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Print - Queen Victoria's Coachman
  • Queen Victoria's Coachman
    Nicholson, William Newzam Prior
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Queen Victoria's Coachman

  • Object:


  • Place of origin:

    Great Britain (made)

  • Date:

    ca.1900 (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Nicholson, William Newzam Prior (Sir), born 1872 - died 1949 (artist)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Hand-coloured woodcut

  • Credit Line:

    Given by Lady Stern. © Desmond Banks

  • Museum number:


  • Gallery location:

    Prints & Drawings Study Room, level C, case EW, shelf 4, box B

Physical description

Hand-coloured woodcut depicting Queen Victoria's coachman, depicted in profile, seated, holding the reins of the carriage, wearing an ornate red jacket with brocaded shoulders and a horse-riding hat. Signed on the mount by the artist.

Place of Origin

Great Britain (made)


ca.1900 (made)


Nicholson, William Newzam Prior (Sir), born 1872 - died 1949 (artist)

Materials and Techniques

Hand-coloured woodcut

Marks and inscriptions

William Nicholson
Signed on the mount


Height: 25.7 cm, Width: 23.1 cm

Descriptive line

Hand-coloured woodcut depicting Queen Victoria's coachman by William Nicholson. Great Britain, ca.1900.

Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract, NAL no)

Miller, Elizabeth. Hand Coloured British Prints. London: Published by Trustees of the Victoria and Albert Museum, 1987.
Victoria and Albert Museum, Department of Engraving, Illustration and Design, Accessions 1913, London: Printed for His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1914


Paper; Printing inks


Hand-colouring; Woodcut

Subjects depicted

Driver; Coach; Hard hat; Subject; Brocade; Uniform


Prints; Portraits


Prints, Drawings & Paintings Collection

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