in coronation robes, and made to look as in c.1838). Kensington Gardens. Reproduced Lorne, p 364.

1894
Painting by L. Tuxen. Kunsthistorisk Pladearkiv, Copenhagen.
Reproduced V. Poulsen, Dänische Maler (Die Blauen Bücher series, Germany, 1961), p 65.

1896
'Marriage of Princess Maud and Prince Charles of Denmark' by L. Tuxen. Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace.

Statue by F. J. Williamson. Collection of R. G. Cooke, Athelhampton, Dorchester. Other versions: 1. Rangoon, reproduced Magazine of Art (1896), p 79. 2. Londonderry, reproduced Magazine of Art (1901), p 254. 3. King Williamstown, South Africa. 4. Auckland, New Zealand. A marble statuette by Williamson was exhibited RA, 1892 (1904).

Statue by Sir W. H. Thornycroft. Royal Exchange, London.
Reproduced Magazine of Art (1896), p 421. Marble version of 1899 in Durban, reproduced Magazine of Art (1899), p 239.

c.1896
Miniature by Mrs Corbould-Ellis. Corporation of London.

1897
'The Four Generations' by Sir W. Q. Orchardson (see NPG 4536).

Marble bust by E. O. Ford (connected with the memorial of 1901, see below). Royal Collection,
Windsor. Reproduced Cassell's Royal Academy Pictures (1899), p 193. Exhibited RA, 1899 (2053). Another related marble bust was sold at Christie's, 15 June 1961 (lot 22).

Marble bust by W. B. Rhind. Scottish Conservative Club, Edinburgh.
Reproduced Magazine of Art (1898), p 576.

c.1897
Painting by J. H. Bentley. Guildhall, Lincoln.

Marble statue by Sir T. Brock. In front of new extension to NPG, Carlton House Terrace. Originally commissioned by members of the Constitutional Club to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee.

1899
Painting by H. von Angeli. Royal Collection.
Copy by B. Muller (see NPG 1252).

Painting by B. Constant. Royal Collection, Windsor.
Reproduced C. H. Collins-Baker, Catalogue of the Principal Pictures in the Royal Collection at Windsor Castle (1934), plate 3. Exhibited RA, 1901 (149).

Marble bust by E. O. Ford. Corporation of London, Mansion House.
Exhibited British Portraits, RA, 1956-7 (532). Related to the bust of 1897 and the statue of 1901 by Ford.

c.1899
Woodcut by Sir W. Nicholson (example in NPG).

1900
Statue by E. R. Mullins. Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

c.1900
Statue by J. W. Rollins. Victoria Hospital, Belfast.

1901
Painting by S. J. Solomon (unfinished). Reproduced Supplement to the Sphere, 26 January 1901.

Water-colour by Sir H. Herkomer (on her death-bed). Royal Collection, Osborne.

Bronze statue (on marble memorial) by E. O. Ford. Manchester.
Exhibited RA, 1901 (1711). Reproduced Art Journal (1901), p 176. For related busts, see under 1897 and 1899 above.

Bronze statue by G. Frampton. Victoria Memorial Hall, Calcutta (together with the model). Other
statues by Frampton are at Leeds, Newcastle and Winnipeg.

Memorial by Princess Louise. Manchester Cathedral.
Reproduced Magazine of Art (1902), p 335.

Statue by Sir T. Brock. Hove.
Reproduced Magazine of Art (1902), p 384. Another statue by Brock is in the Victoria Memorial Hall, Calcutta, reproduced Marquis Curzon, British Government in India (1925), I, facing 192.

Marble bust by Sir T. Brock, Christ Church, Oxford.
Exhibited RA, 1901 (1820). Reproduced Cassell's Royal Academy Pictures (1901), p 135.

Statue by an unknown artist. Weymouth.

c.1902
Memorial by F. L. Jenkins. Liverpool.
Designs reproduced Magazine of Art (1902), pp 298-9.

Statue by A. Toft. Leamington.
Reproduced Magazine of Art (1902), p 240. Other statues by Toft are at Nottingham and South Shields.

1903
Statue by A. Drury. Guildhall Square, Portsmouth.
Another statue by Drury is on the facade of the Victoria and Albert Museum.

1904
Bust by H. L. Florence. Victoria Monument, Kensington High Street, London.

c.1907
Bronze statue by H. Hampton. Lancaster.

c.1911
'The Victoria Memorial' by Sir T. Brock and Sir A. Webb. The Mall, London. Sketch model reproduced Magazine of Art (1902), p 140.

Undated
Painting by F. X. Winterhalter (with a wreath of corn in her hair). Royal Collection, Sandringham.

Painting attributed to F. X. Winterhalter. Collection of Earl Beauchamp.
Possibly the painting reproduced Lorne, p312.

Painting by W. and H. Barraud (riding, with the Duchess of Kent). Exhibited Lansdowne House Exhibition, 1929 (367), lent by Mrs F. Menzies.

Painting by L. Casabianca. Corporation of London.

Painting by G. P. Green. Guildhall, Hull.

Painting by H. Weigall. Burghley House, Northamptonshire.

Painting by Sir J. J. Shannon. Scottish NPG.

Painting by A. Melville. Sotheby's, 13 July 1966 (lot 262), bought Caldwell.

Pastel by F. Rochard. Collection of Earl Beauchamp.

Drawing by A. de Bathe (see NPG 4042).

Miniature by Miss M. H. Carlisle (see NPG 2088).

Marble statue by C. Nicoli. Brighton.
A marble bust by the same artist is in the Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol.

Terra-cotta bust by J. Broad. Doulton Museum. Reproduced Country Life, CXXVI (1959), 905.

Marble bust by J. Adams-Acton. City Art Gallery, Bradford.

Marble bust by Sir A. Gilbert. Royal Courts of Justice, on loan from the Army and Navy Club.

Statue by Sir T. Farrell. Guildhall, Londonderry.

Statue by G. Simonds. Town Hall, Reading.

Two statues by J. Adams-Acton. Kingston and the Bahamas.
Listed in the Dictionary of National Biography; a gilt plaster model for a colossal statue was offered to the NPG by Miss D. Adams-Acton, 1913.

Statue by Baron C. Marochetti. Glasgow.

Statues or memorials recorded by A. Kuhn, 'Dictionary of English Sculptors: 19th-20th century' (typescript, 1967, Victoria and Albert Museum; the locations of several dated items already listed were provided by Kuhn): by J. Hughes (Dublin); by J. Hutchinson; by J. Tweed (Aden); by A. Turner (Sheffield, Delhi, North Shields); by G. Wade (Ceylon); by Sir B. Mackennal (Lahore, Blackburn).



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