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Regency Portraits Catalogue

John Fane, 10th Earl of Westmorland (1759-1841), Politician; Lord Privy Seal

Oil by Romney in Lord Burton's Property Trust collection, whole-length in a pink suit as a boy with a black and tan terrier (Country Life, 15 June 1972, p 1535).

Oil by Romney formerly at Osterley Park, three-quarter-length in uniform (destroyed).

Oil by Romney at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, three-quarter-length in peer's robes, mezzotint by J. Jones 1792 (John Chaloner Smith, British Mezzotint Portraits, 82).

Stipple and line slightly satirical engraving, artist unknown, whole-length standing in court dress as 'Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland'.

Line engraving by C. Warren, oval head and shoulders to right published by C. Cooke in The Senator, 1792.

Oil by Romney sent to Ireland in 1795, whole-length possibly cut down to the head and shoulders wearing collar and badge of St Patrick (as Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland he was Grand Master 1789-95) and sold Christie's 14 January 1972 (48).

Oil by Lawrence in a private collection, mezzotint by S. W. Reynolds and S. Cousins 1825; enamel copy by H. P. Bone exhibited RA 1843 (1095), now in University Museum, Oxford.

Oil by Lawrence in the Prado, Madrid, whole-length standing in peer's robes; copy by Weigall in a private collection.

Caricature etching by Richard Dighton, 'A View of WESTMORELAND, or an Impression of the PRIVY SEAL' July 1821, whole-length in a blue coat holding a green umbrella (coloured example in NPG).

Lithograph published 11 June 1838 by Thomas McLean as 'Equestrian Sketches plate 5'.

Miniatures by Cosway, Engleheart and Plimer.

This extended catalogue entry is from the out-of-print National Portrait Gallery collection catalogue: Richard Walker, Regency Portraits, National Portrait Gallery, 1985, 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.