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The Audience of the Grand Signor (A Sultan of Turkey receiving a British Ambassador), by Unknown artist, associated with  Francis Smith, and  Robert Pranker - NPG 3797

The Audience of the Grand Signor (A Sultan of Turkey receiving a British Ambassador)

by Unknown artist, associated with Francis Smith, and Robert Pranker
watercolour and bodycolour, circa 1755-1765
NPG 3797

Abdul Aziz, by James Jacques Tissot - NPG 4707(1)

Abdul Aziz

by James Jacques Tissot
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 30 October 1869
NPG 4707(1)

William Gifford Palgrave, by Abdullah Frères - NPG x8358

William Gifford Palgrave

by Abdullah Frères
albumen carte-de-visite, mid 1860s-mid 1870s
NPG x8358

Benjamin Britten; Peter Pears, by Unknown photographer - NPG x15233

Benjamin Britten; Peter Pears

by Unknown photographer
postcard print, December 1955
NPG x15233

Embroidered garment front panel belonging to Thomas Hope, by Unknown artist - NPG D31702

Embroidered garment front panel belonging to Thomas Hope

by Unknown artist
red velvet with metal braid and metal thread embroidery, gold sequins, coloured silk thread embroidery and metal braid covered buttons, circa 1787-1795
NPG D31702

Embroidered waistcoat belonging to Thomas Hope, by Unknown artist - NPG D31703

Embroidered waistcoat belonging to Thomas Hope

by Unknown artist
green velvet with metal braid and metal thread embroidery, gold sequins, coloured silk thread embroidery and metal braid covered buttons, circa 1787-1795
NPG D31703

Florence Nightingale at Scutari. A Mission of Mercy, by Samuel Bellin, published by  Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd, after  Jerry Barrett - NPG D43044

Florence Nightingale at Scutari. A Mission of Mercy

by Samuel Bellin, published by Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd, after Jerry Barrett
mixed-method engraving, 1858 (1857)
NPG D43044