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Drawings of prominent people by William Brockedon, 1823-49


102 Portraits in set

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William Kitchiner, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(14)

William Kitchiner

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, circa 1826
NPG 2515(14)

John Martin, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(13)

John Martin

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1826
NPG 2515(13)

William Shield, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(11)

William Shield

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1826
NPG 2515(11)

Richard Pering, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(17)

Richard Pering

by William Brockedon
chalk and pencil, 1829
NPG 2515(17)

Giovanni Aldini, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(19)

Giovanni Aldini

by William Brockedon
chalk and pencil, 1830
NPG 2515(19)

John Flaxman, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(32)

John Flaxman

by William Brockedon
pencil and white chalk, early 1830s
NPG 2515(32)

Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(62)

Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick

by William Brockedon
black and red chalk, circa 1830
NPG 2515(62)

John Poole, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(25)

John Poole

by William Brockedon
black and red chalk, 1830
NPG 2515(25)

Sir Walter Scott, 1st Bt, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(30)

Sir Walter Scott, 1st Bt

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, circa 1830
NPG 2515(30)

Charles Hamilton Smith, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(22)

Charles Hamilton Smith

by William Brockedon
pencil and black and red chalk, 1830
NPG 2515(22)

William Hyde Wollaston, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(10)

William Hyde Wollaston

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, circa 1830
NPG 2515(10)

John Fuller, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(54)

John Fuller

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1830
NPG 2515(54)

John Britton, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(44)

John Britton

by William Brockedon
black and red chalk, 1831
NPG 2515(44)