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Later Victorian Portraits Catalogue

Joseph Frank Payne (1840-1910), Physician and medical historian

Paintings, drawings, sculptures and prints

Paintings, drawings, sculptures and printsback to top

Oil on canvas by Sir Charles Holroyd, signed ‘Charles Holroyd.’ at lower right, head-and-shoulders three-quarters to left, thick moustache and beard, against stormy sky; untraced.
Photographed unframed by Sir Emery Walker at unknown date; NPG Emery Walker neg. box no. 1016/3; print, NPG SB (Payne).

Black chalk drawing on millboard by John Singer Sargent, bust to left, head turned to viewer, moustache and beard, in oval mount; RCP, X308. [1] Repr. Wolstenholme & Piper 1964, p.288; and Aldrich 1995, p.288.

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Albumen print by unidentified photographer; see NPG P416.

early to mid-1870s
Carbon cabinet card, 108 x 156mm, ‘Leaders in Medicine & Surgery’, by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company, three-quarter-length to front, standing third from left on left-hand balcony, in composite group with 182 other men, no.3 in key; NPG x197426. Repr. as photogravure, 505 x 722mm; Wellcome L. no. 45929i.
See also Burdon-Sanderson, Gull, Paget, Rolleston, Sharpey, Southey.

publ. 1910
Photograph by unidentified photographer, half-length in oval, full face, right hand visible; repr. BMJ, 26 Nov. 1910, p.1749 (obits.).
This photograph may belong to the 1880s–90s.

Undated photographs
Portrait photographs; Cambridge UL, Dept. of Manuscripts and U. Archives, Joseph Frank Payne and Family Papers, MS Add.8989.

1) This undated drawing was allegedly made ‘shortly before [Payne’s] death’; see Moore 1912.

Carol Blackett-Ord