12 of 25 portraits of (Lloyd) Logan Pearsall Smith
by Unknown photographer
albumen print on card, Summer 1886
3 3/4 in. x 5 5/8 in. (94 mm x 144 mm) overall
Given by Barbara Strachey (Hultin, later Halpern), 1999
Sittersback to top
- Walter James. Sitter in 1 portrait. Identify
- Alys Whitall Russell (née Pearsall Smith) (1867-1951), First wife of Bertrand Russell; daughter of Robert Pearsall Smith. Sitter in 56 portraits. Identify
- Hannah Tatum Smith (née Whitall) (1832-1911), Evangelist and religious writer. Sitter in 47 portraits. Identify
- (Lloyd) Logan Pearsall Smith (1865-1946), Writer. Sitter in 25 portraits. Identify
- Robert Pearsall Smith (1827-1899), Lay leader in the Holiness movement and the Higher Life movement. Sitter in 13 portraits. Identify
- Harry Thomas. Sitter in 1 portrait. Identify
Subjects & Themesback to top
Events of 1886back to top
Current affairsThe Liberals win the election after the Irish Nationalists, including John Dillon, side with them over Home Rule, and Gladstone resumes the seat of Prime Minister. The failure of the first Home Rule Bill divides the Liberal party; those opposed to Home Rule break away to form the Liberal Unionist Party, supporting the Conservatives. This results in a Liberal loss at an emergency election called, and the Marquess of Salisbury becomes Prime Minister for the second time.
Art and scienceThe Severn Tunnel is opened, freeing up the route between London and South Wales.
Pears' soap company buy the copyright to John Millais's painting Bubbles, using it in an iconic and enduringly recognisable advertisement. Millais, however, attracted strong criticism from the art community, who protested against the debasement and commercialisation of art.
InternationalThe American poet Emily Dickinson dies, aged 54. Dickinson wrote over 1,700 poems, which first came to light in 1890, and is recognised as one of America's most important writers.
The Statue of Liberty, designed by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, is erected on Bedloe's island. The huge copper statue, a gift from the French to the United States to commemorate the centennial of American independence, is an iconic figure of liberty, and America itself.
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