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18th Century Material Culture

Portrait Artists in England


Tilly Kettle
Self Portrait
by Tilly Kettle 1762
(Private Collection)
Unknown British Officer Listed, But Unconfirmed, as “General Allanby”
Attributed to Tilly Kettle
(Mitchells Auctioneers)
Mary Aubrey of Rathcoffey, Co. Kildare
by Tilly Kettle 1762
(Christie’s)
“Miss Baldwin”
by Benjamin Green ('Pott'), After Tilly Kettle
(National Portrait Gallery)
William Beckford
by Tilly Kettle 1765
(Parliamentary Art Collection)
Robert Becher, Lieutenant of East India Company
by Tilly Kettle 1782
(Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers)
Sir William Blackstone
by Tilly Kettle
(Bodeian Libraries, University of Oxford)
Captain Bryce
by Tilly Kettle
(Philip Mould)
Daniel de Castro
by Tilly Kettle c. 1770 - 1771
(Jewish Museum, London)
Sarah Judith de Castro
by Tilly Kettle c. 1770 - 1771
(Jewish Museum, London)
Miss Mary Church
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Admiral Samuel Pitchford Cornish (1739 - 1816)
by Tilly Kettle
(Christie’s)
Edward Jeremiah Curteis
by Tilly Kettle
(Blouin Art Sales)
Alexander Davidson, Governor of Madras
by Tilly Kettle 1770
(Christ Church, University of Oxford)
Eliza and Mary Davidson
by Tilly Kettle 1784
(Dulwich Picture Gallery)
Major William Davy of the Bengal Army, Persian Secretary to the Governor-General, in Persian Dress
by Tilly Kettle
(National Army Museum)
William Eden, First Lord Auckland
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Ann Elliot as Juno
by James Watson, printed by Robert Sayer, after Tilly Kettle
(National Portrait Gallery)
Colonel John Fortnom with His Wife, Jane, and Children
by Tilley Kettle
(Bonham Auction House / Museum of Fine Arts, Houston)
"Portrait of George, 3rd Earl of Dartmouth , as a Boy"
by Tilley Kettle
(Private Collection)
Mary Gibbons, nee Mosley
by Tilley Kettle
(Private Collection)
John Graham While in India
by the Circle of Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Francis Graham
by Tilly Kettle 1774
(Brighton and Hove Museums and Art Galleries)
Master George Edward Graham, Later George Edward Graham - Foster - Pigott
by Tilly Kettle 1774
(National Trust, Wimpole Hall)
Eleanor Francis Grant, of Arndilly
by Tilly Kettle c, 1764 - 1769
(National Trust, Wimpole Hall)
Lady Frances Greville (1744–1825), Lady Harpur, and Her Son Henry Harpur
by Tilly Kettle c, 1766
(Calke Abbey - National Trust)
Portrait of a Gentleman, Possibly Reverend Griffith
by Tilly Kettle
(Christie’s)
Polly Harrison ('Miss Polly with her Dove’)
after Tilly Kettle
(National Portrait Gallery)
Polly Harrison
by Valentine Green, Sold by Ryland and Bryer, afterTilly Kettle
(National Portrait Gallery)
Warren Hastings
by Tilly Kettle c. 1772
(National Portrait Gallery, London)
Lady Harpur (Frances Greville), and Her Son, Henry Harpur, Later Sir Henry Harpur Crewe, 7th Bt
by Tilly Kettle 1766
(National Trust, Calke Abbey)
Mrs. Stanhope Harvey of Womersley
by Tilly Kettle
(Tennants Auctioneers)
Miss Hippisley
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Thomas Hyde of Severn
by Tilly Kettle
(Christie’s)
Rear - Admiral Richard Kempenfelt
by Tilly Kettle 1782
(National Maritime Museum)
Robert Lovelace of Quiddenham Hall, Norfolk
by Tilly Kettle
(The National Trust for Scotland, Fyvie Castle)
Dr. Daniel Lysons, D.C.L, M.D.
by Tilly Kettle 1759
(The Courtauld Gallery)
Captain Peter Marriette, Ship's Captain
by Tilly Kettle 1769
(The British Library)
George Mason
by Tilly Kettle 1780
(Bodeian Libraries, University of Oxford)
Lady Molineux
by James Watson, Printed for Robert Sayer, after Tilly Kettle
(National Portrait Gallery)
Peter Moore of Hadley Hall, Essex (1753 - 1828)
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Mrs. Drewry Ottley
by Tilly Kettle 1762
(The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archeology)
John Owen Penrhos
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
James Poole
by Tilly Kettle
(All Souls College, Oxford)
Thomas Rogers
by Tilly Kettle
(All Souls College, Oxford)
Anna Seward
by Tilly Kettle 1762
(National Portrait Gallery, London)
Charles and Captain John Sealy
by Tilly Kettle 1773
(The Courtauld Gallery - London)
Robert Sewell
by Tilly Kettle c. 1767
(York Museums Trust)
Lord Charles Spencer-Churchill
by Tilly Kettle
(Sotheby’s)
Henry Vansittart, Governor of Bengal
by Tilly Kettle c.1760
(National Trust, Lyme Park)
Captain Robert Stewart of St. Fort Fife
by Tilly Kettle
(Bonhams Auction House)
Dr. William Vyse
by Tilly Kettle c. 1762
(Yale Center for British Art)
Anne Howard-Vyse
by Tilly Kettle c. 1780
(Aukland Art Gallery)
William Wynch
by Tilly Kettle c. 1774 - 1775
(National Trust, Clevedon Court)
Mrs. Mary Anne Yates as Mandane in “The Orphan of China”
by Tilly Kettle c. 1759, First Exhibited 1765
(Tate, London)
Portrait of a Lady with Her Dog
by Tilly Kettle
(Government Art Collection)
Portrait of a Lady
by Tilly Kettle c. 1760
(Trustees of Dulwich Picture Gallery)
Portrait of a Lady
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Portrait of a Lady
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Portrait of a Lady
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Portrait of a Lady
by Tilly Kettle
(Christie’s)
Portrait of a Lady
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Portrait of a Lady
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Portrait of a Lady in India
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Two Children in Asian Dress
by Tilly Kettle
(Sotheby’s)
A Boy in Blue in Blue Dress
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
A Boy in Blue in a Green Suit
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
A Small Girl
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle c. 1764 - 1769
(Yale Center for British Art)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle c. 1758 - 1762
(Museum of Fine Arts - Houston)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle
(Artware Fine Art)
Portrait of a Gentleman in an Indian Landscape
by Tilly Kettle
(The Huntington Library)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle c. 1772 - 1773
(Tate)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle
(Sotheby’s)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle
(Falmouth Art Gallery)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle
(Sotheby’s)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle
(Christie’s)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle
(Christie’s)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Portrait of an Officer
by Tilly Kettle or the School of Tilly Kettle c. 1760
(National Trust, Bodysgallen Hall)
Portrait of an Officer
by Tilly Kettle or the School of Tilly Kettle 1773
(Walters Art Museum - Baltimore)
Portrait of an Officer of the East India Company
by Tilly Kettle or the School of Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
Portrait of an Officer
by Tilly Kettle or the School of Tilly Kettle 1773
(Private Collection)
An Officer of the 15th (King’s) Regiment of Light Dragoons
by Tilly Kettle c. 1760
(National Army Museum)
An Officer of a Royal Regiment of Foot
by Tilly Kettle c. 1760
(National Army Museum)
A Staff Officer of the East India Company
by Tilly Kettle c. 1768 - 1777
(Christie’s)
An Unknown Officer of the East India Company
by Tilly Kettle c. 1770
(Philip Mould Ltd.)
Portrait of a Merchant Ship Captain
by Tilly Kettle
(Craven Museum & Gallery, Roebuck Collection)
Portrait of a Naval Officer (Previously Said to be Adam Duncan, 1st Viscount Duncan of Camperdown, 1731–1804)
by Tilly Kettle
(National Galleries of Scotland)
Muhammad Ali Khan (1717/1718 – 1795), Nawab of Arcot
by Tilly Kettle c. 1772 - 1776
(Victoria & Albert Museum)
Muhammad Ali Khan, the Nawab of Arcot
by Tilly Kettle c. 1772 - 1776
(Norfolk Museums - Norwich)
Shuja-ud-daula, Nabab d'Oudh (1731 - 1775) and his Son Ainé Mîrzâ Mânî
by Tilly Kettle c. 1772
(Château de Versaille)
Shuja-ud-Daula, Nawab of Oudh
by Tilly Kettle c. 1772
(Yale Center for British Art)
A Son Of Shuja-Ud-Daula, Nawab Vizier of Oudh
by Tilly Kettle c. 1772
(Public Domain)
An Indian Dancing Girl with a Hookah
by Tilly Kettle c. 1772
(Yale Center for British Art)
Suja-ud-daulah, Nawab of Awadh, with Four Sons, General Barker and Military Officers
by Tilly Kettle c. 1772
(Victoria & Albert Museum)
The Teshu Lama (d 1780) Giving Audience
by Tilly Kettle c. 1780
(The Royal Collection)
“Dancers”
by Tilly Kettle c. 1780
(National Gallery of Modern Art)
Circle of
Tilly Kettle
Francis Garden (1721–1793), Lord Gardenstone
by the Circle of Tilly Kettle
(National Trust for Scotland, Drum Castle, Garden & Estate)
Francis Garden (1721–1793), Lord Gardenstone, 5th of Troup, in His Kilt and Plaid
by the Circle of Tilly Kettle
(National Trust for Scotland, Drum Castle, Garden & Estate)
Sir Levett Hanson, Kt (1754 – 1814), Traveller
by the Circle of Tilly Kettle
(St Edmundsbury Museums)
Commodore John Watson
by the Circle of Tilly Kettle
(National Trust, Springhill)
Sir Levett Hanson of Normanton, Yorks
by the Circle of Tilly Kettle
(St. Edmundsbury Museums)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by the Circle of Tilly Kettle
(Christie’s)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by the Circle of Tilly Kettle
(Christie’s)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by the Circle of Tilly Kettle
(Christie’s)
Portrait of a Gentleman
by the Circle of Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
John Graham While in India
by the Circle of Tilly Kettle
(Christie’s)
Portrait of a Gentleman, Possibly an Actor
by the Circle of Tilly Kettle
(Private Collection)
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