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James Thomas Brudenell, 7th Earl of Cardigan

01/05/1856 (published)
Place of origin

Half-length portrait in an oval, to left and looking to front. The sitter is wearing military uniform.

Object details

Object type
TitleJames Thomas Brudenell, 7th Earl of Cardigan (generic title)
Materials and techniques
Mezzotint on paper
Brief description
Portrait of the Seventh Earl of Cardigan in military uniform. Mezzotint by George Zobel after H. W Phillips, 1856.
Physical description
Half-length portrait in an oval, to left and looking to front. The sitter is wearing military uniform.
  • Height: 40.6cm
  • Width: 33cm
Dimensions taken from Marshall, Julian. A Catalogue of Engraved National Portraits in the National Art Library. London: HMSO, 1895.
Marks and inscriptions
  • 'Painted by H.W. Phillips. Engraved by G. Zobel. London, Published May 1st 1856 by J. Mitchell, Bookseller and Publisher to the Queen, and by Special appointment to the Emperor Napoleon III. Royal Library, 33, Old Bond St.' (Lettered)
  • (Facsimile signature)
Attribution note: India proof
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Record createdJune 30, 2009
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