Early Victorian Portraits Catalogue
Sir George Hayter (1792-1871), Portrait and history painter; son of Charles Hayter
Water-colour by himself (executed in Rome). British Museum.
See Catalogue of Drawings by British Artists, II (1900), 283 (6).
Painting by himself (NPG 3104).
'The House of Lords, 1820' by himself (NPG 999).
Drawing by himself. Christie's, 3 June 1969 (lot 62), bought Agnew.
Series of seven drawings by himself (NPG 3082(1)-3082(7)).
Painting by himself (executed at Woburn Abbey). Ex-collection of the Duke of Bedford, Christie's, 19 January 1951 (lot 104). Etched by the artist (in reverse) (example in NPG).
Painting by J. Hayter (with Sir E. Landseer, C. Hayter, and another unidentified artist). Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead. Christie's, 9 December 1871 (lot 13).
Sketch in G. Scharf's sale catalogue (NPG archives). Exhibited RA, 1823 (23).
Lithograph by R. J. Lane (example in NPG).
Painting by himself. Uffizi Gallery, Florence.
Drawing by himself (teaching his children to swim). Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
Exhibited English Drawings and Water-colours, Colnaghi, 1966 (67).
'The House of Commons, 1833' by himself (NPG 54).
'The Marriage of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert' by himself. Royal Collection.
Reproduced Sir H. Maxwell, Sixty Years a Queen (1897), p 28.
Sheet of studies by himself (NPG 1103).
Drawing by himself. Küpferstichkabinett, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden.
Drawing by C. W. Cope (NPG 3182(6)).
Painting by himself. Sotheby's (Belgravia), 22 February 1972 (lot 16).
Painting called Hayter by himself. Formerly collection of Colonel M. H. Grant.
Caricature by J. Doyle (with Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and Melbourne). British Museum.
See Catalogue of Drawings by British Artists, II (1900), 66 (141).
Two drawings by J. Hayter. Sotheby's, 24 July 1969 (lot 66), bought Miss Gray.
Drawings by Sir E. Landseer (working on 'The House of Commons, 1833', etc). Christie's, 20 April 1871 (lots 374 and 376).
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.