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1543 portraits matching these criteria:

- subject matching 'Buildings and architecture'

A selection of portraits that depict buildings and architecture. See also: 'Doorways and archways', 'Stairways and walkways', 'Bridges' (Accessory), 'London' and 'Urban scenes' (Theme).

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Classical ruins at Selinonte, attributed to John Partridge - NPG 3944(21)

Classical ruins at Selinonte

attributed to John Partridge
pencil, 1825
NPG 3944(21)

David Roberts, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(90)

David Roberts

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1843-1848
NPG P6(90)

Royal Institution, Edinburgh, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(235)

Royal Institution, Edinburgh

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1843-1848
NPG P6(235)

Colinton Manse, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(236)

Colinton Manse

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1843-1848
NPG P6(236)

The Cathedral and Tower of St Regulus, St Andrews, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(243)

The Cathedral and Tower of St Regulus, St Andrews

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1843-1848
NPG P6(243)

Cardinal Beaton Castle, St Andrews, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(247)

Cardinal Beaton Castle, St Andrews

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1843-1848
NPG P6(247)

Fishmarket, St Andrews, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(248)

Fishmarket, St Andrews

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1843-1848
NPG P6(248)

College Church, St Andrews, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(249)

College Church, St Andrews

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1843-1848
NPG P6(249)

St Andrews Harbour, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(250)

St Andrews Harbour

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1843-1848
NPG P6(250)

St Mary's Chapel, St Andrews, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(252)

St Mary's Chapel, St Andrews

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1843-1848
NPG P6(252)

St Mary's Chapel, St Andrews, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(253)

St Mary's Chapel, St Andrews

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1843-1848
NPG P6(253)

Durham Cathedral, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(257)

Durham Cathedral

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1843-1848
NPG P6(257)

Edinburgh Castle: group probably including George Meikle Kemp, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(234)

Edinburgh Castle: group probably including George Meikle Kemp

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, circa 1844
NPG P6(234)

John Knox's House, Edinburgh, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(231)

John Knox's House, Edinburgh

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, circa 1844
NPG P6(231)

Durham Cathedral, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(254)

Durham Cathedral

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1844
NPG P6(254)

Linlithgow Town Hall, by David Octavius Hill, and  Robert Adamson - NPG P6(256)

Linlithgow Town Hall

by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson
calotype, 1845
NPG P6(256)

Sir Charles Barry, by John Prescott Knight - NPG 1272

Sir Charles Barry

by John Prescott Knight
oil on canvas, circa 1851
On display in Room 22 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1272

Lewis Carroll and his family at Croft Rectory, probably by Robert Wilfred Skeffington Lutwidge - NPG P32

Lewis Carroll and his family at Croft Rectory

probably by Robert Wilfred Skeffington Lutwidge
albumen print, circa 1858-1862
NPG P32

Visitors to Broadlands, 1859, possibly by Graham Vivian - NPG P153

Visitors to Broadlands, 1859

possibly by Graham Vivian
salt print, 1859
NPG P153