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Napoleonic War Art: Paintings, Graphic Art and Sculptures depicting Individuals or Scenes associated with the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars

British Other Portraits

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Addington

Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth

(1757-1844)

Prime Minister. 54 portraits.

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Arbuthnot

Harriett (Née Fane)

(1793-1834)

Diarist And Friend of  Wellington. 1 Portrait.

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Augustus Frederick

Duke of  Sussex

(1773-1843)

Son of  George III. 10 portraits.

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Canning

George

(1770-1827)

Lawrence, Sir Thomas (circle of )

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Canning

George

(1770-1827)

(engraving) (b/w photo)

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Canning

Rt. Hon. George, MP

(1770-1827)

Lawrence, Sir Thomas (oil on canvas) 1827

B

Caroline Amelia Elizabeth

Of  Brunswick

(1768-1821)

Queen of  George IV. 78 Portraits.

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Castlereagh

Robert Stewart, 2nd Marquess of  Londonderry

(1769-1822)

Statesman. 29 portraits.

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Castlereagh

Robert Stewart, Viscount

(1769-1822)

Hamilton, Hugh Douglas

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Charlotte Augusta

Princess of  Wales

(1796-1817)

Daughter of  George IV. 18 Portraits.

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Charlotte Augusta Matilda

Princess Royal

(1766-1828)

Eldest daughter of  George III; Queen of  Würrtemberg. 12 Portraits

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Charlotte Sophia

Of  Mecklenburg-Strelitz

(1744-1818)

Queen of  George III. 55 Portraits.

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Charlotte Sophia

Princess, wife of  King George III

1775

(Oil on canvas) Dance Holland, Nathaniel

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Clarke

Mary Anne (Née Thompson)

(1776-1852)

Mistress of  the Duke of  York. 6 Portraits.

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Clinton

Henry, 4th Duke of  Newcastle

(1785-1851)

Politician. 1 portrait.

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Congreve

Sir William, 2nd Bt

(1772-1828)

Military Inventor. 4 Portraits.

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Conyngham

Elizabeth, Marchioness of  Conyngham

(1768 Or 1769-1861)

Mistress of  George IV; Wife of  Henry, 1st Marquess of  Conyngham. 1 Portrait.

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Dundas

Henry, 1st Viscount Melville

(1742-1811)

Statesman. 64 portraits.

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Edward

Duke of  Kent and Strathearn

(1767-1820)

Son of  George III. 7 portraits.

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Elizabeth

Princess, Landgravine of  Hesse-Homburg

(1770-1840)

3rd daughter of  George III. 6 portraits.

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England

Richard

1808

‘A general view of  Old England' Robert Dighton, hand-coloured etching

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Fane

Priscilla Anne (Wellesley-Pole), Countess of  Westmorland

(1793-1879)

Wife of  John Fane, 11th Earl of  Westmorland. 1 portrait.

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Fox

Charles James

(1749-1806)

Whig statesman. 266 portraits.

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Fox

Henry Richard Vassall, 3rd Baron Holland

(1773-1840)

Whig statesman and patron of  art and letters. 22 portraits.

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George III

King

(1738-1820)

Reigned 1760-1820. 119 portraits.

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George IV

King

(1762-1830)

Regent 1811-20; reigned 1820-30. 112 portraits

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George IV

Prince of  Wales

(1762–1830)

Sir William Beechey

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Gordon

George, 5th Duke of  Gordon

(1770-1836)

Raised the Gordon Highlanders. 1 portrait.

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Graham

Sir James Robert George, Bt

(1792-1861)

Statesman; First Lord of  the Admiralty. 7 portraits.

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Grenville

George Nugent Temple, 1st Marquess of  Buckingham

(1753-1813)

Statesman. 33 portraits.

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Grenville

William Wyndham, 1st Baron Grenville

(1759-1834)

Prime Minister. 58 portraits.

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Grey

Charles, 2nd Earl Grey

(1764-1845)

Prime Minister. 63 portraits.

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Gronow

Rees Howell

(1794-1865)

MP for Stafford. 1 portrait

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Hamilton

Emma, Lady

(1765-1815)

Mistress of  Lord Nelson. 14 portraits.

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Hamilton

Emma, Lady

(1765–1815)

Portrait of  a Woman, said to be Lady Hamilton, Adam Buck, 1804

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Hamilton

Lady

circa 1782-4

(? as a Figure in `Fortune Telling') George Romney

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Hamilton

Lady

circa 1782

as Circe, George Romney           

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Hamilton          

Lady

circa 1785-6

as Cassandra, George Romney

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Hardinge

Henry, 1st Viscount Hardinge of  Lahore

(1785-1856)

Governor-General of  India. 6 portraits.

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Johnstone

Edward

 

Illegitimate son of  Marquess Wellesley. 2 portraits.

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Lauderdale

James Maitland, 8th Earl of 

(1759-1839)

Statesman; author of  'Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of  Public Wealth'. 34 portraits.

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Liverpool

 Lord

1827

Lawrence, Sir Thomas

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Liverpool

Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of 

(1770-1828)

Prime Minister. 36 portraits.

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Melbourne

William Lamb, 2nd Viscount

(1779-1848)

Prime Minister. 15 portraits.

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Mulgrave

Henry Phipps, 1st Earl of 

(1755-1831)

Soldier and statesman. 7 portraits.

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Nelson

William, 1st Earl Nelson

(1757-1835)

Brother of  Lord Nelson. 2 portraits.

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Octavius

Prince

(1779-1783)

Son of  George III. 2 portraits.

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Paget

Sir Arthur

(1771-1840)

Diplomat. 1 portrait.

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Palmerston

Henry Temple, 3rd Viscount

(1784-1865)

Prime Minister. 26 portraits.

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Peel

Sir Robert, 1st Bt

(1750-1830)

Politician and father of  the Prime Minister. 4 portraits

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Peel

Sir Robert, 2nd Bt

(1788-1850)

Prime Minister. 25 portraits.

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Perceval

Spencer

(1762-1812)

Prime Minister. 13 portraits.

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Pitt

William

(1759-1806)

Prime Minister. 134 portraits.

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 Pitt

William, the Younger

circa 1783

George Romney

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Robinson

Mary 'Perdita'

(1758-1800)

Writer, actress and mistress of  the future George IV. 7 portraits.

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Sharp

William

(1729-1810)

Surgeon to George III. 5 portraits.

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Sophie Charlotte

             

(1744-1818)

Dance Holland, Nathaniel

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Spencer

George, 5th Duke of  Marlborough

(1766-1840)

Politician. 2 portraits.

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Wellesley

Richard Colley, Marquess Wellesley

(1760-1842)

Politician and Governor-General of  India; brother of  Wellington. 10 portraits.

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Wellesley-Pole

William, 3rd Earl of  Mornington

(1763-1845)

Politician. 4 portraits.

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York and Albany

Frederick, Duke of 

(1763-1827)

Son of  George III; Commander-in-Chief of  the Army. 49 portraits.

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