Portrait of George Stevenson: expressive and realistic.

Henry William Pickersgill


Portrait of George Stevenson: expressive and realistic.

(1782 London - 1875 ibid) attributed; Portrait of an older gentleman representative, finely painted, expressive, characterizing, realistic portrait of a gentleman sitting in an armchair. The depiction is likely that of the famous English engineer and main founder of the railway system, George Stephenson (1781-1848), whom Pickersgill also portrayed around 1845. Pickersgill is one of the most significant portrait painters of his time, and the most remarkable personalities sat as models for him. The National Portrait Gallery in London possesses 16 original paintings by the artist in their collection. Oil on canvas; 104.5 cm x 87 cm. Framed. Attributed to Henrich William Pickersgill (1782-1875). Oil on canvas.

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05 Jun 2024

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Author Henry William Pickersgill

Style Portrait

Lot location Moscow ( 77 )

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