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Drawings of prominent people by William Brockedon, 1823-49


102 Portraits in set

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William Allen, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(68)

William Allen

by William Brockedon
black and red chalk, 1834
NPG 2515(68)

Franz Andreas Bauer, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(63)

Franz Andreas Bauer

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1834
NPG 2515(63)

Sir Marc Isambard Brunel, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(28)

Sir Marc Isambard Brunel

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, circa 1834
NPG 2515(28)

Probably Félix Sébastien Feuillet de Conches, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(65)

Probably Félix Sébastien Feuillet de Conches

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1834
NPG 2515(65)

John Lander, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(64)

John Lander

by William Brockedon
black and red chalk, 1834
NPG 2515(64)

Thomas Phillips, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(70)

Thomas Phillips

by William Brockedon
chalk and pencil, 1834
NPG 2515(70)

Thomas Telford, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(67)

Thomas Telford

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1834
NPG 2515(67)

John Dalton, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(66)

John Dalton

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1834
NPG 2515(66)

Barras, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(77)

Barras

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1835
NPG 2515(77)

Camillo Paolo Filippo Giulio Benso, Count of Cavour, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(75)

Camillo Paolo Filippo Giulio Benso, Count of Cavour

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1835
NPG 2515(75)

de Luc (probably Jean-André de Luc (Deluc)), by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(78)

de Luc (probably Jean-André de Luc (Deluc))

by William Brockedon
pencil and chalk, 1835
NPG 2515(78)

Charles Joseph Latrobe, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(45)

Charles Joseph Latrobe

by William Brockedon
black, red and brown chalk, 1835
NPG 2515(45)

Sir John Soane, by William Brockedon - NPG 2515(76)

Sir John Soane

by William Brockedon
chalk and pencil, 1835
NPG 2515(76)