Later Victorian Portraits Catalogue
Henry Moore (1831-1895), Marine painter and watercolour painter
Undated self-portraitback to top
Oil on canvas; see NPG 2429.
By other artistsback to top
Oil by William Egley; untraced. Exh. RA 1849 (737).
Pen and ink sketch, 127 x 89mm by Albert Moore, head-and-shoulders, looking to right, full beard; untraced; Christie’s, 22 Mar. 1966 (75, ill.).
Drypoint, oval 167 x 117mm, by Georges Labadie Pilotell, signed and stamped ‘Delâtre London’, head-and-shoulders, looking to right; BM, London, 1877,0609.19. Ref. O'Donoghue 1908–22, vol.3, p.266, no.1.
Drawing by Thomas Walter Wilson for In Full Swing, signed bottom right hand corner, whole-length, standing profile to left with canvas under arm, wearing broad-brimmed hat with hand over mouth, on RA hanging day; untraced. Engr. by Robert Taylor, repr. MA, 1887, p.196.
See also: Leighton, Millais.
Drawing by Leonard Raven-Hill, whole-length, standing with brush and palette before two canvases; untraced. Repr. AJ, 1891, p.196.
Chalk and grey wash drawing, 508 x 356mm, by (William) Walker Hodgson, signed and dated 10 May 1892, three-quarter-length; York AG, YORAG R2586. Exh. A Fraternity of Artists, Christopher Wood G., London, 1984 (34); ref. Christie’s, 6 Dec. 1957 (part of lot 7). See NPG collection 4041(1–5).
Design by Edward Tennyson Reed, for 'Prehistoric Peeps: Opening of the Primeval Royal Academy', signed, quarter-length profile to right with three fishes hanging over shoulder in prehistoric dress, in gathering of 'cavemen' Royal Academicians amongst wall painting exhibits; untraced. Repr. as an engr. Punch, 12 May 1894, p.226
See also Alma-Tadema, Calderon, Ford, Frampton, Gilbert, Gregory, Herkomer, Horsley, Leighton, Lucas, Marks, Millais, Orchardson, Poynter, Stone, Thornycroft.
Photographsback to top
Photograph by Frederick Hollyer, head-and-shoulders, full-face with vast beard; engr. repr. ILN, 4 July 1885, p.5.
Photograph by unidentified photographer, head-and-shoulders, profile to right, with full beard, no hat; repr. The Year’s Art 1889, facing p.70; ‘The Pictures of 1892’, Pall Mall Gazette ‘Extra’, no.62, 2 May 1892, p.16 (‘Pictures at the Royal Academy’, as thumbnail sketch); and AJ, 1893, p.192.
Platinum print, 196 x 153mm, by Ralph Winwood Robinson, half-length, profile to right, wearing skullcap and holding palette before painting The First Boats Away: Morning after a Gale (RA 1887); NPG x7380. Repr. Robinson ; as head-and-shoulders vignette Graphic, 29 June 1895, p.778; MA, 1893, p.322; ILN, 3 July 1895; Review of Reviews 1895, p.15 (as full-frame, engr. by A&S Ltd); MA, 1895, p.378; Maas 1984, no.68, p.45; and Maclean 1905/2009, front cover.
Dr Jan Marsh