The Gallery holds the most extensive collection of portraits in the world. Search over 215,000 works, 150,000 of which are illustrated from the 16th Century to the present day.

Advanced Collection search

Top 50 watercolours and drawings as Portrait Prints

Prints from the National Portrait Gallery collection are available to buy from as little as £6.00. To order, select your image and then on the next page click on the 'Buy a print of this image' link beneath it. You can choose unframed prints, starting from £6, and framed prints, starting from £25. Sizes available: 15 x 10 cm on satin paper, A4, A3 and A2 prints on art etch and satin paper and A3 images on A2 canvas. International shipping available.

Previous 1 OF 9 Next

John Keble
by George Richmond
NPG 1043

John Keats
by Charles Armitage Brown
NPG 1963

Rudyard Kipling
by Harry Furniss
NPG 3478

Rudyard Kipling
by Harry Furniss
NPG 3588

William Morris
by Charles Fairfax Murray
circa 1870
NPG 3652

Count Leo Tolstoy
by 'Snapp'
published in Vanity Fair 24 October 1901
NPG 4707(30)

Charles Darwin
by Harry Furniss
NPG 6251(16)

Called Clement Higham (Sir Clement Heigham)
attributed to Thomas Athow, after Unknown artist
early 19th century
NPG D23252

Oscar Wilde
by Carlo Pellegrini
published in Vanity Fair 24 May 1884
NPG 3653

King Henry VIII; King Henry VII
by Hans Holbein the Younger
circa 1536-1537
NPG 4027

Kuo Sung-tao
by Sir Leslie Ward
published in Vanity Fair 16 June 1877
NPG 4707(14)

Sir Walter Parratt
by Miss E.M. Ellison
circa 1890
NPG 4944

Samuel Beckett
by Avigdor Arikha
NPG 5100

Queen Victoria
by Lady Julia Abercromby, after Heinrich von Angeli
1883, based on a work of 1875
NPG 708

Previous 1 OF 9 Next


Our channel

View a wide collection of video content on our YouTube channel from past projects to our latest films.

Sit back and watch

Artist and sitter interviews

Get insights into creating portraiture from BP Portrait Award 2020 artists and their sitters.

Explore behind the scenes

Sleeping Awake

Watch our film created to say ‘goodbye’ to the Gallery before we closed for our major transformation project.

Hear our story