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National portrait gallery, London

Founded in 1856, the aim of the National Portrait Gallery, London is ‘to promote through the medium of portraits the appreciation and understanding of the men and women who have made and are making British history and culture, and ... to promote the appreciation and understanding of portraiture in all media’.

Source: npg.org.uk

Saint Martin Place
Exhibitions
Museum's collection
Philip Burne-Jones. Rudyard Kipling
2
Philip Burne-Jones
1899, 749×622 cm
Frederick William Burton. Portrait of Mary Ann Cross
2
Frederick William Burton
1860-th , 54.3×45.1 cm
Anthony van Dyck. Portrait of a lady Digby Venice, symbolizing Prudence
1
Anthony van Dyck
1634, 101.1×80.2 cm
David Hockney. Self-portrait with Charlie
8
David Hockney
2005, 182×91 cm
Giovanni Boldini. Portrait of Lady Colin Campbell, nee Gertrude Elizabeth Blat
6
Giovanni Boldini
1897, 184.3×120.2 cm
William Hogarth. Self-portrait in front of easel working on a painting of the Muse of Comedy Waist
3
William Hogarth
1757, 42×45 cm
John Everett Millais. John Newman
1
John Everett Millais
1881, 121.3×95.3 cm
Thomas Gainsborough. Self-portrait
1
Thomas Gainsborough
1759, 76.2×63.5 cm
John Collier. Charles Darwin
0
John Collier
1883
John Everett Millais. Frederic George Stephens
1
John Everett Millais
1853, 21.6×15.2 cm
Frederick William Burton. Mary Ann Cross, nee Evans
1
Frederick William Burton
1865, 51.4×38.1 cm
Peter Paul Rubens. Portrait Of Suzanne Forman
5
Peter Paul Rubens
1625, 79×54.6 cm
Hans Holbein The Younger. Portrait of Sir William Butts
2
Hans Holbein The Younger
1540-th , 47×37.5 cm
Thomas Gainsborough. Yagan, Christian Bach, son Joahann Sebastian Bach
2
Thomas Gainsborough
1776, 75.5×62 cm
Pablo Picasso. Child with a dove
2
Pablo Picasso
1901, 73×54 cm
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres. Madame Matise
1
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
1856, 120×92.1 cm
Hans Holbein The Younger. Portrait of Thomas More
2
Hans Holbein The Younger
1527, 74.9×58.4 cm
Joshua Reynolds. Self-portrait
1
Joshua Reynolds
1748, 64.5×74.3 cm
Unknown artist. John Boucher, 2nd Baron Berners. 1520-1530
1
Unknown artist
49.5×39.4 cm
John Everett Millais. William Gladstone Ewart
1
John Everett Millais
1879, 125.7×91.4 cm
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