Regency Portraits Catalogue
Charles Gordon-Lennox, 5th Duke of Richmond and Lennox (1791-1860), Soldier and Conservative politician; MP for Chichester
Miniature by Comerford at Goodwood (John Comerford's list of portraits, 11 November 1811 and copy February 1812), engraved by A. Cardon, head and shoulders in uniform as Lieutenant of 13th Light Dragoons; reproduced in Williamson, History of Portrait Miniatures, 1904, I, plate LXV as by Grimaldi.
Watercolour drawing by Heaphy (NPG 1914(12)).
Oil by F. Wilkin at Goodwood (289), head and shoulders in peer's robes possibly on his succession as 5th Duke 1819; mezzotint by C. Turner 1824 (Alfred Whitman, Charles Turner, 1907, 496).
'Trial of Queen Caroline 1820' by Hayter (NPG 999 and 2662(24)).
Pencil drawing by A. Wivell in Earl of Crawford and Balcarres collection, possibly one of a series at the 'trial' of Queen Caroline.
Stipple engraving by Scriven after a portrait by C. E. Ambrose, published 1825.
Various pencil drawings by Doyle in British Museum, mainly for political satires (Laurence Binyon, Catalogue of Drawings by British Artists … in the British Museum, II, pp 55 ff).
'House of Commons 1833' by Hayter (NPG 54 in Richard Ormond, National Portrait Gallery: Early Victorian Portraits, 1973, pp 526-36).
'Waterloo Banquet 1836' by Salter and oil sketch NPG 3746.
Miniature by Sir W. J. Newton, 'Homage of the Peers at the Coronation of Queen Victoria', exhibited RA 1841 (839) and Victorian Exhibition 1892 (434) lent by Mrs Newton.
Portrait by John Andrews exhibited RA 1841 (7) known from a mezzotint by James Andrews.
Oil by Salter, whole-length standing in tail-coat and Ribbon and Star of KG, known from a steel engraving c.1860 'from an original portrait painted 1842 by W. Salter, Member of the Academy of Florence and corresponding member of the Council of Parma'.
Oil by S. Lane at Goodwood (135), whole-length in Garter Robes exhibited RA 1842 (178), mezzotint by Bellin 1844 (example in British Museum). A free copy by Baccani, signed and dated 1866, is in Crown Estate Commissioners' collection, Pall Mall (formerly United Service Club).
'Heroes of Waterloo' by J. P Knight at Wynyard Park, exhibited RA 1842 (556).
Oil by Richard Ansdell known from a mixed mezzotint by S. W. Reynolds junior, whole-length in tall hat in a landscape, published 1844 (Alfred Whitman, S. W. Reynolds, 1903, 519).
Photograph by Beard engraved by Henry Wallis published Rogerson 1844.
Marble bust by Weekes exhibited RA 1845 (1460).
Oil by an unknown artist at Goodwood (24), group out stalking with his four sons, keepers, gillies and dead stag.
Daguerreotype by Claudet known from steel engraving by Hinchcliff, half-length seated in check waistcoat.
Photograph by Maull & Polyblank overpainted in oil at Goodwood, three-quarter-length in uniform as Colonel Commandant of Royal Sussex Militia 1858; also engraved and published by Richard Bentley 1866.
Marble busts by Foley in Council Chamber Chichester, and by MacDowell in Lewes Town Hall.
Statue by Brodie at Huntly, Aberdeen.
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.