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- subject matching 'Abolition trail'

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Portraits included in the 2007 Portraits, People & Abolition trail, which commemorated the 200th anniversary of the passing of the Act of Parliament that legally ended British involvement in the transatlantic trade in African people to serve as slave labour in the Americas, the West Indies and Europe.

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King Henry VIII; King Henry VII, by Hans Holbein the Younger - NPG 4027

King Henry VIII; King Henry VII

by Hans Holbein the Younger
ink and watercolour, circa 1536-1537
NPG 4027

King Charles I, by Daniel Mytens - NPG 1246

King Charles I

by Daniel Mytens
oil on canvas, 1631
NPG 1246

King Charles II, attributed to Thomas Hawker - NPG 4691

King Charles II

attributed to Thomas Hawker
oil on canvas, circa 1680
NPG 4691

John Locke, by Sylvester Brounower - NPG 4061

John Locke

by Sylvester Brounower
plumbago and watercolour, circa 1693
NPG 4061

The Death of the Earl of Chatham, by John Singleton Copley - NPG L146

The Death of the Earl of Chatham

by John Singleton Copley
oil on canvas, 1779-1781
NPG L146

Josiah Wedgwood, after William Hackwood - NPG 1948

Josiah Wedgwood

after William Hackwood
cast from original Wedgwood mould, white jasper on black dip, medallion, 1922, based on a work of 1782
NPG 1948