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Thomas Campbell

Thomas Campbell, by John Henning, 1813 -NPG 1429 - © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Regency Portraits Catalogue

Thomas Campbell

by John Henning
6 in. x 5 in. (152 mm x 127 mm)
NPG 1429

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Signed and dated upper right: HENNING F. 1813.

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Most of Henning's drawings ended as profile medallions, in some cases published by Wedgwood. Unfortunately that of Campbell was not among these.

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Francis Horner MP; his nieces Miss Joanna Horner and Mrs Katharine M. Lyell (née Horner) and given by them in March 1906, together with Henning's drawing of Dugald Stewart (NPG 1428).

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Deposited on long loan at the Scottish NPG in 1906. 'Portrait Drawings by Scottish Artists 1750-1850', Scottish NPG, 1955 (113b), returned to NPG in 1960.

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John Marsden, Henning, 1977.

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.

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